Thread: panel interview
03-02-2006, 10:15 AM #1
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since april of 05 ive gone through the written test, cpat, background interview/investigation, and polygraph test. have have passed every step thus far now i have an appointment for the last step which i sthe panel interview. since i have gone this far are my chances good? i heard the polygrah and background investigation are the two most expensive things to put a person throuh. i would like to think my chances are excellent. any feedback would be appreciated on any ones experences with this same situation..thanks
03-02-2006, 01:32 PM #2
Your background and psyc should be easy . The main thing to remember is to NEVER lie on a background. As an ex investigator let me say this....I have had to have candidates removed from training classes because of omissions on their backgrounds. If I had a candidate lie once he or she will lie twice.
Jay Dudley, Retired Fire
"You never get a second chance at a first impression"
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