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About NYCTSignals

  1. well i took the test in May and was called in July but i think at the time they were on a hiring binge
  2. yuppp and it seems NYCT is taking their sweet ass time................ Most important thing to know is FLAGGING............thtas about 85% of the job....... Job is most assciated with RELAYS in series and parrell so you better be good with that...........the rest your going to have to learn in school
  3. i think its a good idea but i think it might turn out to be a cluster fcuk.......i work on the broadway line and i do not want to be sent over to do maintaince on an IRT line or in BKLYN somewhere ! thanks to the Inspector General there are certain guidlines on how many signals or switches we can do an hr or a night......they should also tweek the flagging this way you dont need 10 guys flagging on 2 tracks with 1-2 guys are doin the work.
  4. ITS BOTH WRITTEN AND PRACTICAL..... you have to pass the written to take the practical. the written is basic electrical/electronic knowledge and using the proper tools for the job. the practical is you are given a specific circuit to put together then given a meter and have to take readings
  5. amen..........and pple dont wanna pay higher fares so your not gonna have the man power to clean them anyhow
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  7. i was dead on about gettin an Iphone till i heard about the reception problem...then at the same time the DROID X came out and a friend of mine who owns a verizon store when to some type of workshop on the X before it came out and strongly recommended it..... i've had a million and 1 cell phones over the yrs and this is def. the best 1 !!!!:tup:

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