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    (Original post by jevira)
    Damn, interview with boutique has been deferred for one week. -.-
    Out of interest will you be paid should you get the internship?
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    (Original post by mcp2)
    DB final round interview, my first! There was no phone interview!
    gjdm
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    (Original post by miml)
    Out of interest will you be paid should you get the internship?
    Yes. At least I hope so. Other things would be mad. It's for an off cycle internship of 4 months duration or so. I have to eat and live somewhere at that time :P
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    how did people find the citi numerical?? just did it thought it was quite hard
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    (Original post by mcp2)
    DB final round interview, my first! There was no phone interview!
    congrats when did you aplly and how long after the test did they take to get back to you??
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    (Original post by thecodman)
    congrats when did you aplly and how long after the test did they take to get back to you??
    Applied way back in October, did numericals 2 weeks after that. Now have AC
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    (Original post by thecodman)
    how did people find the citi numerical?? just did it thought it was quite hard
    same here
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    (Original post by Cabine Sono Qui)
    same here
    ye the test was ridiculous- since not enough time to work out some of the questions
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    (Original post by LawQC)
    ye the test was ridiculous- since not enough time to work out some of the questions
    Really? I though it was relatively straightforward, as far as I remember, but I guess I'd rather keep my mouth shut before I receive my rejection.
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    is there any point in applying to an IB with pretty poor a level grades?
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    (Original post by TomasK)
    Really? I though it was relatively straightforward, as far as I remember, but I guess I'd rather keep my mouth shut before I receive my rejection.
    maybe yours was - mine ws filled with trick questions everywhere
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    I'm now genuinely terrified of the Citi test.
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    (Original post by Doughnuts!!)
    I'm now genuinely terrified of the Citi test.
    Don't be. HR explicitly said that the test gets progessively harder if you get the righ answer and vice versa. So if you end up on questions where you have no clue what to do, you can rest assured that you did at least relatively well.
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    (Original post by TomasK)
    Don't be. HR explicitly said that the test gets progessively harder if you get the righ answer and vice versa. So if you end up on questions where you have no clue what to do, you can rest assured that you did at least relatively well.
    I dont think what you said is correct - they get harder irreverent to whether you get the questions right or wrong
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    (Original post by LawQC)
    I dont think what you said is correct - they get harder irreverent to whether you get the questions right or wrong
    No, I'm pretty sure he's correct. It supposedly adjusts to your ability level.
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    (Original post by Doughnuts!!)
    No, I'm pretty sure he's correct. It supposedly adjusts to your ability level.
    Quite sure indeed, the HR people stated this several times at the CITI presentation at uni.

    EDIT: I even think it states this somewhere on the instructions page of the test. I think.
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    Goldman app under review - doubt it means anything, but glad they are actually going to look at my application
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    (Original post by Doughnuts!!)
    No, I'm pretty sure he's correct. It supposedly adjusts to your ability level.

    (Original post by TomasK)
    Quite sure indeed, the HR people stated this several times at the CITI presentation at uni.

    EDIT: I even think it states this somewhere on the instructions page of the test. I think.

    Them saying it or it being written down are two different things - I am pretty sure it doesnt matter how you answer the previous questions - but to be fair if I got one wrong i wouldn't know . so it is difficult to tell. the time limit is a killer though.
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    Merrill Lynch Phone interview.
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    (Original post by WHITKA)
    Merrill Lynch Phone interview.
    I was pretty sure that they don't even do interviews O.o

    EDIT: Does anyone have this kind of status on their BOAML application? ('Registered Interest (pending confirmation)')
 
 
 
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