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can anyone let me know what protest dates are left? I never grabbed the sheet to mail in. I was hoping maybe I can just show up and I can check my score. If not I'll just wait till august/September. 



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April Monday 17th- Friday 21st---next week is the last week


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What are the average amount of passers per command?

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Sunrise wrote:

April Monday 17th- Friday 21st---next week is the last week


 Monday through Friday? Or just those two dates?



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3rdtimetheCharm wrote:
Sunrise wrote:

April Monday 17th- Friday 21st---next week is the last week


 Monday through Friday? Or just those two dates?


 Monday through Friday



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Hello all. I did not mail my protest sheet before the deadline and assumed I couldn't join one of those sessions. However, I've been hearing that people managed to join the protest session just by showing up, without mailing the sheet in. Now, I wanna do this myself, however, I threw out the yellow protest sheet we were all handed upon completion of the test. I just thought that I missed my chance and got rid of it. Does anyone know if you actually NEED that sheet to join the protest session or do they look you up by name/tax number once you arrive at the protest session?

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If people who didn't mail their slips in managed to get in, it seems to be at the whim of DCAS. When I went, they made everyone who didn't have a letter leave. Even guys who tried to say they "forgot" their letter. I mean, give it a shot. The worst that'll happen is that you burn 1 to 2 hours of your time. Go to 2 Lafayette St. Everyone who said they weren't scheduled on the day I went got turned away from Brooklyn and told to go to Manhattan. So I guess only Manhattan does the walk ins. 



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