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the manic
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personal interview 6 months later?
Jan 22nd, 2004 at 12:52am
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I took 2 rounds of poly in July, both of which were inconclusive, although I got the impression they thought I was lying on 1 item.  I got a call last week that the adjudicator wanted to meet with me to answer some questions, after 6 months!  People who went through the process with me have been finishing up recently. Thoughts?
  
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Re: personal interview 6 months later?
Reply #1 - Jan 22nd, 2004 at 4:32am
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Yeah, I had a similar experience... maybe even a longer time gap! The personal interview was incredibly long and tedious but not nearly as hostile or spazzy as a polygraph. Anyway, expect another long wait after the personal interview, but I think it probably means you "failed" the polys, but they have no evidence against you and are still considering you despite poly "evidence".
  
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Reply #2 - Jan 23rd, 2004 at 1:09am
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Sounds like the NSA poly process.  I too have taken 4
polys and waiting a subject interview, which can take
up to a year.  The poly really is B.S...
  
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Reply #3 - Jan 23rd, 2004 at 4:12am
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Yeah, I had a similar experience... maybe even a longer time gap! The personal interview was incredibly long and tedious but not nearly as hostile or spazzy as a polygraph. Anyway, expect another long wait after the personal interview, but I think it probably means you "failed" the polys, but they have no evidence against you and are still considering you despite poly "evidence".



I had my initial personal interview way back in oct of 2002......not sure why I have another one
  
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