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Four things that unis think matter more than league tables 08-12-2016
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Which bank?

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    I only know that UBS and RBS have a 300 and 320 points requirements respectively for all functions.

    For the other banks e.g JP, GS, CS, DB and BarCap they don't mention ucas. Is okay to apply to the banks I mentioned for finance grad with my A-levels grades?
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    (Original post by e^x)
    I only know that UBS and RBS have a 300 and 320 points requirements respectively for all functions.

    For the other banks e.g JP, GS, CS, DB and BarCap they don't mention ucas. Is okay to apply to the banks I mentioned for finance grad with my A-levels grades?
    RBS got rid of their ucas point requirement this year, and aren't recruiting for traditional investment banking or trading btw

    I would assume so yeah. And even if you don't meet them, may as well apply anyway.

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    Hey, Just did my Lazard numerical and messed the last couple questions up. If you fail do they let you know straight away?
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    Guys does the test for MS really fall automatically right after you submit ? it's been 10mins >
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    (Original post by savonarola)
    Guys does the test for MS really fall automatically right after you submit ? it's been 10mins >
    You normally get notified within 48 hours if you've failed.

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    (Original post by Commercial Paper)
    You normally get notified within 48 hours if you've failed.

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    no i mean getting the test ....
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    This new Citi application interface is weird, I want to apply for 2 different programs, but can't update cover letter for the second application. Anyone has experienced this?
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    (Original post by savonarola)
    no i mean getting the test ....
    yeah, I got mine right after submission
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    (Original post by savonarola)
    no i mean getting the test ....
    Mine took two days to come . IBD
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    (Original post by alexjones1994)
    Mine took two days to come . IBD
    thx i was freaking out
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    (Original post by savonarola)
    thx i was freaking out
    It might be a Sunday thing? I also applied on Sunday and didn't get the test till Tuesday.
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    (Original post by olly_price)
    Lol so basically you think you're 20-odd years old and think you're better than RBC? Get a grip mate. One piece of recurring advice I see given to summer analysts is to not be big headed as it won't get you anywhere.
    thanks for the advice mate lol

    its not that big headed to say they're not a priority when they make 10th on the list for all products and dont even make the top 10 for M&A, Equities or Bonds http://markets.ft.com/investmentBank...sAndTrends.asp
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    RBS got rid of their ucas point requirement this year, and aren't recruiting for traditional investment banking or trading btw

    I would assume so yeah. And even if you don't meet them, may as well apply anyway.

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    Thanks for that info. What do u think about making a latex CV, does it have any advantages? My CV is in PDF format.
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    (Original post by e^x)
    Thanks for that info. What do u think about making a latex CV, does it have any advantages?

    Right my CV is in PDF format.
    Latex is nice because you can structure it fairly well, but it doesn't have any huge advantages.

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    When I put 2017 as my graduation year in Greenhill application, it asks what are your plans for 2017/18. Do you think it is reasonable to say I plan working? Other options are masters, travel and other without specifying.
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    (Original post by olly_price)
    Lol so basically you think you're 20-odd years old and think you're better than RBC? Get a grip mate. One piece of recurring advice I see given to summer analysts is to not be big headed as it won't get you anywhere.
    Surely if you aren't Canadian you cant work there anyway?
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    (Original post by Dante991)
    For pre-university qualifications, did you put your GCSEs after your a levels? because that seems so long to list them all
    nah, no point - they dont really care and its already on your cv
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    (Original post by Lukaz-42)
    Surely if you aren't Canadian you cant work there anyway?
    gr8 banter, keep it up mate 2/7

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    gr8 banter, keep it up mate 2/7

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    At least I can spell great.
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    (Original post by Lukaz-42)
    At least I can spell great.
    j'aime le bavarder
 
 
 
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