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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    that literally doesn't mean anything

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    Why do you think it doesn't mean anything?

    She met some guy in the lloyds admissions process who has some affilation to goldman sachs and he said she was so amazing at her interview that if ever applied for the spring week with GS she'd had a STRONG chance of getting it and by strong she meant she'd just get an automatic interview because she knows that guy

    Thing is tho...

    she does like nursing( not nursing, so keeping anoymous)

    so I was like ' Oh, how did you pass the numerical test for lloyds' and she said she got her friend to 'SUPPORT HER'
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    I heard that some people at my uni do it. I would never do it.

    Why?

    Because I would feel inferior for not having the capability of completing a numerical test compared to other people on the internship. You will feel like an outlier and secondly, if you're not capable of completing a numerical test, most likely working in IBD isn't for you.
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    yeah but only if you snitch
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    (Original post by midgetspinner)
    I heard that some people at my uni do it. I would never do it.

    Why?

    Because I would feel inferior for not having the capability of completing a numerical test compared to other people on the internship. You will feel like an outlier and secondly, if you're not capable of completing a numerical test, most likely working in IBD isn't for you.
    you're taking life way too seriously bud

    (Original post by Kits)
    yeah but only if you snitch

    snitches get stitches xD
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    (Original post by gr8wizard10)
    you're taking life way too seriously bud




    snitches get stitches xD
    Im not going to snitch

    I was just shocked
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    (Original post by midgetspinner)
    I heard that some people at my uni do it. I would never do it.

    Why?

    Because I would feel inferior for not having the capability of completing a numerical test compared to other people on the internship. You will feel like an outlier and secondly, if you're not capable of completing a numerical test, most likely working in IBD isn't for you.
    Dude relax aha
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    Just focus on yourself...it's ridiculous that we have to do these tests numerical test if you come from a numerical background in the first place.

    I use to fail the tests, I practiced, now I cam do them..But It doesn't change how I would've performed at my internship..

    Personally, if it's a friend, you shouldn't even be concerned.. You have rest of the world to compete with.. Don't waste your time competing with friends..
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