Anonymous User wrote:Yeah, I just went back and reread the Avue post and realized that "we'll all know by Nov. 17th" meant that the poster thinks we'll know whether we're finalists or not. But that's not true:
The post says finalists will be identified by Nov. 17th. To me that sounds like "identified by the DOJ internally." And she goes on to say that finalists won't see a status change online (though Civil and Antitrust and some Immigration people have been moved to finalist).
So if you go by what she wrote, you won't know anything more by the 17th than you knew before.
So, there are two sets of people with angst here.
First (and this is my group) are the people not identified as finalists online. We'll at least know whether we're rejectified or not by (a little after) the 17th (since she said those not selected as finalists will be told soon thereafter). I assume that's what my set's concerned with.
Second (and I assume this is your group) are the people already identified as finalists online. You will also learn something (a little after) the 17th if you aren't rejectified. Meaning that you're a finalist as Avue person defines it (either hired or an alternate - although who knows what kind of chance an alternate has).