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Have you ever thought about being a Foreign Service Officer? Are you thinking of taking the Foreign Service Officer Test? Maybe you are thinking of a career change and you think this role is the kind of thing that you would love to try, because you want to do something for your country; and think you have what it takes to promote peace, support prosperity, and protect American citizens and advance US interests abroad. Then this is the thing for you!
 
Do you want to represent the US? Are you passionate about public service? Are you looking for a romantic opportunity where you can work and immerse yourself in other customs, cultures, languages and meet people of different nations? If you are salivating for such delicious prospects, then savour these quizzes and see if you have what it takes to cream the Foreign Service Officer Test with flying colors.
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FSOT - Sample Job Knowledge Test Beware of the typos! They're there to keep you on your toes.  OK, not really. Just keep an eye out and let me know.

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    Treaties must be approved by



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    What are the 5 reasons listed in the Preamble of the Constitution for the formation of the Constitution?



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    Before a case can be heard by a court, it must have all but one of the following.  The one condition that need not be present is:



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    While on a trip to Greece, Janet decides to purchase a pair of shoes that cost 6,274 Drachmas.  If each U.S. dollar is worth 200.5 Drachmas, what is the price of the shoes in U.S. dollars?



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    Based on supply/demand economic theory, price controls on the supply of wheat during a famine would result in
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FSOT Questions & Answers


After the Vice-President, the next in line for the Presidency upon the Presidents death or disability is:
The compromise they worked out established thePresident pro temporeof the Senate as next in line after the Vice President, followed by theSpeakerof the House of Representatives. In either case, these officers were to "act as President of the Uni
Who presides over the Senate when the Vice-President is absent according to the Constitution?
This might be a confusing question especially from someone who is not from the USA. You need to be familiar with your constitution because this will make answering this question easier. In countries that follow a democratic government, the Senate pre
Which of these is not a responsibility of the Federal Reserve Board?
The Federal Reserve System began on December 23, 1913 because there were quite a few financial panics to stop financial crises. The Great Depression and the Great Recession caused the expansion of the duties of the Federal Reserve System. The Federal
What was the Trail of Tears?
The Trail of Tears was the compulsory relocation of the Cherokee Tribes from Georgia to Oklahoma in 1838, during which thousands of people died from starvation and exposure. It was the path taken by the Native Americans who were forced by the US gov
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