Interview Advice from Scott Morris - 2nd round Interviews

Happy New Year WSO -

As January is typically a busy interviewing time for young professionals, I asked Scott Morris to provide some interview advice. In this Q&A, Scott shares how to follow-up after your first round interview, and if you get a second round, what to expect.

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Hope this Q&A is helpful and for all those getting ready for interviews - good luck!

-WSM

Comments (5)

Jan 6, 2011

Kid on the left is getting much better at these. Not too informative, but nice to watch. Thanks!

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Jan 6, 2011

I agree on the first part. On the second part, I see what you're saying, but I do think it's good hearing slightly different things from different people, even if it's not completely new. Every perspective we get on the process helps us just that much more.

Nice one, thanks Chris!

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Jan 7, 2011
Denver Monkeyannabe:

I agree on the first part. On the second part, I see what you're saying, but I do think it's good hearing slightly different things from different people, even if it's not completely new. Every perspective we get on the process helps us just that much more.

Nice one, thanks Chris!

+1

patternfinder:

Of course, I would just buy in scales.

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Jan 8, 2011

Another great interview. I wonder if you guys prep these beforehand.

Jan 8, 2011

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