It’s looking like Law Enforcement is alive and well –
business is picking up.
I am seeing an increase in women clients – keep coming
FBI IS BUSY AND SCHEDULING INTERVIEWS
KUDOS AND RESULTS FOR DECEMBER/JANUARY/FEBRUARY
Left over from 2018
I passed my second try at Phase 2, and I know it was your coaching that made the difference. I walked in my first time over a year ago with confidence that my prior job experience was more than enough and failed. I walked in this time, humble but ready to share more of myself and be genuine, and as you already knew, that made all the difference.
I gave them as much as I could in my first question to include my five points in case I didn’t have an opportunity later; as it turns out that was a very good move. I definitely had to morph almost all my answers. Only one question did I have to pull a story that I had not previously prepared.
Again thank you.
From Puerto Rico
Thursday I received notice of passing phase 2. I have to say that I followed
everything we talked about in the sessions. I kept it simple with the factors.
The day of the interview, I went in feeling very comfortable. The panel was
friendly and that really helped.
everything we covered that I was expecting. I was able to answer all questions
without any problems. I was talking the whole time and they were writing at the
same time so that was good. At the end I had to your morphing technique a
couple of times.
interview finished and I walked out feeling great. Two of the guys that were
came out of the interview and weren’t feeling the same.
I thank you for your service. It really made the difference in my performance.
I wanted to thank you so much for your help in preparing for the phase 2 examination- your coaching made me feel prepared for the examination and I really believe it is one of the reasons I passed! Thanks so much!
wanted to follow up with you. I found out last night (exactly a week
after my interview) that I passed! Honestly I was a bit unsure of myself after
I left (I was the first one done – it only took 37 minutes). Honestly
that interview was one of the most challenging things I have ever done and I
don’t think I would have passed without your help. I was prepared for the
questions and only had to skip one to come back to it at the end. The
agents had their heads down writing most of the time – as soon as they stopped
and looked up at me I just picked another Factor from the list to bring into
the story and they got right back to taking notes. Thank you so much for
One thing – With the way they broke down the questions the agents said I should keep stories to 4 to 5 minutes. I think mine (2-3 min) were done a bit too quickly.
The interviewers were so professional and nice that I was put to ease pretty quick. I had a story for every question but one ! And weirdly enough I kept forgetting the question ! I would hear the question, determine the competency, tell my story that spoke to that competency, and them scramble to tie it back to the original question! So I felt like a complete mess but it must have gone better than I felt, I am so thrilled, thank you for your help!
got my results back from my phase 2 testing and…..I passed! I just wanted to
thank you for all your help. I can honestly say that the interview would be
next to impossible to pass without proper preparation.
I did get a lot of
reactions from them, laughs, smiles etc so I feel like I came across really
genuine which may have compensated for my forgetting to tell them about my
personal life. “Show don’t tell” was also something I believe really
helped me, I actually caught one of them staring at me a few times very
interested in what I was saying, when she realized she wasn’t writing she very
quickly switched back to being head down haha.
I will keep passing your info along to others I come in contact with that are attempting to get FED LAW jobs. Thank you again!
passed phase 2. WOOT WOOT!! And honestly, it’s all because of
you. My biggest challenge was to relax, just like you predicted.
BUT, I was able to take some deep breathes and remember that the agents are
just regular people and it was up to me to prove myself.
answered every question without hesitation and did not pass on any
questions. Why – because I was able to instantly figure out the value
they were seeking and had a story ready.
did use your morphing technique on quite a few questions and because of your
coaching, it was smooth and instant.
had a “runners high” post interview because I knew I gave it my all.
can’t thank you enough for your guidance throughout this process. It was
a life lesson that will help me in the future.
my humble opinion, I think you have the right to charge more. I would pay
double for what you did for me.
will keep you posted on my final outcome. Next step, background and then
lie detector. If all goes well, Quantico! YIPEE!!
Thanks again for everything. For future applicant’s my advice would be to really focus on team/group experiences in all aspects of their life.
Carole, simply… Thank you
U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
This is what I received today –
Washington, D.C. 20535
Special Agent Phase II
Congratulations, you achieved a
passing score on the Special Agent Selection Process (SASP) Phase II.
Under the current SASP, your scores will never expire. You have clearly
differentiated yourself, and the FBI encourages your continued participation in the
I just got the email today. It’s
been exactly two weeks. I can’t thank you enough for your training. Holy cow
were you right about how useful morphing would be, and also having two stories
per factor. But MORE importantly – at least with MY interview – the 5 points
about myself and “Why you want to be an agent” training was extremely
valuable. Having those two things (slightly) memorized gave me a lot o
I also took your advice
about BEING MYSELF. Two of the agents smiled during some of my stories, and one
even chuckled. I got stuck on 1-2 questions, but I morphed the heck out of my
stories. Those stories weren’t exactly perfect but they were good enough.
It was not a perfect interview –
i did get nervous and I did get stuck for a few seconds here and there – but I
would urge everyone sitting for this interview to just show confidence…even
if they have to FAKE IT. Your advice to just give them a story when I get stuck
could be more true. Just GIVE A STORY.
Thank you again. Definitely worth the investment. Hands down.
! I want to thank you for your guidance, encouragement,
and “tough love” on my writing samples and verbal practice sessions.
I am so excited for this next chapter of my professional
MALE (SENT FROM QUANTICO)
is massively delayed but I wanted to let you know I got the offer and have been
at Quantico for the last few weeks. There were some delays (as expected), but I
made it. I couldn’t have gotten this far without your help too so thank you