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  1. Interesting. There are some people on here with 4 wrong who didn't get called and myself who got 5 wrong with no letter. Wondering what the cutoff was.
  2. Got 5 wrong on the exam, no OPA letter yet. Hopefully I'm in the next batch and hopefully that batch is soon. Either way, it's nice to see that some progress is being made.
  3. I'm excited for this. I still don't love the open gangway cars, but I guess I'll have to wait and see.
  4. The answers themselves don't get changed, because that's not fair. That would leave a group of people who thought they had the right answer actually turn out to be wrong because a few people protested the answer. When you protest and if the MTA agrees, they throw out the question. They pretend it was never given, so everyone benefits. That's why everyone's score changes. The test would go from a 80 question test down to a 79 question test. I don't know. I didn't attend the protest session. I would have, but I had other responsibilities to attend to. Though if anyone else went, I'd love to hear a report.
  5. That's not true. If a question gets thrown out, it changes everyones scores. If the MTA throws out 5 questions because people protested them, then the entire 6601 exam changes from a 80 question test to a 75 question test, changing the scores for everyone who completed the test.
  6. Hope some of you plan to attend the protest session today for the 4/10 pm test. If you do, let us know how it goes!
  7. I got 5 wrong. Not feeling so great.
  8. I feel like terminals should have the train announcements: "The next ____ bound train will depart in approximately ___ minutes"
  9. posted a video about the Canarsie tunnel. Very simple and highly informative video, hopefully this allows customers to understand the situation more clearly.
  10. This is getting depressing. I gotta stop reading these posts
  11. On that 2 correct answers question, thank goodness someone else asked about that. Those were one of the first questions for me and I sat there for the longest trying to figure it out, more time spent on that than any other question because I was trying to figure out which correct answer to pick. If more than one answer was correct, that's a huge relief.
  12. You get 3 hours to take the test and once you're finished you can leave.
  13. Best: Smith/9th West 8th , always a relaxing station for me. It's nice to look over the ocean and Luna Park while waiting for the train, especially on the Manhattan bound side. 8th Ave , I just love the art. Worst: Chambers , although I kinda like it since it reminds me of a forgotten cave or something
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