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#1041 Posted : Monday, July 15, 2019 2:45:25 PM(UTC)
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My M&G is this week. Any advice? [/quote

I’ve had to do the M&G twice (failed P2 first time) 🙈. The M&G is a really relaxed environment, its so they can give you a presentation on the process going forward and answer questions in a group setting then review the paperwork you have because after that your packet goes up to HQ. So any additional skills, certifications or languages you have and didn’t post it in the initial application this is the time to bring it up. You will do a one on one with an agent or your application coordinator to review documents and they may ask additional questions on your professional experience.

Business attire. Be early and no need to be nervous. Valid ID and leave electronics in your car.


Thank you! This made me feel better knowing it is a relaxed environment. I have some questions on hand so I’m ready for that.
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#1042 Posted : Monday, July 15, 2019 4:10:54 PM(UTC)
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Thank you all very much for the great replies. This thread really helped put my mind at ease. I will set up an appointment tomorrow.
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#1043 Posted : Monday, July 15, 2019 4:26:22 PM(UTC)
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Curious if anyone has any advice or input. I recently had a baby so I had to put my pft in hold. I want to continue but now I’m concerned about the time away at the academy and then the demand of the first few years. Has anyone else been in this situation? We have discussed having my husband move to dc while at the academy so that they can be close and I can see the baby as much as possible.


They HIGHLY discourage relocating your family for the Academy. I would recommend either waiting to continue the process or rethinking if this career is realistic for your family. You wouldn't be the first new mom to complete the Academy, so it certainly doable, but it is something to deeply consider. Every situation is going to be different...you have to think about what is best for YOUR family.
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#1044 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:30:02 AM(UTC)
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Hey everyone. I’m new to the process. I submitted my application at the beginning of the months and am scheduled for Phase 1. I wanted to take a moment to say hi and thank you all for the wealth of information I read through on this thread.
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#1045 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 5:06:37 AM(UTC)
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The Meet and Greet varies in different areas as well (I'm not sure about Cinci).... I think it was about 3 weeks before I got an email invite to the Meet and Greet. At your Meet and Greet you'll learn all about your specific RO's process! That should help!


Originally Posted by: tamvid11 Go to Quoted Post
What exactly is the new hiring process. My application says Meet & Greet - is the PFT before this now? I'm earnestly waiting on hearing from my local office (Cinci).


Thanks. I'm hoping Cinci is part of the new pilot program - I'd like to do my PFT sooner rather than later, also I feel like they are more accepting of passing people through the interview who have already passed. I know DC and Detroit are on the pilot - and if you are AZ (Phoenix?).




Yes, I agree, I liked having the PFT done earlier! I believe (from what I gathered) the interview is a blind interview, so they know nothing about you prior and they have a system in which they rate/grade you during the interview in regards to how you answer the questions (SAR format)....so I wouldn't think passing the PFT prior would have any impact on the passing of PII, I think each part stands independently....but, it's certainly nice knowing that part (the PFT) is done and you can focus on preparing for the Phase II process! You'll do great!


Of course Phase II is still technically a separate and unbiased phase. But they're also very desperate for recruits and the PFT has been the bottleneck for them. So I think it's safe to say that they're probably much happier with you during PII knowing that you already passed the PFT. You won't get an automatic pass, but I'm sure as long as you aren't giving them a reason to fail you, you're probably good to go...


Yes it is technically a blind interview. I'm a Phase 2 redo, so I've experience this before. Definitely unique compared to the other federal agency interviews, since those usually include the person who is your applicant coordinator and they have reviewed your resume and background prior to the interview. The structure for all the interviews is the same though - 1 hour, 12-13 questions, and you had better use the STAR/SAR method. That is key to providing intelligent answers to their behavioral questions. The interviewers rank you and send your information up to HQ for a review - that is where I think having already completed the PFT will be handy. If the interviewers gave a relatively good review and scores you just on the fence - a passing PFT score could push them over to the Conditional Offer. From what I have seen, 2017 was a terrible year for people passing the Phase 2 interview and directly led to the overhaul of their hiring practices.

For those of you have done the new process - how many interviews are they conducting when you attended? When I did the Phase 2 in 2017 they conducted roughly 200 interviews in a single day. Are they still doing mass interview days like this?
6/27/19: Reapplied
7/11/19: Add. Info Submitted
Meet & Greet scheduled 7/26
Meet & Greet 8/7
Ratigan  
#1046 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 5:43:52 AM(UTC)
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The Meet and Greet varies in different areas as well (I'm not sure about Cinci).... I think it was about 3 weeks before I got an email invite to the Meet and Greet. At your Meet and Greet you'll learn all about your specific RO's process! That should help!


Originally Posted by: tamvid11 Go to Quoted Post
What exactly is the new hiring process. My application says Meet & Greet - is the PFT before this now? I'm earnestly waiting on hearing from my local office (Cinci).


Thanks. I'm hoping Cinci is part of the new pilot program - I'd like to do my PFT sooner rather than later, also I feel like they are more accepting of passing people through the interview who have already passed. I know DC and Detroit are on the pilot - and if you are AZ (Phoenix?).




Yes, I agree, I liked having the PFT done earlier! I believe (from what I gathered) the interview is a blind interview, so they know nothing about you prior and they have a system in which they rate/grade you during the interview in regards to how you answer the questions (SAR format)....so I wouldn't think passing the PFT prior would have any impact on the passing of PII, I think each part stands independently....but, it's certainly nice knowing that part (the PFT) is done and you can focus on preparing for the Phase II process! You'll do great!


Of course Phase II is still technically a separate and unbiased phase. But they're also very desperate for recruits and the PFT has been the bottleneck for them. So I think it's safe to say that they're probably much happier with you during PII knowing that you already passed the PFT. You won't get an automatic pass, but I'm sure as long as you aren't giving them a reason to fail you, you're probably good to go...


Yes it is technically a blind interview. I'm a Phase 2 redo, so I've experience this before. Definitely unique compared to the other federal agency interviews, since those usually include the person who is your applicant coordinator and they have reviewed your resume and background prior to the interview. The structure for all the interviews is the same though - 1 hour, 12-13 questions, and you had better use the STAR/SAR method. That is key to providing intelligent answers to their behavioral questions. The interviewers rank you and send your information up to HQ for a review - that is where I think having already completed the PFT will be handy. If the interviewers gave a relatively good review and scores you just on the fence - a passing PFT score could push them over to the Conditional Offer. From what I have seen, 2017 was a terrible year for people passing the Phase 2 interview and directly led to the overhaul of their hiring practices.

For those of you have done the new process - how many interviews are they conducting when you attended? When I did the Phase 2 in 2017 they conducted roughly 200 interviews in a single day. Are they still doing mass interview days like this?


They definitely did nothing like that at my (large) FO. I estimate that there were about 15 people there.
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#1047 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 6:14:11 AM(UTC)
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The Meet and Greet varies in different areas as well (I'm not sure about Cinci).... I think it was about 3 weeks before I got an email invite to the Meet and Greet. At your Meet and Greet you'll learn all about your specific RO's process! That should help!


Originally Posted by: tamvid11 Go to Quoted Post
What exactly is the new hiring process. My application says Meet & Greet - is the PFT before this now? I'm earnestly waiting on hearing from my local office (Cinci).


Thanks. I'm hoping Cinci is part of the new pilot program - I'd like to do my PFT sooner rather than later, also I feel like they are more accepting of passing people through the interview who have already passed. I know DC and Detroit are on the pilot - and if you are AZ (Phoenix?).




Yes, I agree, I liked having the PFT done earlier! I believe (from what I gathered) the interview is a blind interview, so they know nothing about you prior and they have a system in which they rate/grade you during the interview in regards to how you answer the questions (SAR format)....so I wouldn't think passing the PFT prior would have any impact on the passing of PII, I think each part stands independently....but, it's certainly nice knowing that part (the PFT) is done and you can focus on preparing for the Phase II process! You'll do great!


Of course Phase II is still technically a separate and unbiased phase. But they're also very desperate for recruits and the PFT has been the bottleneck for them. So I think it's safe to say that they're probably much happier with you during PII knowing that you already passed the PFT. You won't get an automatic pass, but I'm sure as long as you aren't giving them a reason to fail you, you're probably good to go...


Yes it is technically a blind interview. I'm a Phase 2 redo, so I've experience this before. Definitely unique compared to the other federal agency interviews, since those usually include the person who is your applicant coordinator and they have reviewed your resume and background prior to the interview. The structure for all the interviews is the same though - 1 hour, 12-13 questions, and you had better use the STAR/SAR method. That is key to providing intelligent answers to their behavioral questions. The interviewers rank you and send your information up to HQ for a review - that is where I think having already completed the PFT will be handy. If the interviewers gave a relatively good review and scores you just on the fence - a passing PFT score could push them over to the Conditional Offer. From what I have seen, 2017 was a terrible year for people passing the Phase 2 interview and directly led to the overhaul of their hiring practices.

For those of you have done the new process - how many interviews are they conducting when you attended? When I did the Phase 2 in 2017 they conducted roughly 200 interviews in a single day. Are they still doing mass interview days like this?


They definitely did nothing like that at my (large) FO. I estimate that there were about 15 people there.


Ratigan - you did your interview at your local field office? Back in 2017 you had to wait for a regional - all Midwest went to Chicago - I processed out of Cincinnati.
6/27/19: Reapplied
7/11/19: Add. Info Submitted
Meet & Greet scheduled 7/26
Meet & Greet 8/7
Ratigan  
#1048 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 6:39:22 AM(UTC)
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The Meet and Greet varies in different areas as well (I'm not sure about Cinci).... I think it was about 3 weeks before I got an email invite to the Meet and Greet. At your Meet and Greet you'll learn all about your specific RO's process! That should help!


Originally Posted by: tamvid11 Go to Quoted Post
What exactly is the new hiring process. My application says Meet & Greet - is the PFT before this now? I'm earnestly waiting on hearing from my local office (Cinci).


Thanks. I'm hoping Cinci is part of the new pilot program - I'd like to do my PFT sooner rather than later, also I feel like they are more accepting of passing people through the interview who have already passed. I know DC and Detroit are on the pilot - and if you are AZ (Phoenix?).




Yes, I agree, I liked having the PFT done earlier! I believe (from what I gathered) the interview is a blind interview, so they know nothing about you prior and they have a system in which they rate/grade you during the interview in regards to how you answer the questions (SAR format)....so I wouldn't think passing the PFT prior would have any impact on the passing of PII, I think each part stands independently....but, it's certainly nice knowing that part (the PFT) is done and you can focus on preparing for the Phase II process! You'll do great!


Of course Phase II is still technically a separate and unbiased phase. But they're also very desperate for recruits and the PFT has been the bottleneck for them. So I think it's safe to say that they're probably much happier with you during PII knowing that you already passed the PFT. You won't get an automatic pass, but I'm sure as long as you aren't giving them a reason to fail you, you're probably good to go...


Yes it is technically a blind interview. I'm a Phase 2 redo, so I've experience this before. Definitely unique compared to the other federal agency interviews, since those usually include the person who is your applicant coordinator and they have reviewed your resume and background prior to the interview. The structure for all the interviews is the same though - 1 hour, 12-13 questions, and you had better use the STAR/SAR method. That is key to providing intelligent answers to their behavioral questions. The interviewers rank you and send your information up to HQ for a review - that is where I think having already completed the PFT will be handy. If the interviewers gave a relatively good review and scores you just on the fence - a passing PFT score could push them over to the Conditional Offer. From what I have seen, 2017 was a terrible year for people passing the Phase 2 interview and directly led to the overhaul of their hiring practices.

For those of you have done the new process - how many interviews are they conducting when you attended? When I did the Phase 2 in 2017 they conducted roughly 200 interviews in a single day. Are they still doing mass interview days like this?


They definitely did nothing like that at my (large) FO. I estimate that there were about 15 people there.


Ratigan - you did your interview at your local field office? Back in 2017 you had to wait for a regional - all Midwest went to Chicago - I processed out of Cincinnati.


Yes, I did both the M&G and Phase II at my local FO. I have no idea what happens with people processing out of smaller FOs, though.
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#1049 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 7:08:21 AM(UTC)
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Hey everyone. I’m new to the process. I submitted my application at the beginning of the months and am scheduled for Phase 1. I wanted to take a moment to say hi and thank you all for the wealth of information I read through on this thread.


Welcome!
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#1050 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 9:00:09 AM(UTC)
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Well you have to admit it would be very cool to go the January 2020 class. You'd be the first newly minted agents of the Roaring 20s Sequel Decade!
SA '19
Applied: 3/23/19
P1 4/2/19
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Competitive 6/17/19
P2 written 6/23/19
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#1051 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 11:24:50 AM(UTC)
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Somehow hurt my leg doing during a pretty low intensity run (was doing 90 second jogs as part of a circuit with pushups and situps - pretty much the slowest runs I do lmao). It's been a couple of days and it's slightly better, but I'm thinking I won't be running for another week or two if I'm lucky.

Guess I'll go back to messing around with barbells + stationary bike until it heals.

I'd suggest doing your best to not get hurt because this is the worst.
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#1052 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:00:17 PM(UTC)
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Hey all. Was wondering what the timeframe was from when you took the P2 Written to when you were contacted to schedule your Interview? Been patiently waiting and wondering what the typical waiting period is. Thanks.
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#1053 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2019 3:21:53 PM(UTC)
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Hey all. Was wondering what the timeframe was from when you took the P2 Written to when you were contacted to schedule your Interview? Been patiently waiting and wondering what the typical waiting period is. Thanks.


There's no "typical" waiting period. I think it depends on when the next P2 interviews are in your area (or if you are processing out of a smaller FO, when there are spots available in one of the regional sites). If you've been waiting for a while you could always reach out to your AC and ask when the next P2 interview dates are.
App: 11/18
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M&G: 3/19
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P2 Interview: 6/19 (pass)
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Well you have to admit it would be very cool to go the January 2020 class. You'd be the first newly minted agents of the Roaring 20s Sequel Decade!


Agreed!
APP- 5/3/19
PI- 5/11/19
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PII Interview-8/27/19
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New to the forum, here.

I've went through all of the topics but I don't recall seeing this discussed but, how long is "too long" before I submit my SA-PFT? I passed my Phase-1 test on 7/11/19 and rec'd the invite to submit addt'l info the next day. It didn't give me a deadline for when that info needed to be submitted but I don't want to take too long and be surpassed in the process I guess. Right now my SA-PFT is under 12 pts and I don't want to submit until I'm passing (even though they say it's okay to submit non-passing scores). I'm "in shape" but I've never been into running so I'm going to the track every night and working on my times.
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Has the process been moving pretty quickly this year? I have somewhat of a unique situation. My husband has a child from a prior marriage and that will make it difficult for us to move. I was told by a friend familiar with the bureau to apply and bring up my situation and see what they say. His child is a teenager and as soon as she turns 18, we’re down to move anywhere. I just need to stay local until then. I am not near the age limit and I’ll still have plenty of time once she turns 18 to start the process and (hopefully) get hired. I’m ready to take the leap to Federal LE now instead of waiting a few more years. Does anyone on here have experience with or know someone who has experience with how the bureau treats custody agreements when determining first field office? Also, if I were to stop the process after phase 1, does that look bad when I start again in a few years?
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Has the process been moving pretty quickly this year? I have somewhat of a unique situation. My husband has a child from a prior marriage and that will make it difficult for us to move. I was told by a friend familiar with the bureau to apply and bring up my situation and see what they say. His child is a teenager and as soon as she turns 18, we’re down to move anywhere. I just need to stay local until then. I am not near the age limit and I’ll still have plenty of time once she turns 18 to start the process and (hopefully) get hired. I’m ready to take the leap to Federal LE now instead of waiting a few more years. Does anyone on here have experience with or know someone who has experience with how the bureau treats custody agreements when determining first field office? Also, if I were to stop the process after phase 1, does that look bad when I start again in a few years?


Waiting until you have the opportunity to move seems like the logical reasoning here. Especially since you're not near the age limit. The FBI only accepts those that have free rein to relocate and the ability not to would surely affect your candidacy.

You can always pick up the process again down the the line. Phase I is good for life.

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I'm going to start following this thread. My wife applied for the Special Agent position and got invited to start Phase 1 and take the written test.

What should she expect? This could be HUGE for us. Very happy for her, I know its just the beginning and the road ahead is going to tough and long but none the less very excited.

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I'm going to start following this thread. My wife applied for the Special Agent position and got invited to start Phase 1 and take the written test.

What should she expect? This could be HUGE for us. Very happy for her, I know its just the beginning and the road ahead is going to tough and long but none the less very excited.



I just passed phase 1 and I just used the study material on the FBI website. It was very helpful. Good luck to her!

Application: 6/23
Pass Ph 1: 7/10
Additional Info: 7/21
M&G: 08/07


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How long does an invite to a Meet & Greet usually take? I submitted my additional information a little over a week ago. When I processed in 2017, I got an invite to the next meet & greet nearly immediately, so this wait is making me very anxious. I no longer have any contacts at my local office, as the entire recruiting staff has changed. Do I need to call to verify they have everything, or is a couple weeks a normal wait time now?
6/27/19: Reapplied
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