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FBI Phase 2 test time.
Oct 25th, 2002 at 10:02pm
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I passed the Phase 1 FBI Special Agent test and just mailed in my full application to the FBI.  I'm now waiting to here back on a testing date for Phase 2.  I realize they might not ever contact me but for anoyne out there who went through this step, how long did you wait for your phase 2 test date. 

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Reply #1 - Jan 2nd, 2003 at 2:30pm
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Hi there,

I mailed them my FD-140 in late February and was confirmed for an interview slot in mid-November  (Ya, 9 months)

By the way, I failed to attain a passing score, got my results 2 weeks ago  Embarrassed

It is not an easy test my friend, be prepared mentally.

I hope to be able to retake it next year.
  
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Reply #2 - Jan 4th, 2003 at 12:42am
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2 weeks from the Phase 1 test, to the passing letter from phase 1, to the letter giving me the "when and where" for phase 2.
  
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Reply #3 - Feb 2nd, 2003 at 2:09am
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The national average is 9 months and right now it's a bit longer.  However, I read there's a "fast track" hire for key positions.  If the person that posted 2 weeks is being honest (I'm doubting the post somewhat) s/he could be a candidate for a key job.  Anyone else out there that made it past this step?

  
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Reply #4 - Feb 2nd, 2003 at 2:33am
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Matt B. wrote on Feb 2nd, 2003 at 2:09am:
The national average is 9 months and right now it's a bit longer.  However, I read there's a "fast track" hire for key positions.  If the person that posted 2 weeks is being honest (I'm doubting the post somewhat) s/he could be a candidate for a key job.  Anyone else out there that made it past this step?





Here's my timeline:

11/01   submission of initial app

1/23/02   Letter scheduling phase 1 test

2/19/02   Phase 1 test

4/8/02   Letter notification of Phase 1 pass

4/10/02   Submission of FD-140

8/29/02   Phase 2 test

9/6/02   Letter notification of phase 2 pass and offer of conditional employment

10/3/02   Inconclusive Polygraph testing

10/4/02   Polygragh continuation, failure, and interrogation

10/23/02   Letter notification of poly failure and rescind of comditional employment offer

11/5/02   Appeal of polygraph results

1/24/03   Phone notification of "misplaced" appeal request

1/31/03  Second apppeal of polygraph results


My lack of anonymity on this website has caused me some grief in my appeal process.  But, like I have said from the start of this ordeal, I have nothing to hide, and therefore, will continue to use my real name.

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Reply #5 - Feb 3rd, 2003 at 8:20am
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George,

Sorry to hear you didn't pass the interview.

Do you remember the date you pre-applied and the date you took Phase 1 testing?

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Reply #6 - Feb 3rd, 2003 at 9:24pm
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My timeline:

Phase I test about 6 weeks after online applic.

Phase I pass notification about 2 weeks after test.

Submitted fd-140 2 1/2 months ago, have not heard anything since.

I've stopped being eager to get home and check the mail.
  
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Reply #7 - Feb 3rd, 2003 at 10:48pm
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I passed phase 2 testing in early august/02.  Passed physical and polygraph within a few weeks after that.  Now, merely waiting for background check to be completed.  THAT is where the delays are(hint...be as ACCURATE as possible in your address/employment history questionare.  If there is a discrepancy, even of a few days many years ago, they will find it and it will delay the process further).  It is a long, frustrating process.

good luck

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Reply #8 - Feb 4th, 2003 at 3:32am
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Guys,

I'm trying to get a time line from as many people as I can for every step in the process.  If you can be as specific as possible for every step I would be grateful.

I already have some completed time lines and I think testing is done in 4 month blocks.  I need more dates to be sure.

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Reply #9 - Feb 14th, 2003 at 9:12am
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???Hello, passed my phase 1 test and I am scheduled to take the Spanish Written Examination in a couple of weeks. I have done research but can not find any information on what type of test it is and what it covers.   Help if you have taken it.
  
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Reply #10 - Mar 11th, 2009 at 3:02am
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I discovered today that passing Phase I testing does not mean you will be chosen for Phase II testing. After waiting a month, I received a letter from Washington and a phone call that said I passed Phase I testing. Three weeks after those, I received an e-mail that said that I was no longer being processed or considered for Phase II testing. My background is clean, not even a single traffic ticket, and I have a masters degree. So, good luck. Obviously the position doesn't require anything more that luck.
  
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