Interviewed at US Marine Corps
Interview Details – The Recruiter was extremely helpful, but people have widely varying experiences. Take the time to verify what you're told online or with friends; a very few recruiters will lie, but, as in my case, many of them just aren't that familiar with the ins and outs of the position you're looking at. I ended up doing something very different than what I signed up for. The Recruiters will get you through everything as far as admin goes, but you'll have to score well on the asvab, then pass the dlab. If there's a way to prepare for the dlab I don't know what it is. The test mostly has you learning mini languages to apply to 4 or 5 questions and seeing how well you can pick up on the new grammatical rules, words, etc and from that how much meaning you can glean from a passage.
Interview Question – The dlab View Answer
Negotiation Details – Easy, most recruiters will go out of their way to get a linguist
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 months - interviewed at US Marine Corps in September 2009.
Interview Details – hiring process is very long and detailed. they need to know everything about you and get you prepared for bootcamp
Interview Question – they give you a complete test Answer Question
Negotiation Details – there was none
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