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    (Original post by eco1234)
    that's crap. you get an email
    I had lunch with the recruiter today - received a phone call later in the day inviting me to an interview - asking me which day I wanted and I was told that I would receive an email confirming the details.

    What would I gain from lying about an interview invitation?
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    (Original post by eco1234)
    that's crap. you get an email
    Have you forgotten that all the MDs there are pulling strings for him?! They wanted to let him know personally, not via email.
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    (Original post by i_hate_teeth)
    I had lunch with the recruiter today - received a phone call later in the day inviting me to an interview - asking me which day I wanted and I was told that I would receive an email confirming the details.

    What would I gain from lying about an interview invitation?
    Oh, drop us out. Goon.
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    (Original post by i_hate_teeth)
    I had lunch with the recruiter today - received a phone call later in the day inviting me to an interview - asking me which day I wanted and I was told that I would receive an email confirming the details.

    What would I gain from lying about an interview invitation?
    no you didn't
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    LOL I did actually and just fyi there is such a thing as a free lunch.
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    (Original post by i_hate_teeth)
    LOL I did actually and just fyi there is such a thing as a free lunch.
    there's also such thing as a dry lunch --> you.
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    (Original post by i_hate_teeth)
    I had lunch with the recruiter today - received a phone call later in the day inviting me to an interview - asking me which day I wanted and I was told that I would receive an email confirming the details.

    What would I gain from lying about an interview invitation?
    Did the surname start with an L?
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    (Original post by i_hate_teeth)
    LOL I did actually and just fyi there is such a thing as a free lunch.
    err...he told me you paid for it with that relieving blowjob under the table?

    Anyway, he recommended you to me but if I wanted a dime-store hooker I'd go to Amsterdam.
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    (Original post by milanftw)
    i got GS IMD "under review"

    and GS IBD "recieved"

    i have no idea whats the difference, and i expect no answer whatsoever
    I only applied to one division

    Application under review for me. Good or bad news?
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    (Original post by TroTro)
    I only applied to one division

    Application under review for me. Good or bad news?
    Congrats.
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    I don't think these GS status changes mean much, having said that my GS securities app is under review.
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    Application under review for me.

    What does that mean?
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    (Original post by TomasK)
    Congrats.
    Thanks, but I'm not sure entirely what it means lol
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    Why are people so happy about being "under review"? Common, if you don't know what "under review" means you shouldn't be applying for any job let alone for a career in finance!
    Under review means they're looking at it right. Review = to look at.
    So, they look at your application and make a decision - I wouldn't have though "under review" indicates anything positive OR negative. They're just looking at your application like every other bank would lol...
    My SEC one is under review. IMD one is received. The statuses mean what they say, not a hidden meaning for "an offer" or "an interview" - if you were to get either of those I'm sure the status would be updated to reflect it.
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    (Original post by sam smith)
    Why are people so happy about being "under review"? Common, if you don't know what "under review" means you shouldn't be applying for any job let alone for a career in finance!
    Under review means they're looking at it right. Review = to look at.
    So, they look at your application and make a decision - I wouldn't have though "under review" indicates anything positive OR negative. They're just looking at your application like every other bank would lol...
    My SEC one is under review. IMD one is received. The statuses mean what they say, not a hidden meaning for "an offer" or "an interview" - if you were to get either of those I'm sure the status would be updated to reflect it.


    agreed
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    (Original post by natashabedford)
    Thanks, but I'm not sure entirely what it means lol
    I was actually congratulating the fact that it was the 3000th message, haha. Though it's kinda weird that I replied to TroTro O.o Guessing you're the same person then.
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    Citi numerical invite
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    (Original post by TomasK)
    I was actually congratulating the fact that it was the 3000th message, haha. Though it's kinda weird that I replied to TroTro O.o Guessing you're the same person then.
    ye its the same person - he has a few accounts. He's too koool for one account.
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    Damn, interview with boutique has been deferred for one week. -.-
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    DB final round interview, my first! There was no phone interview!
 
 
 
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