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    Which banks were rolling/non-rolling again? Also, is mid-November too late to send off applications?
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    (Original post by Sikhanddestroy)
    Which banks were rolling/non-rolling again? Also, is mid-November too late to send off applications?
    Only Non-rolling banks are GS and JPM (although I am not 100% sure on this one).

    Mid Nov would be slightly late yes but definitely not too late.


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    Is there a deadline within which we have to complete the BAML SJT please? Thank you
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    (Original post by economicss)
    Is there a deadline within which we have to complete the BAML SJT please? Thank you
    Within 48hrs


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    (Original post by Loolipoop)
    Within 48hrs


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    Thank you
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    Guys - does BAML review apps after you sat the test?
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    (Original post by Loolipoop)
    ICAP interview done
    MS status changed to under review
    UBS changed as well from Interview/Assessment in Progress to under review
    DB has sent two e-mails saying reviewing my application
    Rothschild and JPM under review tho status is still Test Complete/App Received



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    for J.P., Morgan Stanley and Rothschild have you had been intervitedinterviews
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    (Original post by Aran2121)
    Guys - does BAML review apps after you sat the test?
    They only review it if you pass the benchmark of the test.
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    Can I still apply to any SWs even though I'm a 1st year on a 3 year course w/ placement (so technically 4 years... graduating in 2020). Thanks.
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    (Original post by andreiwiz)
    Can I still apply to any SWs even though I'm a 1st year on a 3 year course w/ placement (so technically 4 years... graduating in 2020). Thanks.
    If you change the grad date on your applications, yh

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    I am currently a second year on a 3 year course and intend to do masters afterwards, does anyone know if banks will discriminate against my decision of not signing up straight away to a 4 year course at my uni? and I don't think all the SW forms give me an option to express my desires to do a masters afterwards so on the application they will ask me when I expect to graduate from that uni and I will have to say 2018 instead of 2019. I know I can put this on my CV and cover letter but I am worried they won't look at my application at all because I put 2018 instead of 2019. Does anyone have any experience with this?
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    (Original post by seismic cat)
    I am currently a second year on a 3 year course and intend to do masters afterwards, does anyone know if banks will discriminate against my decision of not signing up straight away to a 4 year course at my uni? and I don't think all the SW forms give me an option to express my desires to do a masters afterwards so on the application they will ask me when I expect to graduate from that uni and I will have to say 2018 instead of 2019. I know I can put this on my CV and cover letter but I am worried they won't look at my application at all because I put 2018 instead of 2019. Does anyone have any experience with this?
    Why aren't you applying for summers?

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    Because I would be graduating and can start working in 2019 and the internships want people graduating in 2018
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    (Original post by seismic cat)
    Because I would be graduating and can start working in 2019 and the internships want people graduating in 2018
    Once asked HR at a top tier EB.She said put down your expected Master course and college in the Cover Letter and briefly explained why u want to do it (I guess particularly if u r switching majors or the course could be related to the industry)


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    (Original post by seismic cat)
    Because I would be graduating and can start working in 2019 and the internships want people graduating in 2018
    Do you have a confirmed masters place?

    I don't get it, you can apply to internships twice instead of spring weeks then internships if you're not doing an integrated masters.

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    So has anyone already done the numerical for cs? In my opinion it was quite hard. I was guessing the last five because time was running up
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    I skipped straight to the finish line and got an internship at a PE investment firm for the next summer. If anyone is interested how I managed to do that, do let me know.
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    (Original post by deanshawn)
    I skipped straight to the finish line and got an internship at a PE investment firm for the next summer. If anyone is interested how I managed to do that, do let me know.
    omg, how did you do that, that's crazy! are they giving you the opportunity to do a grad job straight after?
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    (Original post by deanshawn)
    I skipped straight to the finish line and got an internship at a PE investment firm for the next summer. If anyone is interested how I managed to do that, do let me know.

    I dare say quality **** post m9 5/7
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    what is the pass mark for the numericals? Was getting around consistently getting 80+ on assesment day package i bought now i am getting screwed IRL looooool
 
 
 
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