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    (Original post by welcometoib)
    just like with ms, if you do econ/finance, prepare techs.
    I study Business Administration... tough I haven't had any "finance-relevant" subjects yet... Do you think I have to prepare for technical questions as well? :-( I always inform myself about big issues but I wouldn't say I'm totally up-to-date.
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    anyone heard from jpm ibd? any offers/rejections this week?
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    [QUOTE=Abdul-Karim;53073461]Congratulations, what division have you applied for?

    finance
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    Anyone who did the RBS interview, were there any questions on commercial awareness?
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    Still nothing from CS or GS.

    Didn't want a SW anyway, pfft.
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    (Original post by Emily941)
    anyone heard from jpm ibd? any offers/rejections this week?
    I have an offer for jpm ib&risk.
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    My GS says completely competency based aswell, hoping for no technicals even though i study a finance related degree.
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    Model an LBO and the potential exit multiples by each industry you know...

    (Original post by ^ForTheDream^)
    Hi mate! What kind of in-depth GS questions did you get?
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    Could anyone tell me the dates for CS IBD, Equities and Fixed Income? GS is going to be from the 7-17th of april, hopefully they dont clash if one recieve offers from both.
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    (Original post by Mralpha)
    Could anyone tell me the dates for CS IBD, Equities and Fixed Income? GS is going to be from the 7-17th of april, hopefully they dont clash if one recieve offers from both.
    first week is 23-27 march, second week is 13-17 how you prepping for cs? and **** gs, if i get two separate sws between 7-17th what would i do then :confused:
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    (Original post by paradeplatz)
    Model an LBO and the potential exit multiples by each industry you know...
    Did you know the answer to these?

    Lol, I couldn't answer them.
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    At the end of my interview, I was asked if I had any other interviews/ offers. I told her I had an offer (accepted), but that it didn't clash with the SW I'm interviewing for now. Besides that, I feel good about my performance.

    Do you think any bank would reject you for the above mentioned reason? The wait for offer/ rejection post-interview isn't too pleasant.

    Edit: My offer is at a higher ranked bank (I said the bank's name)
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    (Original post by welcometoib)
    first week is 27-30, second week is 13-17 how you prepping for cs? and **** gs, if i get two separate sws between 7-17th what would i do then :confused:
    Thanks! I am going to prep for CS between the 26th-29th after my interview with GS. Hopefully I wont get any technicals since my main study is within engineering, even though I also study econ at a different uni. Gotta hope for the best
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    (Original post by limpan142)
    At the end of my interview, I was asked if I had any other interviews/ offers. I told her I had an offer (accepted), but that it didn't clash with the SW I'm interviewing for now. Besides that, I feel good about my performance.

    Do you think any bank would reject you for the above mentioned reason? The wait for offer/ rejection post-interview isn't too pleasant.

    Edit: My offer is at a higher ranked bank (I said the bank's name)
    which bank?

    ive been asked that at end of my ints as well, i thought initially it sounded bad but it just really means they keep note of it and will come back quicker
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    (Original post by limpan142)
    At the end of my interview, I was asked if I had any other interviews/ offers. I told her I had an offer (accepted), but that it didn't clash with the SW I'm interviewing for now. Besides that, I feel good about my performance.

    Do you think any bank would reject you for the above mentioned reason? The wait for offer/ rejection post-interview isn't too pleasant.

    Edit: My offer is at a higher ranked bank (I said the bank's name)
    I think its good, just gives them another reason to pick you. Rivalry between banks you know.
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    (Original post by snowwhite_123)
    I have an offer for jpm ib&risk.
    when was your interview? and when did you receive your offer?
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    How many interview stages are there at GS Securities div?
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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.
    Thanks that made me feel better
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Convert a spring and you're good to go.. but fair enough. My advice isn't wise.
    lol don't worry I see where you are getting at
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    (Original post by limpan142)
    At the end of my interview, I was asked if I had any other interviews/ offers. I told her I had an offer (accepted), but that it didn't clash with the SW I'm interviewing for now. Besides that, I feel good about my performance.

    Do you think any bank would reject you for the above mentioned reason? The wait for offer/ rejection post-interview isn't too pleasant.

    Edit: My offer is at a higher ranked bank (I said the bank's name)
    After all of my interviews I told them about all my other offers and have gotten the place. They do 'like' when you have other offers as it means you are a good candidate, dedicated etc.
 
 
 
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