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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Lol, who really cares about uni first years tho
    Good point but I don't want to fail either way if I want to apply for a summer internship if I need to.
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    (Original post by MaGeehkaal)
    lol so i can rejected by PWC but have an interview invite at Goldman Sachs?
    PwC has psychometric test whereas Goldman doesn't, that could be one reason, another is they're looking for different skills too. Anyway, well done on getting the interview, all the best!
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    (Original post by Razina17)
    Good point but I don't want to fail either way if I want to apply for a summer internship if I need to.
    As a current second year, I can tell you that it takes quite a lot to fail a year, I think only 5 people out of 250 people failed last year on my course. You will be fine.
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    (Original post by Razina17)
    Good point but I don't want to fail either way if I want to apply for a summer internship if I need to.
    Convert a spring and you're good to go.. but fair enough. My advice isn't wise.
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    Nice! Congrats to your BAML offer. Only place I got rejected so far post interview...

    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Cool, int applicant. I study Cass Business School, London.
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    As a current second year, I can tell you that it takes quite a lot to fail a year, I think only 5 people out of 250 people failed last year on my course. You will be fine.
    inb4 school full of nerds. People who apply for purely maths don't know what failure is mate.
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    (Original post by paradeplatz)
    Nice! Congrats to your BAML offer. Only place I got rejected so far post interview...
    Sorry to hear that, did you ask for feedback?
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    (Original post by paradeplatz)
    Which rank did your interviewer have? VP? My interview was heavily focused on his industry teams and on the deals he closed.
    vp. mine shortly introduced himself and told me few things about his recent work. the rest was competency based. maybe it really depends on the person who interviews.
    kinda unfair
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Sorry to hear that, did you ask for feedback?
    sorry might be a stupid question but is it "appropriate" to ask your interviewer why you were rejected? thought about asking mine.
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    (Original post by Emily941)
    sorry might be a stupid question but is it "appropriate" to ask your interviewer why you were rejected? thought about asking mine.
    I would personally word it in a different way and ask where they thought I was weakest during the interview, so I could know where to improve for the future.
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    (Original post by Emily941)
    sorry might be a stupid question but is it "appropriate" to ask your interviewer why you were rejected? thought about asking mine.
    Ask for some feedback yeah. Don't say why was I rejected though.

    "Hi x,

    Thank you for considering my application. I was wondering whether you could offer me some feedback etc.. etc.. "
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I would personally word it in a different way and ask where they thought I was weakest during the interview, so I could know where to improve for the future.
    of course, i shortened my answer. thank you!
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Ask for some feedback yeah. Don't say why was I rejected though.

    "Hi x,

    Thank you for considering my application. I was wondering whether you could offer me some feedback etc.. etc.. "

    sounds good, thank you!
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    (Original post by paradeplatz)
    Nope. On phone. No competencies at all. Some tough technicals. Some in-depth question about GS.
    Hi mate! What kind of in-depth GS questions did you get?
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    GS securities interview.
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    GS and Rothschild are really scaring me now...
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    (Original post by IB Fanboy)
    Guys, just gotten a Rothschild interview this friday - any ways/suggestions to prep?

    My first interview, so I have no prior experience with spring week interviews. If anyone can share their exp or suggestions, I will be extremely grateful!

    Many thanks,
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    Rothschild interview
    Did you guys get the invite by phone or email?
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    (Original post by DXG)
    Did you guys get the invite by phone or email?
    Email
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    Anyone applied for JPM winning women programme?? I had an interview with them but have not heard back since :/


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