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    B/O 4600 Hiring Process

    If you're having trouble, I would encourage you to contact Ms. Emma Marie Rivera, the Executive Vice President of Human Resources. Her information can be found here. Good luck...
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    MaBSTOA #4105 Hiring Process

    In addition, for the pre-trip, if you have a CLP (Commercial Learner's Permit), they will give you a handout for the engine compartment, since that is now part of the pre-trip with the DMV examiner the day you take your road test. However, if you already have your CDL (Commercial Driver's License), I am assuming that the Superintendent/Instructor will bypass this on Days 4 & 7. For those who recently went through the training, is this correct?
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    B/O 4600 Hiring Process

    In an effort to hide your identity, since anyone can view this website, please do not disclose the last digit or two of your list number. In addition, when you're asked what your list number is, you can say something as "My list number is in the 6500's" or "My list number is in between 6500 and 6600" or something to that nature. Thank you.
  4. Good information @msmcmillan!! According to this website, 1,075 people took Exam 2324, which is set to expire next December, a.k.a., December of 2019. In addition, according to the same website, for Exam 3306, 1,291 people are on the list. Exam 3306 was established on August 1st 2018 and is set to expire August 1st, 2022. Finally, for Exam 3307, approximately 900 people are on that list with no established date. Therefore, to make a long story short: For the Motor Vehicle Exams that we recently took, it's going to be a long while before they call us.
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    MaBSTOA #4105 Hiring Process

    Good for you!! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Good luck!!
  6. +Young+

    MaBSTOA #4105 Hiring Process

    My sincere condolences. I feel your pain especially after I received the same letter for Track Worker as a result of failing the 10-day Bus Operator training session back in 2014. Again, my sincere condolences. I truly feel your pain. When I filled out the paperwork for Track Worker, I admitted that I also got fired several times, and I don't think that was the contributing factor. You're welcome @MarkGuy. I also just sent you a Private Message (PM) as well...
  7. Of course you can @msmcmillan!! That's why we're all here, to help each other out get hired!!
  8. +Young+

    MaBSTOA #4105 Hiring Process

    Interesting...if you need another contact person, click here. Otherwise, only time will tell my friend...
  9. +Young+

    Transit Analyst preparation

    Depending on where you live, I would check out your local library, speak to the reference librarian and take it from there.
  10. +Young+

    MaBSTOA #4105 Hiring Process

    When you initially go in for your pre-employment drug test, the majority of the time the HR Office has no clue as far as who they're interacting with. However, from what Ms. Chestnut said, it sounds like you would be getting a 1-in-3 letter in the mail, which would basically disqualify you from this position. Offhand, have you ever worked for the MTA in the past, in which you didn't make it past training and/or your probationary year?
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    Transit Analyst preparation

    My sincere apologies, however even for the Transit Management Analyst Trainee thread, it is almost a year since anyone has posted any relevant information. From taking several civil service exams in the past, not only for NYC Transit, but for DCAS as well, my advice would be to focus on the Notice of Examination and work off of that. Example: If you look at this Notice of Examination, on page four, it has a total of nine items that could be on the exam. For the first item, written comprehension, I practiced with this book out of my library, which can also be found online here. Keep in mind that, if I recall correctly, the exam will be multiple-choice, so it's not like you're solving any "open-ended" questions respectfully. Again, my sincere apologies.
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    Transit Transit newsmagazine/In transit NY1

    I'm interested in the Transit Transit News Magazine tapes...send me a Private Message (PM) for more information...
  13. +Young+

    MTA Bus F/T B/O Exam # 7300

    For these exams, I honestly do not know since they are not civil service. Sorry...
  14. +Young+

    MaBSTOA B/O Exam #9100

    As it states on the bottom of this page, for one of the Bus Operator Exams: "Please note that candidates that have already successfully completed the BOSS for another exam number (e.g., 7105, 7300) within the last year were not invited because they do not need to complete BOSS again for Exam No. 7612." This makes sense since the last time I recall taking the BOSS was approximately last December. Therefore, as far as retaking the BOSS exam, it all depends on when you took the last BOSS examination.


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