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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 07, 2018 11:09:21 AM(UTC)

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I am in the interview process for Perspecta (was Keypoint) for a BI job and I have a question about training and what happens if you fail.

The first two weeks of training is done at home. I was told that I will be studding and taking tests and if I don't pass them with at least an 80% I will no longer be considered for the job.

I was also told that I will have to pay $8,000 if while my own background investigation is going on I decide I no long want to work for them, or if I quit the job before a year of employment.

I have two questions......if I fail the at-home tests and am let go, will I really have to pay $8,000?

My other question is; if I fail the at-home tests and am let go, am I still able to have a clearance if I take another job that requires one? Or, does Perspecta prevent that from happening and I would have to have the background investigated again?

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