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    DCAS Exams

    Has anyone gone through the process and has an estimate of how long it takes to form the list for DCAS exams like Claim Specialist and Eligibility Specialist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjets88 View Post
    Has anyone gone through the process and has an estimate of how long it takes to form the list for DCAS exams like Claim Specialist and Eligibility Specialist?
    not 100% sure about this but i thinks its pretty much the same for each exam which is about 4-6 months
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    Thanks for the answer, I've been waiting 5 months so far. Do you have an estimate on how long it takes to be placed on the job once the list is established?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjets88 View Post
    Thanks for the answer, I've been waiting 5 months so far. Do you have an estimate on how long it takes to be placed on the job once the list is established?
    After the list is established? 2.5-3.5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjets88 View Post
    Thanks for the answer, I've been waiting 5 months so far. Do you have an estimate on how long it takes to be placed on the job once the list is established?
    no problem here to help
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    Quote Originally Posted by LINY View Post
    After the list is established? 2.5-3.5 years.
    Wow that is a long time. The list is only active for 4 years, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINY View Post
    After the list is established? 2.5-3.5 years.
    please tell me this is a joke

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    It's no joke. 3.5 might be a little long, but it's at least 2 right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOSpades View Post
    It's no joke. 3.5 might be a little long, but it's at least 2 right now.
    It takes about 2 years after you take the test for the list to be established, and then another 6 months or longer to go through the process,

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    Wow .that cant be true . i think 6 months after you get your list number than you wait about another year or two..it might be even less depending on how fast they move the process...2.5 to 3 years just AFTER you get your list number seems a little crazy
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    Excuse my oldposts for some reason I thought this was about special officer

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    He's not asking for police officer process from what I read.

    It can be immediate meaning within a year, or up to the end of the line at 4 years.

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