November 2008 U.S. Foreign Service Officer Test

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The U.S. Foreign Service is a career like no other; every day U.S. Foreign Service Officers (FSOs) represent the United States to the world, promoting peace, stability and prosperity.  We welcome your interest in this challenging, unique work where you can be involved in the important issues of the world, where you can contribute, and make a difference.

  
The Guide to the Foreign Service Officer Selection Process (263kb, available athttp://careers.state.gov/docs/3.0_FSO_RegGuide.pdf ) is provided for informational purposes only and contains information regarding registration for the test, sample test and essay questions, testing for individuals with disabilities, how to prepare for the test, as well as explanations of the different career tracks and life in the Foreign Service.

The next U.S. Foreign Service Officer Test will be offered at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo on November 6-7, 2008.   

In Japan, the Embassy and Consulates will offer the FSOT according to the following schedule. 

     Fukuoka    November 6-7
     Nagoya    November 6-7 
     Naha    not available
     Osaka    November 7
     Sapporo    November 6
     Tokyo    November 6-7

To register, please go to http://careers.state.gov/officer/register.html

  
Please note the following deadlines:

October 23, 11:59 p.m. (U.S. Central Standard Time):  Deadline for candidates intending to test overseas to submit a completed Registration Package.  

October 27, 11:59 p.m. (U.S. Central Standard Time):  Deadline for candidates intending to test overseas to schedule a test seat.  

October 29, 11:59 p.m. (U.S. Central Standard Time):  Deadline for candidates intending to test in the U.S. to submit a completed Registration Package.  

Seat scheduling for the November test began on September 24 for candidates who have completed their Registration Package.  

For more information, visit the following website: 
http://careers.state.gov/officer/register.html

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