JP Morgan Investment Banking Junior Analyst

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Hey,

Has anyone heard back or received an online interview from JP Morgan Investment Banking Junior Analyst role? It says that my application is submitted and I did an online test in December but haven't heard back anything since then? Have they already given out interviews?

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Jan 4, 2019

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Jan 4, 2019

I have the same thing on my application. The next step will be "HireVue" for some locations, if selected.
I heard that the initial screening process begins the week of 1/7.

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Jan 4, 2019

Hope I can at least get the first round interview. Do you know anything the application process? Like how qualified are the candidates compared to general investment banking candidates and how long does the entire process take

Jan 4, 2019

Typical process is online interview -> 1 or 2 phone interviews -> Superday

It's a pretty slow process. Last year the Superday wasn't until March.

It's actually still really competitive, and the quality of candidates is high. At the end of the day, it's still JPM and an opportunity to be placed in some really solid groups (M&A, HC, etc.).

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Jan 4, 2019

From what I understand; the process consists of "HireVue" interviews (for selective locations), then approximately 1-2 "phone interviews" (both behavioral and technical), which ultimately concludes with an in-office "super day". Therefore, you can consider each step as a different interview "round".

There is some variability with the aforementioned process between respective location preferences (i.e. New York City, Boston).

The pertinent candidates qualifications were still relatively heightened with regards to school reputation, personability, and experience. The respective differences between "typical" investment banking candidates have usually resided in selected majors (i.e. history, political science), GPA (i.e. 3.20+), and work experience. There is still an expectation of some rudimentary fundamental and technical abilities, which will be tested during the PI and SD.

Greed is Good

Jan 4, 2019

Wouldn't most people already have offers by late February/March? I feel like it would be too risky to decline any other received by then :( Hell i feel like everyone at my school already have FT offers.

Jan 4, 2019

The length of process ultimately varies from location to location. There were some individuals that were extended offers in early February. There were also others that did not receive offers until late March.

They will notify you by late January (or early February) if you have been invited to the super day/on-sight interviews. This indicates their serious commitment towards "junior analyst" candidates and a high probability that you will receive a FT (or deferred) offer.

Greed is Good

Jan 4, 2019

It really seems like a great opportunity. I really hope I will be given a chance. btw, if you dont mind me asking, are you from a target school?

Jan 4, 2019

A semi target.

Although I knew 5 people that went through the process (and received offers) from non target schools.

Greed is Good

Jan 7, 2019

Did any hear back anything from them yet? Or know someone who has?

Jan 9, 2019

Anyone receive an interview yet?

Jan 9, 2019

Yes, I already conducted the Hirevue.

Greed is Good

Jan 10, 2019

When did you receive an interview for hirevue? And when did you apply?

Jan 9, 2019