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    Which ones don't have the numerical/verbal tests?Think it was said earlier in the thread but wasn't sure if those were the ones that did or didn't have them!
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    (Original post by bobb99998)
    https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/search_engin...sting_code=318

    yes?

    you say tweak the search for insight programs which options did you press I can only see intern NOT insight
    "early year"

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    (Original post by tazza ma razza)
    hahaha yh man i knew about bny, wanted to keep that on the dl cos several of our mates got that :') i'll pm you a few links today or tomorrow btw re 1st yr SA

    So is the barclays one general seo member or for the fast track members only?
    No idea actually, maybe ask gr8wiz

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    blackrock

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    Are you sure its open? I can see summer but not spring?
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    (Original post by astone96)
    Which ones don't have the numerical/verbal tests?Think it was said earlier in the thread but wasn't sure if those were the ones that did or didn't have them!
    BNPP/GS/JPM/Nomura/Barclays and HSBC is now just a situational judgement test, not a numerical.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    The sandwich course is optional anyway, so if you want to apply this year - apply.

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    Nah at my uni its compulsory. You need to have extenuating circumstances
    to not do it and even then only the dean of the uni can exempt you from it. But I really wanna just apply anyways because if I get a first in my first year I'm 100% transferring to another uni.
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    (Original post by queenofdarkness)
    Nah at my uni its compulsory. You need to have extenuating circumstances
    to not do it and even then only the dean of the uni can exempt you from it. But I really wanna just apply anyways because if I get a first in my first year I'm 100% transferring to another uni.
    Ah, fair game. Heard of people doing that so go ahead, but you'd need to put 2019 down as the grad date.

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    Is everyone just putting down 1st (Expected) for university grade?
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Ah, fair game. Heard of people doing that so go ahead, but you'd need to put 2019 down as the grad date.

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    But there's my dilemma..say I don't get the first needed to transfer so I'm stuck doing the four year course at my current uni it looks as if I'm lying...I would think that the recruitment teams wouldn't really give much of a crap(well I hope)
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    (Original post by queenofdarkness)
    But there's my dilemma..say I don't get the first needed to transfer so I'm stuck doing the four year course at my current uni it looks as if I'm lying...I would think that the recruitment teams wouldn't really give much of a crap(well I hope)
    Nah, people 'change their mind' to do four year courses all the time and reapply to SWs. So not much of a risk, but generally I'd advise waiting to people with four yr programmes because you can really build up your CV in that extra year of prep.

    Recruitment knows this happens.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    No idea actually, maybe ask gr8wiz

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    hsbc has a first yr summer you apply to, as does bny mellon

    barclays is only if you're a member of SEO and get picked for, do and excel at their spring week. normally 5-10 or so folks picked for the first yr scheme.


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    First year at my program who got offer from Barclays doing summer the same year. He/she got it through spring week and is not a member of SEO.
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    Does Noruma do a technology SW? if so, I cannot find it??

    thx!
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    (Original post by Aran2121)
    Does Noruma do a technology SW? if so, I cannot find it??

    thx!
    sw is for all divisions

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    BNPP/GS/JPM/Nomura/Barclays and HSBC is now just a situational judgement test, not a numerical.

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    Nomura has a numerical test.
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    (Original post by Vegan_)
    Nomura has a numerical test.
    Ffs, another changed process. Cheers for the heads up.

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Ffs, another changed process. Cheers for the heads up.

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    and a logic test
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    (Original post by chrisidialu)
    and a logic test
    Cheers. Looks like it's just Barc/JPM/GS confirmed with no tests (barc has a weird new thing but isn't timed). BNPP could change now too, who even knows.

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    (Original post by chrisidialu)
    and a logic test
    Is this an automatic one after the numerical? (I haven't taken the numerical yet)
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Ffs, another changed process. Cheers for the heads up.

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    Ugh ikr np dude
 
 
 
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