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Hello guys,

I applied for the Graduate Programme - Corporate Finance. And today I got invited to do the SJT before doing the numerical/verbal tests. Is this normal?

I remember last year I did the numerical and verbal test first. I actually passed. So my question since I passed last year I don't need to do them again or it is just a different process?
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they've changed the process - sjt this year, no numerical/verbal
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(Original post by lowwkey)
they've changed the process - sjt this year, no numerical/verbal
Thank you for your reply! did you do it? Can you advice me anything?
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Have you done the SJT? Would you mind telling me how it went?
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Have you done the SJT? Would you mind telling me how it went?
Not yet.... Usually I am kinda unlucky with SJTs, so I'm trying to study a little bit
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their sjt is 99% the same as the one BAML use. make sure you pick answers that suggest you are initative rather than deloading the work onto someone else
But initiative doesn't mean work extra hours and try to meet the impossible deadlines, right? Its more like be independent
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When it comes to any SJT don't answer what you want to do. Answer what they'd want you to do. You know taking the initiative, being flexible, hard working etc.
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For example this question:
So your manager approaches you and asks for some research that you are not that familiar with. You want to impress him and you know one of your colleagues has recently carried out similar research.

Pick the most effective and least effective
1) Meet with the colleague that recently conducted similar research to evaluate the approach they used to research a prospective client.
2) Follow what you can from your manager's outline and start to conduct the research to the best of your own ability.
3)Start the research by focusing on the areas you are more certain about and approach your colleague for help when you are unsure about certain parts.

Any suggestion? thanks!
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Has anyone here heard back about results of SJT?
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Has anyone here heard back about results of SJT?
I passed the SJT, then got rejected for the 1st interview. Story of my life
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(Original post by Maddiie)
I passed the SJT, then got rejected for the 1st interview. Story of my life
Atleast you heard back after SJT. Can you please tell me what kind of questions they asked you? (And which program you applied for)
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(Original post by Maddiie)
I passed the SJT, then got rejected for the 1st interview. Story of my life
Atleast you heard back after SJT. Can you please tell me what kind of questions they asked you? (And which program you applied for)
Also, after how much time of SJT did they replied to you?
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Anyone? Any update about interviews or results of SJT?
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Would someone already did the sjt mind telling about the questions? was it similar to the examples provided on the official website?
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Would someone already did the sjt mind telling about the questions? was it similar to the examples provided on the official website?
Can't remember them exactly but they were pretty typical sjt questions. Just practice a few and it should be easy
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Thank you
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(Original post by username4149802)
Atleast you heard back after SJT. Can you please tell me what kind of questions they asked you? (And which program you applied for)
(Original post by Maddiie)
I passed the SJT, then got rejected for the 1st interview. Story of my life
Hi Maddiie,
Do you have any tips to provide for SJT?
And what did they ask in first interview?
I am applying from Germany.
Hope it would be similar.

I would really appreciate it!
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Hi is there anyone that has heard back after the SJT?IF you did how long did it took for them to get back to you? After you have done the test, was there any email ? if there was how fast wast that email sent?
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Hi, Where did you practice for the SJT?
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