5/30/10

Some say take it seriously. Others treat it as a 6 week party. What's the reality? Are we not ranked and tested on a weekly basis. How do our staffers and evaluators use these test scores? In general, what is your advice for making the most out of my bank's training program?

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5/30/10

This is a great topic...i am interested as well

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5/30/10

Absolutely. Interested as well - from what I heard it's somewhere in the middle, good 6 week party to network with colleagues plus some good recap of CF stuff. If you have business background, I'd imagine you'll be more focused on the first part.

5/30/10

My bank will have "competency tests", but I've been told you can consult with other people and the instructor. One of my future coworkers said they do throw a lot of info at you that's specific to the bank and your group/job and MD's were pissed when kids didn't know their shit. Also at least 2 of the weeks will be "shadowing" an analyst and at the end they take the training wheels off.

6/1/10

bump

6/1/10
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