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Path to Foreign Service is on Facebook

Path to Foreign Service is now on Facebook!

I am super excited by this new development for the blog and I hope you will “like” the page.

You can do so by either going directly to the page or by liking the box below or to the right:

There are three main reasons for linking a Facebook account to the website.

  1. There are many articles, photos, and other pieces of information on the Foreign Service I find of interest and Facebook is a great outlet to share it instead of using the blog.
  2. As of September 2014, 71% of online adults use Facebook (Pew Research Center). That’s just a staggering number! I have a twitter account connected to the blog, but only 23% of online adults use it, and I want to reach as many people as possible! Facebook is also a great way for those who like the blog to keep up with new posts and have it show up on your feed automatically.
  3. I am trying to grow the pFS community as much as possible! We have a shared interest in the Foreign Service and by working, networking, and collaborating with one another we will succeed in either becoming an Officer and/or improving our general knowledge of the Service.

I hope you will join me on Facebook! I look forward to seeing you there.

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4 thoughts on “Path to Foreign Service is on Facebook”

  1. I’m part of the 29% – I was briefly on facebook and quit after about 2 years.

    Did you get your 2015 test rescored and did it help? I just got results from my June FSOT – I passed the multiple choice with 171 but got 5 of 12 on the essay (6 required)! I already called Pearson for the $30 rescore request.

    1. Hi Jenn! I passed the June 2016 FSOT. I think you made the right decision for the rescore! The test is free so might as well try! A delay of a few months is much better than a delay of a year in continuing with the process. I hope you receive good feedback!

      1. that’s awesome! I have passed it before, even passed all 3 sections of the in person interview in 2004 (didn’t score high enough to get past the back-up list). I was pretty disappointed in my score on the essay – I know it was short but I thought well structured – I found typing on the Pearson computers to be annoyingly slow and twitchy. I couldn’t see the full page of what I was typing very well.

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