2022 NJ LEE Information

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I got 93 and i live in a chiefs town in Bergen county ... What are my chances of getting something? Maybe from a local town that is Civil Service or county or statewide? Thanks
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Goteam31 wrote: Mon May 18, 2020 6:09 pm I got 93 and i live in a chiefs town in Bergen county ... What are my chances of getting something? Maybe from a local town that is Civil Service or county or statewide? Thanks
Bergen County is probably the most competitive county in the state. If you live in a non-civil service town, you would be looking at county (Bergen) and state positions Very high 90's is generally needed there for county positions.
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Hey I’m a Paterson resident with a score of 91.8 is that a good enough score to get a cert in Paterson first round?
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Infantry90 wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 7:29 pm Hey I’m a Paterson resident with a score of 91.8 is that a good enough score to get a cert in Paterson first round?
This question has been asking a zillion times....go back a few pages or even on other pages there’s a thread just for Paterson......
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Infantry90 wrote: Tue May 19, 2020 7:29 pm Hey I’m a Paterson resident with a score of 91.8 is that a good enough score to get a cert in Paterson first round?
I’d say 2nd round, but first rd is not an unrealistic hope.
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2022 NJ LEE Application NOW OPEN

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The NJCSC has opened the formal application portal for the 2022 NJ LEE statewide civil service exam. They opened the portal on January 3, 2022 with a closing date of February, 28, 2022.

The link to the NJCSC Application portal is: https://info.csc.state.nj.us/vats/

In a very confusing way, the NJCSC has modified the normal application process for the NJ LEE and now requires that interested candidates submit individual applications online for each title and jurisdiction for which he or she would like to be eligible. It is important to note that most (not all) jurisdictions have residency preferences, so residents are placed ahead of non-residents on the formal list.

The exam dates are expected to be set for this Spring.

I've included an article explaining the current application process and "residency preference" which will help candidates in choosing to which departments he or she will apply. The article is on this forum at: viewtopic.php?p=27142#p27142


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Now that the 2022 NJ LEE application period closed on Monday, 2/28/22, the NJCSC will be receiving the applicant data this week (from the vendor who handled the application process) to upload in their system. The NJCSC will be looking at the number of applicants and determining how many seats they need by region to finalize the testing dates, sites, and times.

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UPDATE (4/8/22): The NJCSC has begun the process of allowing candidates to select a test date via the SignUpGenius online scheduling platform. The NJCSC sent out emails with a special link in large batches, so all applicants should should check their email account and their spam folder looking for the scheduling email.

The 2022 NJ LEE testing will be taking place on the below dates from Saturday, June 11th through Thursday, July 14th, 2022. The NJCSC included 3 weekday evenings (Thursdays) this cycle rather than all Saturdays.

The exam dates are:
  • Saturday morning and afternoon - June 11, 2022
  • Thursday evening - June 16, 2022
  • Saturday morning and afternoon - June 25, 2022
  • Thursday evening - June 30, 2022
  • Saturday morning and afternoon - July 9, 2022
  • Thursday evening - July 14, 2022
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