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    Quote Originally Posted by Mello951 View Post
    Does anyone know how the background/personality section of the test is scored or if it goes towards your test score at all? That's the only part of the test I had any issue with.
    The personality section is scored. Weight and how each question is scored shall be discussed after the exam closing and review date. Good luck.


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    this might sound dumb, but on the sheet they gave me to schedule a review they use the term "fdny entrance exam review appointment" but on the site its says "protest review appointment" are these the same thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkjets75 View Post
    I didn't catch that the first 6 times-can you repeat it once more? haha

    Honestly there is no strategy, all you can do is practice.
    lol.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by cohen32 View Post
    this might sound dumb, but on the sheet they gave me to schedule a review they use the term "fdny entrance exam review appointment" but on the site its says "protest review appointment" are these the same thing?
    Yes...yes they are.

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    Hey everyone,

    Took the test on the 17th at the Masonic Hall in Manhattan (noon) and have to say had a good mix of people testing with me, and there was a few empty seats in my test. Dont know if they scheduled to have them all filled in my time slot or people didnt show up to test.

    As for the advise given here about the test from those who tested before me you are right with the answers that all you could do was prepare and that you couldnt even help even if you wanted too. (great advice for anyone who hasnt tested yet). Just take your time and if you prepared for it you will do fine.

    As for the t-shirts from the fire store. It will be available next week. has been approved. Stopped into the store prior to leaving for home and the lady/part owner showed me the shirt and said they will be going up for sale on the web site and had gotten the approval. She was pretty knowledgable when it came to the phases of testing and had a rough idea as to how many people are taking the test, her source was from one of the dept chaplains.

    With that Im with Scav I'll be buying a shirt. I have a few reasons but the big reason is to say to the ones I work with that I had the Balls to take the test, that I unlike you have the opportunity to get a job with the best dept in the country and IMO the world. while they can now sit with their thoughts and wonder what if. I can atleast say Yep I did it.

    Also I posted that I got an email from the commish but the recording called me as I was boarding my plane which I thought was pretty cool.

    So let the post test anxiety begin. Few more weeks everyone, and we can start compareing notes.

    Till then lets remember Lt. Nappi Engine 237 LODD 4-16-2012. R.I.P
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    I don't know if those "I tested" shirts are for a good cause or just made so someone can make some money off of people pursuing their career but i have a suggestion for those wanting to buy FDNY inspired tee shirts. Instead of sending your money to whomever makes those shirts why don't you purchase a shirt meant to help some of the FDNY non-profit organizations. ex. the Stephen Siller foundation, the Brandon Morroco project. I think that would better reflect your desire to join the FDNY.
    RIP Lt. Nappi.

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    took the test sunday, been running through it in my head ever since, i dont remember this much anxiety over 6019 but iam sure i had it. i feel for you guys ho were in the first weeks of taking it. on saturday i went to a city review session given by firefighters and they said that nowhere near the amount of people who sighned up for the test have taken it. they also said that they need people badly. as for the t-shirts while pursuing a career with the fdny the dream of everyone on here and most who took the test like i3akdraft said your money may be better off someplace else. i wonder why they even made these considering the test has not even been given the 100 percent go ahead.

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    For starters what I'm looking forward to most is to see how many people out of the 62,000 signed up to test actually showed up. The vulcans estimated 35-40,000. Curious to see if it's less or more.

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    You know what? Im most concerned about what my list number is gonna look like. I don't even care who or who did not take the exam. All I'm worried about is if I'm even gonna have a shot at the physical. Can't wait till may for the review session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myles8683 View Post
    took the test sunday, been running through it in my head ever since, i dont remember this much anxiety over 6019 but iam sure i had it. i feel for you guys ho were in the first weeks of taking it. on saturday i went to a city review session given by firefighters and they said that nowhere near the amount of people who sighned up for the test have taken it. they also said that they need people badly. as for the t-shirts while pursuing a career with the fdny the dream of everyone on here and most who took the test like i3akdraft said your money may be better off someplace else. i wonder why they even made these considering the test has not even been given the 100 percent go ahead.
    Agree with you about more anxiety than 6019 - think the leadup to the exam, amount of people taking it, using a computer and having each section timed might of rattled me a bit. Is anyone seeing any other locations other than BK and Manhattan for the exam review? I went on today and that's all they had.

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    I took mine the 14th and I can't wait to talk to you guys about the third and fourth sections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I3akdraf View Post
    I don't know if those "I tested" shirts are for a good cause or just made so someone can make some money off of people pursuing their career but i have a suggestion for those wanting to buy FDNY inspired tee shirts. Instead of sending your money to whomever makes those shirts why don't you purchase a shirt meant to help some of the FDNY non-profit organizations. ex. the Stephen Siller foundation, the Brandon Morroco project. I think that would better reflect your desire to join the FDNY.
    RIP Lt. Nappi.
    Thats a great point bro

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    Aren't there merit matters shirts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynBorn View Post
    Aren't there merit matters shirts?
    Yes, check there website, a while back they had the contact information up and you could meet up with the fireman that ran it and get a shirt

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    Took the test on the 17th down on Lafayette, there were a good mix of people but the thing that stood out the most to me was how young these kids were. Regardless, luck guys.

    Can't wait till May 11th!!! =/

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    Any idea on how many guys took the promo test #2500?
    FDNY Exam 6019 List# 14XX.
    Lawsuit Victim: Completed process, cancelled academy.

    FDNY Exam 2000 List# 6XX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightowl75 View Post
    Any idea on how many guys took the promo test #2500?
    I think someone on here said in the 700's

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomFromQueens View Post
    I think someone on here said in the 700's
    Yup, but from what the firefighter at my orientation told me, only the top 200 would be hired.

    As to the shirt idea, that's why I picked mine up at the firezone in the city, and will most likely pick another up for Lt. Nappi if its availiable. Here's a question to the main FDNY guys, the Lt. lives near where I live, and while I'm not even a volunteer, would you take offence if I showed my respects to him? Just don't want to ruffle any feathers.

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    post test anxiety the second my foot hit the pavement...down to wondering "i clicked yes for residency credit, RIGHT?".

    Test def wasn't exactly how I expected it to be. I'm certain I did not get every question right, but I think (hope) I got no more than 6-8 wrong. Who knows....

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    Quote Originally Posted by I3akdraf View Post
    I don't know if those "I tested" shirts are for a good cause or just made so someone can make some money off of people pursuing their career but i have a suggestion for those wanting to buy FDNY inspired tee shirts. Instead of sending your money to whomever makes those shirts why don't you purchase a shirt meant to help some of the FDNY non-profit organizations. ex. the Stephen Siller foundation, the Brandon Morroco project. I think that would better reflect your desire to join the FDNY.
    RIP Lt. Nappi.
    Very true! I still wear our 6019 shirt from the Siller Run and people are always asking what it is. Then when the story is told there head explodes. I feel like a book could be written about all the **** we've been through since 12/10/08.

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