FREE FBI Special Agent Situational Test Questions and Answers
Disappearances are a fact of life, whether caused by war, migration, or natural disasters. Unfortunately, some missing people have yet to be found. A common misconception is that a person must be missing for at least 24 hours before being legally declared missing, but this is rarely the case. When there is evidence of violence or an unusual absence, law enforcement agencies frequently emphasize the importance of starting an investigation as soon as possible. However, it is critical not to give up hope and to remember that not everyone who is missing is presumed dead.
It CANNOT be validly concluded from the above information that:
Immigrants arrive in the United States from all over the world. Legal immigrants from Europe, Asia, and Africa are the most common. Unfortunately, South American immigrants are more likely to enter the country illegally. Immigrants from Europe, Asia, and Africa are more likely to be educated and healthy. South American immigrants are more likely to be uneducated and/or to have health issues.
Which of the following statements about immigrants can be reasonably inferred from this passage?
Taxation is the most common way for a government to raise funds. Even if citizens approve of how the government spends its money, they usually do everything they can to reduce the taxes they must pay. Deductions and donations to charitable organizations are legal ways for citizens to reduce the amount of taxes they must pay. Unfortunately, some citizens will resort to illegal means to pay less tax, such as lying about their taxable income. Assume Gary wishes to reduce the amount of taxes he must pay.
Latent (invisible) fingerprints are formed when the body's natural oils and sweat are deposited onto another surface; however, they are not readily visible, and detection often requires fingerprint powders, chemical reagents, or alternate light sources.
Based on the information presented above, it is reasonable to conclude:
Sheila, your manager, tells you in a meeting that she intends to broaden the scope of responsibilities that your unit handles. "For starters, I want the unit to work on a new task," she says. It necessitates collaboration with some of the other units, and I believe it will serve as an excellent introduction to the new areas of responsibility. We'll meet next week to go over it more thoroughly, but I'd like you to go over some information first. I'll email you the details later today." As you read through the material Sheila sends you, you notice that some of the other units' work processes are unfamiliar to you, even though you understand your part. You are still unsure about your collaboration with them. Some aspects of the task, however, require your immediate attention.
Your team is well behind on deadlines. However, everyone is making an effort, working fast, and staying extra hours to close the gap. Coffee breaks are kept to a minimum, as people try to stay at their desks and work. After a team meeting about the subject, Kyle, the newest team member, apologizes to you and says that due to his inexperience, he doesn’t manage to meet deadlines and feels that he is keeping the team behind and is letting you down.
Which is the best response to begin with?
It's the end of a long day in which you and your entire team worked extra hard and even stayed an extra two hours. You're exhausted but pleased with your results and teamwork. When you go through your emails, you find the following email from Mandy, one of your employees:
"I'm so tired of working for you. A REAL supervisor would never allow such a bad day to happen. We would not have had to stay late or cancel after-work plans if you had planned ahead of time. Because of these long days, I barely see my family! And you don't even express gratitude or provide feedback. You don't care about people; you exploit our efforts."