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  • Deputy Joe
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    I bombed my first interview. I ran out of the interview and cried for three days. [Wink]

    After my three days of tears I decided to make the interview a learning experience. Each interview, you will feel a bit more comfortable and familiar with questions. You will be more prepared for the interview and will be yourself. Just because you don't get a job or have a lousy interview isn't all that bad. Part of the interviewing process is making sure that you are a right fit for the department.

    Good luck in the future. Keep with it, don't get discouraged.

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  • InSane1
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    Good Luck John. You're not the first and wont be the last to think "I shoulda said" You did fine I'm sure.

    [ 12-17-2002, 12:31 AM: Message edited by: InSane1 ]

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  • John Sharp
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    My interview today...could go either way

    They asked 5 standardized questions and thats it. I explained my prior arrest for Reckless Endangerment when I was younger, and they asked about job status and illegal substance use. Then I was fingerprinted and photographed.

    I dont know how I did. I feel like I didn't do too well, because I thought one oficer asked if I had used Marijuana since I was 18, I said no, then another officer asked about as a juvy and I said 1 puff. I think part of them thought I was trying to lie...but I really wasn't.

    With the arrest and MJ use 6 years ago...I am afraid I am gonna be turned down. [Frown]

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