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    Curious to know whether anyone has heard anything from GS or JPM since they applied
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    Anyone done the DB numerical or the UBS numerical?

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    (Original post by Acqua)
    Curious to know whether anyone has heard anything from GS or JPM since they applied
    Nothing but only applied last week.

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    (Original post by cooldudeman)
    Anyone done the DB numerical or the UBS numerical?

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    Done UBS. Going to submit DB tonight/tomorrow.

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    (Original post by cooldudeman)
    Anyone done the DB numerical or the UBS numerical?

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    Did both.
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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    Nothing but only applied last week.

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    I see, I applied more or less a month ago to both. It doesn't look good for me since at GS they review applications on a rolling basis (unless by rolling basis they mean once a month or something)
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    Does anyone know if there is a screening before DB invite you to do the numerical test? On the email I got it said: "Congratulations! We are delighted to inform you that your application has been progressed to the next stage of the assessment process." However that only took about 6 hours so I have some doubts.
    Also does anyone know the actual process bit by bit?
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    Done UBS. Going to submit DB tonight/tomorrow.

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    Did both.
    Can you guys please give me tips?
    Which webs should i use to practise? Are they both shl?

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    For jpmorgan, can people who graduated earlier thid year apply for full time analyst program? It says you have to be a final yr student but I'm not doing a masters or anything.

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    (Original post by cooldudeman)
    Can you guys please give me tips?
    Which webs should i use to practise? Are they both shl?

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    Deutsche is Kenexa. 18 questions, 25 min. Not hard at all, only a bit tight on time.
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    (Original post by tarmangue)
    Deutsche is Kenexa. 18 questions, 25 min. Not hard at all, only a bit tight on time.
    Are you sure? That 18 in 25 sounds like the SHL format. Kenexa is normally 20 in 20.

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    (Original post by tarmangue)
    Deutsche is Kenexa. 18 questions, 25 min. Not hard at all, only a bit tight on time.
    I did the practice for DB numerical but it seemed exactly like the pwc practice which was shl.

    You sure it was konexa

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    (Original post by cooldudeman)
    I did the practice for DB numerical but it seemed exactly like the pwc practice which was shl.

    You sure it was konexa

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    Not 100%, read it somewhere, trying to find the source.
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    (Original post by tarmangue)
    Deutsche is Kenexa. 18 questions, 25 min. Not hard at all, only a bit tight on time.
    I do apologise, it is in fact SHL.
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    I graduated earlier this yr and I'm not doing masters. Can i apply to the full time roles for these banks like JPM? Cuz they say u gotta be on the final yr of uni.

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    Is there a list anywhere of when each banks open up applications? Or just require going through this thread?
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    (Original post by cooldudeman)
    I graduated earlier this yr and I'm not doing masters. Can i apply to the full time roles for these banks like JPM? Cuz they say u gotta be on the final yr of uni.
    Yes you can apply. 2017 roles are intended for those who are currently in their last year of uni, so will be finished by Autumn 2017, or those who have graduated already.*
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    (Original post by cooldudeman)
    I graduated earlier this yr and I'm not doing masters. Can i apply to the full time roles for these banks like JPM? Cuz they say u gotta be on the final yr of uni.

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    Most say either final year, or within 1 year of graduating.
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    What opportunities do I have? (Y13)

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    (Original post by swellow5)
    What opportunities do I have? (Y13)

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    Insight days/programmes.
 
 
 
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