how did they narrow it down to 8546?
Scored a 99, list #36XX. I am very fortunate. Good luck to all.
Best of luck to all who did well. As for me, I'm way out of the running. Having the feeling of only missing one was way off of how I really did.
Train hard, and may the best men become the City's Bravest.
Anyone have a # for DCAS if I have to change my address?
I still don't understand how the psych questions were graded? To get them all right you would have had to lie and put the anser that sounded best not what was true?
Trying to figure out a timeline of sorts. If EMS sends a class to the academy in Jan. the next possible class would be July, correct? Not sure if they can run two academies at the same time. Just trying to find out when I can expect to go with a list number of 8XX.
Also does anyone how many trips I might have to make for CPAT, medical, background, etc.
Has it been 3 years yet? Haha... hoping that they hire like they have projected. The optimistic side of me would like to think that there is a good chance, considering the court ok'd the list on the grounds that they will reach over 8,000 in 4 years. That makes me think that the numbers aren't just made up, and as long as the economy is okay, they have a good chance of reaching that.
So I managed to get in the 700's. don't ask me how but I did it. I think I jumped from a sitting position and almost hit the ceiling. My question is this, I had no bills in my name until January 2011 and I obtained my GED 2 years before that at an upstate location because I had lived there before I turned 18. Now I need to prove I've been at my residence since the summer of '10 which I have but I don't really have the documents before that winter. Any suggestions? Are they gonna kill me over it?
How many people do you guys estimate applied for residency not understanding the new rules and wont get it, or just won't get it because they are lying.
I got a 99. List #33XX. I'm pumped and wish the best of luck to all candidates who are still eligible. I did have residency credit.