I've been lurking on this site a little bit, and I have learned a lot, but I haven't posted much. I'm a junior double majoring in applied math and economics at a to a top 20, non-target school, and I have a first round phone interview with Goldman Sachs Securities next week.
Most people whom I have talked to interviewed with GS for investment banking, and they told me that their interviews were mainly fit interviews. If any of you guys have had an experience with GS Securities interviews, are their first rounds more technical, or is it a soft, fit interview?
I have also never interviewed with a BB before, so what else should I expect? I should be fine with brain teasers, probability, bayes theorem, other math...etc, but I am more worried about what they are looking for as far as fit.
If any of you guys have some suggestions, I would love to hear them. Thanks for answering, and if you have any further questions, please let me know!