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1  Facility & Company Information / Diablo Canyon / Re: Diablo Canyon on: Feb 13, 2009, 06:57
Looking at the Pacific Gas and Electric Site. Does anyone know if Diablo Canyon is starting any Nuclear Learner Operators Classes
2  Career Path / Nuclear Operator / Re: Hiring Criteria for Learner OPS on: Jan 30, 2009, 11:11
Not a specific one three of them.
3  Career Path / EEI Tests / Re: A reflection on the POSS test on: Jan 29, 2009, 08:05
What I meant by thinking outside of the box is don't just rely on this site. Don't wait on someone to give you answer to questions that you can find on your own by doing a little bit of hard work and research. By doing all of this I believe it will be very helpful in the test taking process. I have seen a lot of posts on here where it seems as if people just want you to come out and tell them everything they need to do to be successful.
4  Career Path / Nuclear Operator / Re: Associate Plant Operator = Auxiliary Operator (AO)? on: Jan 29, 2009, 07:09
What utility are you looking at?
5  Career Path / EEI Tests / Re: A reflection on the POSS test on: Jan 29, 2009, 06:59
Well I took the POSS Test yesterday and passed. All of the information that I found on hear was very beneficial, but I think you also have to think outside the box and go after some things on your own. The test was pretty straightforward I thought. I really didn't feel pushed for time as much since I took some of Braodzilla's advice and kept decreasing the amount of time I had to finish practice tests. It almost felt like at some points of the test I was expecting time to be called, but due to the way I practiced  I still had plenty of time. Some of the conversions were a little different from the practice test , but most were the same. Thanks to everyone for their helpful posts. The best advice I can give you for the test is this quote.
                                                                                     "A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds."

                                                                                                              Francis Bacon

6  Career Path / Nuclear Operator / Re: Hiring Criteria for Learner OPS on: Jan 29, 2009, 06:43
Well I just took the POSS Yesterday and passed, all of the information on here was very beneficial. I then proceded to the interview which I think went very well. Now I am just in the waiting stages. The utility I am looking at is Duke Energy.
7  Career Path / Nuclear Operator / Hiring Criteria for Learner OPS on: Jan 14, 2009, 06:01
I have a question about my experience and the effects that it might have on my chances of being hired in the Learner OPS program. I was in the Navy for 4 years as an Operations Specialist. I have a small amount of college, but I also have credits from my Navy Smart Transcript. I took Physics and Chemistry in High School. I am really anxious about taking the POSS Test but I am wondering that when I do pass if any of these things I have mentioned will hinder my chances of being hired. I feel that I am completely capable and competent enough to be an Operator in the Nuclear Field. If you have any input whether negative or positive I would definitely love to hear it.
8  Career Path / EEI Tests / Re: A reflection on the POSS test on: Jan 10, 2009, 07:21
I just received my letter to take the POSS Test for the Pre Employment Process. I have a friend who is an AUO at a Fossil Plant but he said when he took his test Nuclear was the only section he didn't qualify for. How much higher is the criteria to qualify for the Nuke side versus the Fossil side. RvExotics I also was wondering how u would study Math Concepts if u had to do it over again. I am really stressing out about this test I have been studying but still very stressful. If anyone has any tips or pointers to help they would be greatly appreciated. I have read it seems like every thread on these forums and it seems as if some of the information you receive is conflicting. I am sure that probably has to do with each person's individual experience and how they perceived the process.
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