# PwC 2019

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#1
Anyone applied yet to PwC 2019 intake?
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2 years ago
#2
yes I have
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#3
Have you done the test yet?
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2 years ago
#4
(Original post by 08hussainf12)
Have you done the test yet?
Ive done the career valuation test (situational) and the career unlocked test. have you done any yet?

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2 years ago
#5
how did you practice for the test?
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2 years ago
#6
(Original post by Surfchick97)
yes I have
how did you practice for the test?
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2 years ago
#7
(Original post by bubblegumcat)
how did you practice for the test?
the first one isn't really one you can practice for as it is how you would react to situations. its not times so as long as you think carefully the answers are usually pretty straight forward. I actually quite enjoyed the way this was set out
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#8
(Original post by Surfchick97)
the first one isn't really one you can practice for as it is how you would react to situations. its not times so as long as you think carefully the answers are usually pretty straight forward. I actually quite enjoyed the way this was set out
What is the numerical test like?
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2 years ago
#9
(Original post by 08hussainf12)
What is the numerical test like?
not too bad, easier than the kpmg one but still pushed for time. much like other tests, the maths isn't difficult its just about figuring out the information you need to use
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#10
(Original post by Surfchick97)
not too bad, easier than the kpmg one but still pushed for time. much like other tests, the maths isn't difficult its just about figuring out the information you need to use
Is there a game that involves arrows or something, what do you have to do in that. Also, is the logical reasoning test hard and how much time do you have?

thanks!
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2 years ago
#11
(Original post by 08hussainf12)
Is there a game that involves arrows or something, what do you have to do in that. Also, is the logical reasoning test hard and how much time do you have?

thanks!
yea there is, you just have to pick the direction the central arrow is facing. I think its about 14 minutes (I cant remember) and it wasn't too bad but always kind hard to know whether you're right or not
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2 years ago
#12
(Original post by Surfchick97)
the first one isn't really one you can practice for as it is how you would react to situations. its not times so as long as you think carefully the answers are usually pretty straight forward. I actually quite enjoyed the way this was set out
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2 years ago
#13
(Original post by bubblegumcat)
the second one is lots of mini games and most of those are normal and then at the end are the psychometric tests kind set up pretty much as you would have seen before
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2 years ago
#14
(Original post by Surfchick97)
the second one is lots of mini games and most of those are normal and then at the end are the psychometric tests kind set up pretty much as you would have seen before
did you use anything like jobtestprep or assesmentday to prepare for these tests? what you’re saying is quite vague tbh
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2 years ago
#15
Anyone want to share their score for the second test
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2 years ago
#16
How does the career unlocked thingy work?
Is it quite literally a "game" with different levels to complete?...

How does that test numerical/logical reasoning?
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2 years ago
#17
Is this for the spring weeks? Or summer internships?
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2 years ago
#18
I work at PwC, joined this year on the SL scheme. I work with grads all the time. I had the same induction as the grads. We only differ on our PQ pathways. AMA
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2 years ago
#19
I got 9000 plus if i remember correctly... ypu?
(Original post by james guo)
Anyone want to share their score for the second test
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1 year ago
#20
How many marks did you get in the career unlocked, and did you pass?
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