They didn't say what grade was needed. They usually go by the highest grade first and then work down the list. Apparently there were enough people that scored higher than me that they chose. Atleast I am still on the list if some choose not to take the job. HA HA in this economy, highly unlikely.
No, I had to answer a questionaire about my experience and education and I only received a 83. I thought it was strange that I was graded on that. I guess that is how it works for that part of the government.
I also received a reply for a position I applied for at the Social Security Administration, they said I qualified but I wasn't the most qualified so I wasn't referred. They said they would keep my name on the list if they needed more people. I believe I would of gotten a higher score if I had my degree.
Hi Michelle, good luck on your term paper. I have one that is due after next week. It only a twelve pages and its on an analysis of my policy recommendation on a monetary policy for my money and banking class. I hope to find full time employment after I graduate. I received one phone call for a customer service rep in a Healthcare facility, he said he would pass my resume onto his supervisor. Does that mean he didn't like the pre-interview?