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Has Anyone Recieved The Protest Letter?


It should be coming soon.  Good Luck to all...  smile

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I got it yesterday.



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got it yesterday as well.

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i got it too....now what do we do? lol...whats the process..iam new to this

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BXCOPPER33 wrote:

i got it too....now what do we do? lol...whats the process..iam new to this



from DCAS website:
"At the review session, you will be allowed to review the Test Booklet and Proposed Key Answers. The purpose of this review is to permit you to submit protests against the Proposed Key Answers. You must appear in person; you may not bring with you or have present any other person at this test review. You may bring any reference materials you wish. You may not bring any handwritten notes or recording devices of any kind. There will be no rescheduling of appointments for the protest session.

If, as a result of your review, you decide to submit a protest to any proposed key answer you will have to substantiate your protest. Protests may be prepared and submitted at the time of the review, or they may be submitted subsequently. However, in no case will you be allowed to remove from our premises any materials relating to the test, or any notes that you may make during the review. Bring your Record of Answers and a pen with black ink and adequate personal identification to your session.

The protest period lasts for 30 days following the date of the Protest Review session. Protests and/or supporting documentation may be submitted by mail at any time during the protest period.

After the protest period is over, a Test Validation Board (TVB) consisting of representatives of the employing agency(ies), bargaining unit (i.e., union) and DCAS, Bureau of Examinations is convened to review all protests. The TVB is empowered by Section 50-A of the New York State Civil Service Law, to change key answers, allow duplicate or multiple answers, or delete items from the test. After all protests are reviewed, the TVB prepares a report detailing its findings. After the eligible list has been established, all candidates who submitted protests will be called in to read the TVB Reports. The determinations made by the TVB are binding. Therefore, no further changes will be entertained."


Good Luck to all protesting!



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