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I want to apply for a long term BNP Paribas internship and I heard I'll need to do a Situation Judgement Test after I send out my CV. Do I have to do the test it immediately or is there some deadline? If so, how long ? I haven't practiced much of those tests and would like to get familiar before attempting the real thing so bit unsure about selecting the right timing to apply. Anyone applied before and could advise me? That would help loads!!
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Most places give you at least 4 days and most give about a week
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Most places give you at least 4 days and most give about a week
Hey thanks for your reply !
I am hoping for 1 week, but I've been given 2 days before with another company and in this website https://www.jobtestprep.co.uk/bnp-pa...l%20interviews. they're making it sound like you have to complete it right away after submitting your CV. Any thoughts?
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Most places give you at least 4 days and most give about a week
Hey thanks for your reply !

I am hoping for 1 week, but I've been given 2 days before with another company and in the jobtestprep website they wrote "The first stage of the recruitment process is the completion of the application form. Here you are given the opportunity to upload your CV, as well as complete information regarding your extracurricular activities that may be of note to your application. In addition, you are required to complete the BNP Paribas situational judgement test." and second stage is Numerical/Verbal tests, kinda making it sound like you have to complete the SJT right away after submitting your CV. Any thoughts?
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(Original post by Trafy)
Hey thanks for your reply !

I am hoping for 1 week, but I've been given 2 days before with another company and in the jobtestprep website they wrote "The first stage of the recruitment process is the completion of the application form. Here you are given the opportunity to upload your CV, as well as complete information regarding your extracurricular activities that may be of note to your application. In addition, you are required to complete the BNP Paribas situational judgement test." and second stage is Numerical/Verbal tests, kinda making it sound like you have to complete the SJT right away after submitting your CV. Any thoughts?
Did they ever get back to you?
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Did they ever get back to you?
They did, but negatively. Better luck next time !
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They did, but negatively. Better luck next time !
Did you even do tests? How long did take to respond? Sorry to hear that . Its so hard to get in
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Someone told me they are looking for only top 5 uni grads! But the guy looked like a big ass. He told me on linkedin then removed me as a connection. This bank people are just mean honestly
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