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JOThompson wrote:Grades are very important, but a lowish GPA isn't the deathknell of your application. Anecdotal, but the agent who interviewed me said he made it in with ~3.0.
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Thanks, Mikey. Are you going to Iowa? If so, how do you like it?
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Didn't feel like starting another thread, and this one seems fine for the question. I know the FBI stations agents in many offices overseas, how exactly does that work? Will they only send more experienced agents overseas, or is it based on knowledge of the culture and the proficiency one has of the language.
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