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Conrad
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Re: Working for the USPTO
« Reply #480 on: Aug 7th, 2006, 11:25am »
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Thank you Guest!
 
I have a few more questions based on your response, but have had trouble posting messages that are longer.  It keeps recognizing it as spam.  I will get back to you with some follow-up questions in the future.
 
Thanks again,
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Re: Working for the USPTO
« Reply #481 on: Aug 8th, 2006, 8:21am »
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Thanks for the reply again.  As far as the technical-based questions , will they basically be trying to test my overall scientific knowledge.  Could you please clarify so that I am on the same page.  As far as non-technical based question, could you please provide me with a few examples.  Thank you!
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Re: Working for the USPTO
« Reply #482 on: Aug 8th, 2006, 8:26am »
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In addition, I forgot to add a few more comments.  
 
In your recent post you stated to get my resume in the hands of an SPE.  First off, I realize this is probably a dumb question, but what does SPE stand for and how do I get my resume in their hands.  Through a USPTO career fair?
 
Also, you stated that the life science positions are very competative.  I graduated with a BS in 2001 with a GPA=3.98  and I will be graduating in Dec 2006 with a PhD from UMD's doctorate program with a GPA=3.8.  With these GPAs, and other awards/achievements and excellent recommendations, do you consider me competative for a position.  Could you offer any suggestions as to how I could strengthen my resume and chances of obtaining a USPTO patent examiner position.  Thank you!
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Re: Working for the USPTO
« Reply #483 on: Aug 8th, 2006, 3:55pm »
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on Aug 8th, 2006, 8:26am, SeanUMD wrote:
In addition, I forgot to add a few more comments.  
 
In your recent post you stated to get my resume in the hands of an SPE.  First off, I realize this is probably a dumb question, but what does SPE stand for and how do I get my resume in their hands.  Through a USPTO career fair?
 
Also, you stated that the life science positions are very competative.  I graduated with a BS in 2001 with a GPA=3.98  and I will be graduating in Dec 2006 with a PhD from UMD's doctorate program with a GPA=3.8.  With these GPAs, and other awards/achievements and excellent recommendations, do you consider me competative for a position.  Could you offer any suggestions as to how I could strengthen my resume and chances of obtaining a USPTO patent examiner position.  Thank you!

 
lol, you shouldn't have any problem then.  
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« Reply #484 on: Aug 8th, 2006, 4:23pm »
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on Aug 8th, 2006, 8:26am, SeanUMD wrote:
First off, I realize this is probably a dumb question, but what does SPE stand for and how do I get my resume in their hands.

 
Supervisory Patent Examiner - basically the immediate manager of a group of patent examiners.
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