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MotormanMike

Conductor exam filing open #8094

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http://www.mta.info/nyct/hr/index.html

 

check under open competitive exams open for filing

 

This is the link to check what's open in the way of jobs with the MTA. I wish all of you guys and girls that want to come down here and work the best of luck. If I can answer any questions for any of you , ask away.

 

I just checked , filing for Conductor , exam 8094 is open until September 23rd , so HURRY if you are interested ... $17.50/hr to start , city residency NOT required ... $25.00/hr after 3 years (not bad!) ... Promotional opportunities are to Train Operator or ATD (assistant dispatcher) ...

 

You take a written exam and a medical. No college required. I think the conductor school car is around 2 months or so , not 100% sure on that ... check out the link and good luck

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How's the Overtime for Conductor?? also i know the test is in Dec,do you know about how long it will take get the position? Cause i heard there's a freeze on hiring right now. Thanks

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i applied for this job, on friday and boy am i excited for Dec 6th for the exam... im searchin for the Passbook series but cant find it, can any1 help me out... i know its a basic exam and i kno i am capable of passin since im good with electrical/mechanical buttons ect.

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I filed for the test the other day. Let's hope I make it... if I'm lucky maybe I'll be your CR one day, MotormanMike.

 

man but u need to be 18 when they call u in, and with the HS Diplma, but not for the test i think..

will u be 18 soon?

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i applied for this job, on friday and boy am i excited for Dec 6th for the exam... im searchin for the Passbook series but cant find it, can any1 help me out... i know its a basic exam and i kno i am capable of passin since im good with electrical/mechanical buttons ect.

 

http://www.passbooks.com/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=2033

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I have applied on the Sept 17th, I'm excited as well.

 

Have a question regarding Motermanmike's post on that PassBooks Conductor. Is the latest version from 2004-2005?

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I have applied on the Sept 17th, I'm excited as well.

 

Have a question regarding Motermanmike's post on that PassBooks Conductor. Is the latest version from 2004-2005?

 

I have the passbooks catalog right in front of me. Yeah,it was published on 2004,$19.95. You can order it online at http://www.passbooks.com or by calling 1-800-645-6337 or 1-800-632-8888. Good luck!

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I applied for the test on September 3rd, can't wait till the test. Don't care if it takes years to get called, if I get it, I will quit my current job in an instant. @Oscurida: The T/O and C/R exam books from that series, how useful are they?

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I applied on the 3rd as well. and my problem would also be waiting to get called! it could be a year. it could be 2. i wish for the end of summer 09. But we all cant get what we wish for...:D

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I applied for the test on September 3rd, can't wait till the test. Don't care if it takes years to get called, if I get it, I will quit my current job in an instant. @Oscurida: The T/O and C/R exam books from that series, how useful are they?

 

If you are taking an open competitive test there is NO need to waste money on any study guides. These tests are extremely easy and mostly common sense.

 

They don't expect you to know anything about the job yet hence the common sense part.

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If you are taking an open competitive test there is NO need to waste money on any study guides. These tests are extremely easy and mostly common sense.

 

They don't expect you to know anything about the job yet hence the common sense part.

 

I didn't buy them. I borrowed them from the NY Public Library and used the copiers at work to make copies for myself lol

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Does any one know when the answer key for the conductors exam #8094 will be released on line so i could check my answers????

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