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03-28-11, 11:18 PM
well, I got in the mail my list number for test 1309 which I got a 91.765% for NYPD, its 6XX, out of 1800 candidates, is this good?
I also got my result by mail imp in the low 500 I guess is good out of 1700 that passed the test.
03-30-11, 05:52 PM
Wow, that is great led, I found out that its good to be a low number. Now we have t wait and see when they call us, good luck!
hey try to change your profile name because i know invetigators come here to check our conversation. you never know whos here watching us :).
yes i know i got 93% and i forgot to include my recidence point.
03-30-11, 08:58 PM
Thanks, but I'll keep the user name the same, I have nothing to hide and my life is filled joy and no negativities. Hey the only thing they can see is how important becoming a cop to me is. :thumbsup:
10-09-11, 04:20 PM
So I recieved my results and list number back in march. I got a 98% on the test and my list number is 2XX, I have only talk to people that had list numbers of 500 or above, does anyone know if having a lower list number can really help you or not? I am hoping to get called with in the next year to start all my other stuff cause then I will only have one year left in college before I get my degree and hopefully I can get my BS before I start the academy. has anyone recieved and call from an investigator yet?
I edited your post puting XX for you list number. You may or many not know, an investigator or any civilian can the exam/list number by name and know exactly who you are.
Everything inyour life will be based on the exam and list number. The lower the list number, the earlier you are processed, earlier you are hired, and more seniority you have. The NYPD is about 16 moths out for processing right now.
Anyoen who took an earlier exam will get hired/processed first. When they get to your exam, you will get called in the first wave. Lets assume you took exam # 3 and got list number 100. The guy/gal who tool exam 2 and got list number 8,376 will get hired before you; however the guy/gal who took exam 3 and got list number 2 will get hired before you.
Assume though all three of you get hired for the same class and graduate. You end up in the same precinct together. Guy from exam 1 has seniority over you, and you have seniority over the guy from exam 3. That means you get to pick you vacation first before guy 3, promoted before him, etc....