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  1. What? My apologies if I'm on the "negative" side, however for this particular exam, I highly doubt we're get notification sometime next year. Although the Human Resources office is now slightly past the halfway point for Exam 7612, they still have to go through Exam 9604 before this list gets published. If you read what I posted back in September 15th at approximately 3 PM, which is above this quote, it should be self-explanatory.
  2. If you look at the thread from the prior list, B/O 7612 Hiring Process, out of the 2,847 candidates that are on that list, which was established back on October 17th, 2018, according to this post someone in the 1500's recently received a notice in the mail inviting him/her down for the pre-employment process and approximately three weeks ago, according to this post, someone in the 1700's also received a notice in the mail as well. Therefore, if you do the mathematical computations, the agency is slightly past the half-way mark for the prior list. With the fact that they have approximately 1,100 to 1,300 people to go through, including those who decide to restore their name to the list, I would say this list will be out sometime in the second-half of 2020. I originally said in this post that this list might be out in September or October of next year, however, with the rate that they are mailing these letters out for the first time, I would not be surprised if this list is out in July or August of next year.
  3. Correct. You need to have at max four [4] points. As a reminder, those "Defensive Driving Classes" do not count. Thanks for sharing!!
  4. Bi Weekly. If you happen to fail on Day 10, they will mail you both paychecks. And don't forget about that W2 tax form as well!!
  5. As a general rule of thumb (unless they changed things around), if you get a note from a physician regarding a certain medical condition, the note is good for three months. So if you got a letter that was dated August 6th, 2019, today is the last day that MAC (Medical Assessment Center) would accept it. Now if you got a letter dated August 11th, 2019, then this Friday, November 8th would be the last day that they would accept it, since Monday is a holiday (Veterans Day). As far as cristcdl.com is concerned, I agree 100%!! Although they still have new features, which I still have to tried out, I successfully used this site to get all of the endorsements, except for Metal Coil and Tow Truck.
  6. As far as your first question, both have to match 100%. If not, you will get grilled during final processing. As far as your second question, if you click here, the DMV states that you can renew your permit once for 180 days. However, if you need to renew it a second time, then you will need to take the necessary multiple-choice exams all over again.
  7. As a suggestion, you can try to call Ms. Rivera, the Manager of Employment Operations. Her information can be found here. Good luck!!
  8. First of all it's not too long. Offhand, have you considered running off your own abstract? If not, click here for the details. When you report to 180 Livingston Street, this is one of the things they are going to do. Although the format will be a little different, the information will exactly be the same. Therefore, I haven't had any points or tickets or anything to that nature on my abstract, however I have heard from other members that as soon as you pay the ticket, or, in your case, accept the plea deal, it will show up on your abstract. Therefore, as long as it shows on your abstract that you paid the ticket, you'll be fine. Like I said earlier, they only look at your abstract for the past three years. Therefore, it all depends on exactly when your 5 point ticket is over three years old and when you report to Livingston Street. Worse comes to worse, they'll give you a paper and tell you to come back either in a few days or next week without having to restore your name to the list. Even if your 5 point ticket is 3 years and a day or two old, from their perspective, that's acceptable compared to your 5 point ticket just being shy of three years old.
  9. You're welcome. As far as renewing your CDL is concerned...(self-explanatory)
  10. From Transit's perspective, they go back 3 years from the date of violation. Read this post for more information, which I posted in the 9604 thread back on May 5th.
  11. First of all, welcome to the Forums!! Second, when "Employment Operations" looks at your abstract, they will look at it for the past three years. Therefore, if you have 8 points on your license, you simply have to wait until the points expire. In addition, in order to proceed you need to have at maximum four [4] points on your license. Therefore, if you have a total of eight [8] points with multiple incidents, such as tickets, once that number gets to or below four [4], you're good to go. However, if you got all eight [8] points in a single incident, then you would have to wait three [3] years until that single incident, respectively. Third, as far as moving out of state, mind I ask what state you have your license in? The reason why I am asking is because NYC Transit will only accept a regular driver's license and your CLP (Commercial Learner's Permit) from New York only. They will also accept a valid Class B CDL with a Passenger Endorsement, along with an abstract less than 30 days old from either New Jersey, Connecticut or Pennsylvania. Therefore, although you will need to tell NYC Transit that you did move to South Carolina, since they ask for your residence for the past ten years, as long as you meet the license requirements that I just described, you're good. As far as sending the e-mail, in the long run, it doesn't matter since they "don't work too hard." Just make sure to keep your license clean and remember to send them another email once you're ready to proceed.
  12. I'm not understanding what you're saying...they do a background check, however it is not as extensive as the NYPD. As far as employment verification, you need to know everything from the time you graduated high school.
  13. First of all, if people get placed on medical hold, no one knows for sure how long that's going to take to get them off of that particular hold. It could be resolved with a simple note from your Primary Care Physician, or more than likely, the candidate has to go to some type of specialist. Second, if you watch this video, at approximately 1 minute and 23 seconds, the video states that "Typically, 23% of those hired will fail out of the initial training." Therefore, with the fact that not everyone is going to pass training does not help the situation. Third, you have to keep in mind that this is a civil service position. As a result, the folks who missed their initial appointment, for whatever reason, have the ability to restore their name to the list. When this happens, their list number stays the same. As a result, they get first priority compared to someone who's going down to Livingston Street for the first time without initially declining the opportunity. Fourth, for this position, the drug tests are valid for 30 calendar days. Therefore, before you go to medical, they need to have a negative drug test on file. And, if other people are there who have a lower list number than yours, such as someone who restored their name to the list, they will get first priority. Fifth, someone from "Employment Operations" personally told me that they don't work too hard. Therefore, ... (I'll let you come to your own conclusion, especially if you've already been down there and experienced it yourself, respectively).

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