Sorry if some of you feel this should be posted in the Spring thread - i just felt that many of those who are second years or graduates wont really venture onto that thread much. And its their opinion that im after.
I was just wondering; in regards to the Interviews for Spring Weeks (in sales), how much technical knowledge must we have?
Is there anyway somebody could list the types of questions we should expect from our interviews, so we can start reading up on it?
Also, I know people who have been asked to have a general view on the markets (i.e, would you invest in equity or debt right now?) and i was wondering if anybody knew of any websites/blogs with easily digestible information on the markets and where they're going.
Thank you in advance!
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- Thread Starter
- 29-12-2010 03:36
- 30-12-2010 15:17
No tech knowledge assumed.. but it would be advantageous wouldn't it?
- 30-12-2010 17:10
^Yes, however you shouldn't try to make it sound like you know what you're talking about because the people interviewing you will rip you to shreds.
OP: Reads the Economist, FT markets, cityAM, News.hereisthecity.com and bloomberg to get a general overview (you don't have to read every single article, just browse them in the mornings). Most of their questions are going to be on your application though, so make sure you know your CV, CL and competency answers inside out.Last edited by epc; 30-12-2010 at 17:15.
- 02-01-2011 02:11
Whats a CL?
- 02-01-2011 02:17