Thank you for not going easy on me and I can agree with another former client that I felt that they could not have been harder to impress than you. Thanks for everything from the 5 points, to critiquing countless stories, and working on such a short deadline. But most importantly, thank you for believing and instilling the much needed confidence.
Just wanted to let you know that I received the notification yesterday that I passed the Phase 2; I felt a HUGE weight lift off my shoulders right after I got the call. I attribute the success to your thorough preparation, so I just want to say THANK YOU. I can’t tell you enough how great this feels, and I know you were a big part of it. Your story critiques, along with the exercise to identify what factor they were looking for, really helped me during the interview. I had an answer ready for every one of their questions within about 5 seconds after being asked; a few stories were morphed and I had to have one question repeated, but nonetheless I was able to use almost every one of the examples you critiqued as an answer.
Before the test lots of people seemed neverous and a little anxiouss, and afterwards a few had a bewildered-ish look, but going in I felt completely calm and prepared. I took your advice about not pontificating and just letting my full personality show through; almost every story and 2 of the 3 members smiling or nodding, and a couple times I got a laugh from all 3.
Hands down I will recommend you to anyone else going up for the Phase 2. Thank you again! If you need anything from me, please don’t hesistate to ask!
I hired your help way back in November of last year, in order to prepare for the FBI’s Phase II interview. I believe I contacted you after I passed, but I wanted to let you know (mainly because I’m just so excited I want to tell everybody!) that I FINALLY have a class date!
I am super, duper excited; it feels like my stomach has been jazzercising nonstop since I found out.
Anyway, I will always believe that you were instrumental in helping me pass my interview. For that I am extremely grateful and wanted to thank you again.“““““““““““““““““`
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
This email is almost 7 years late (found it when cleaning out old emails). I still want to say thank you! As a result of using your program and the time you spent rehearsing with me, I accomplished my dream to become an Agent. I apologize for not thanking you seven years ago when I was hired.
You’re the best.
Just wanted to let you know that I found out that I passed Phase II! From the field office that I applied out of, myself and the other candidate that used you were the only ones to pass, so that’s good news. The 5 points were a life-saver, and I do agree with your comment that it’s important to walk in smiling and being confident. Before I started using your program I was making my own stories, but they lacked the necessary detail, particularly with the “results” portion. Working with you really helped develop that aspect of my stories. Thanks for the help. It was definitely worth it!
The long waited moment finally came. I just got called by my Applicant Coordinator letting me know that I passed Phase 2!!! I almost can’t believe it.
I want to thank you wholeheartedly for all the help and guidance you gave me. After going through the interview, I know that there would’ve been no way I would’ve been as prepared and probably wouldn’t have passed without you. You shaped my stories and guided me to think a certain way.
Money well spent. Thank you again for all the help you gave me!
I passed. Thank you for the preparation and feedback. Your preparation was paramount to my success in Phase II. Lots of morphing, but with good preparation it was a cake walk. The agents were very professional and the interview was at wonderful venue. Keep up the good work!!
Well, guess what? I passed! I can not tell you enough THANK YOU. I honestly would not have had a clue how to prepare for this interview without your guidance and teaching. You clearly know what you’re talking about. The way in which you had me orchestrate my stories according to the key factors was absolutely beneficial. Just as you suggested, for every question asked, I immediately went to my little book in my head and picked out the story I had prepared for that factor they were looking for because no matter how they worded the question, I knew from your teaching, that they were asking it with a “key factor” in mind. You were awesome and yeah, I performed well but I performed what you had taught me and because of that, I am grateful!
The advice I would give future applicants is to be keep calm and interview on. Practice your stories and memorize the key factors. It was much much more relaxed than expected. Take your time, and really think about the factor they are going for. Once you realize what factor the interviewers are looking for, just pick the story you had prepared for it and tell it to them. My interviewers were very engaging and made it like a normal conversation.
I just wanted to drop you a short note letting you know that on Friday I heard from the Applicant Coordinator. He called to congratulate me on passing the phase two process.
Needless to say this was a tremendous relief because when I was done with the interview portion of Phase two, I called my wife and told her that I totally went down in flames during the interview.
In the end out of the 16 of us that attended the Phase Two panel eight passed. I am confident that had it not been for your system there would have been 9 of us that failed to Pass Phase Two.