Analyst

Status:
1st Year Analyst
at
Group/Division/Type: Strategy and Operations
City:

Chicago, IL
United States

Interviewed: May 2014

Overall experience

Neutral

Difficulty

Difficult

General Interview Information

Outcome

No Offer

Interview Source

Employee Referral

Length of Process

2-3 months

Interview Details

What did the interview consist of?
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Skills Test
Background Check
Please describe the interview / hiring process.
The process took far to long in my eyes. I was pushed on to the superday at the company after the initial phone screening, but that took place nearly two months afterwards. There was the basic one-on-one interview with behavioral and fitting questions. Also, there was a one-on-one interview that included a case question which consisted of finding the more profitable company. In the end, there was also a math and essay test to take. It can be compared to an SAT/ACT format. Not increasingly difficult, but a little over the top for a 1st year analyst position. Conclusion: Difficult because of the length and tasks required from the interview process.

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Est Annual Revenue:
$10bn+

Industry: Other

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