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US Secret Service
Special Agent was asked...19 February 2020

Typical government interview questions, but you need to provide better answers.

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I am interested!

Interested

Interested

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Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Q: Are you willing to accept an assignment anywhere in the United States that would be for the length of at least two years?

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Yes

"Ah Hell No"

“Fuck that”

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U.S. Department of State

Scenario-based questions.

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Can't go into details due to nondisclosure agreement. Just be prepared to think on your feet, and know that there is no wrong answer. They are more interested in how you answer the question than what your answer is. Less

US Department of Homeland Security

Do you have the ability to communicate in writing.

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Yes, i have the ability to process what I observe and put it into a detailed written report. Less

Yes

US Secret Service

Have you ever lied to your mother/father? Why ?

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This questions came from the psychologist who was reading from a script.

You can lie to your parents as to not hurt their feelings. (their cooking is terrible for example) Less

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

I can't disclose this information.

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I cannot disclose this information.

I cannot disclose this information.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

what can you tell me about Diversity

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a mix of all ethnics

US Army

Why do you want to enlist?

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I want to do something worthwhile.

US Air Force

Why do you want to join AFOSI?

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They are looking for a desire to serve the greater good, be a part of a professional organization, make a positive impact in people's lives, support the war effort, etc. DO NOT say you hate your job and want to try something else, or you are looking for any job that will get you a new assignment. Less

US Air Force

There weren't any really difficult questions. They mostly wanted me to describe instances where I showed leadership and integrity, and overcame obstacles.

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Do not try to hide past drug use. One-time experimentation as a teen, before entering military service can probably be forgiven, but habitual use will not, and they will find out when they interview your friends and family. Lying about anything during the application process will disqualify you. Less

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