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JessElizabeth  
#221 Posted : Tuesday, March 8, 2022 9:09:54 AM(UTC)
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So I am set for Quantico in August. I have seen this question answered a few times but different answers, does anyone who has been at Quantico recently know how long a person has between graduating and being expected to report to their assigned field office? Thanks!
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So I am set for Quantico in August. I have seen this question answered a few times but different answers, does anyone who has been at Quantico recently know how long a person has between graduating and being expected to report to their assigned field office? Thanks!


My husband was told in his spouse interview that we get 40hrs paid leave to move after graduation. So one week. Which confirmed all info I had received prior. I’m set for Q next month.
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#223 Posted : Wednesday, March 9, 2022 11:40:09 AM(UTC)
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Does anyone have recommendations on reading/videos/podcasts to help prepare for the law portion of classroom time?

Thanks!
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#224 Posted : Friday, March 11, 2022 10:25:52 AM(UTC)
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Does anyone have recommendations on reading/videos/podcasts to help prepare for the law portion of classroom time?

Thanks!


I was stressing a bit about the law portion as well and did some looking into books on study and learning more generally. I just read a book called "How We Learn" by Benedict Carey that was a pretty accessible read and talks about effective study habits (and myths about study habits) that I think will be as helpful as anything else.
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Does anyone have recommendations on reading/videos/podcasts to help prepare for the law portion of classroom time?

Thanks!


Honestly, I probably wouldn’t do any research. I have not been to Q yet, but I assume they will teach you exactly what they know you will need to know. Too much BS out there regarding law right now most people don’t get it right. I’m sure they will do an excellent job ensuring you know all of it.



Here now. This is the correct response. Although I wouldn't say there is too much BS out there (there is, but it's also not hard to find something authoritative (you're won't get too far into the weeds). Someone else mentioned FRE FRCrP and Title 18, those are obviously authoritative but FFS, do not try reading those before you come here. Unless you are already a lawyer, you will likely confuse or mislead yourself by trying to learn in advance and you risk coming in with a false sense of confidence. Trust the process, it's been in place for years. Learn the material as it's taught, study, and you should be fine.

Perfecting your push-up and sit-up protocol is a much better use of your time.
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