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Transit Customer Service Specialists, Exams 0609 & 0611

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Please note that the open-competitive examination for these specific examinations, which was originally supposed to take place on Sunday, March 29th, 2020, has been postponed until further notice.

If anyone finds out about a new test date, please post it in this thread/topic and this announcement will be updated, respectively.

Thank you for your time and attention into this issue.

-Young

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Got the alerts this morning that the test/interview have been cancelled. I haven’t received anything yet though, not that it matters now lol. Although this is a great opportunity to study up though.

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16 hours ago, subway4832 said:

Got the alerts this morning that the test/interview have been cancelled. I haven’t received anything yet though, not that it matters now lol. Although this is a great opportunity to study up though.

An announcement regarding this postponement has been made on this MTA webpage.

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I got my letter to take the test on Monday, March 9, 2020 then on Wednesday, March 11, 2019 I got emails and text messages that the test has been postponed until further notice.

I am blaming the beervirus = Coronavirus for this!

Can someone share any good study material or websites to study for the test.

 

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2 minutes ago, RayRay said:

I got my letter to take the test on Monday, March 9, 2020 then on Wednesday, March 11, 2019 I got emails and text messages that the test has been postponed until further notice.

Can someone share any good study material or websites to study for the test.

See my quote below from the previous page.

On 3/10/2020 at 3:36 PM, +Young+ said:

As far as materials to study, from briefly looking the Notice of Examination (NOE), which you can find in the first post, I would recommend this and this NYPD Test Preparation Kits except for the memorization portion. Both test preparation kits give a small preview of most of the things that are listed on the Notice of Examination. In addition, from taking several civil service examinations, I would not recommend purchasing any of those "passbooks" since the material contained in these books are out of date. Now if you can get a "passbook" from your local library for free, then whether you use it or not is up to you.

 

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