The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Booz Allen Hamilton in May 2010.
Interview Details –
I experienced 2 phone screens by two different recruiters. Be prepared to answer salary questions early. The phone screens were quick approximately 20 minutes each. They liked hearing that I was looking for a home long term, have no sense of entitlement, and that I had done some research on the company.
Big questions: Why Booz? Tell me about your career? What do you know about BPR?
Second part was going to the office for a speed dating interview session. While they say you are not competing with the other candidates, be prepared to get anxious. This is an intense environment. I have never interviewed with so many other people at once in the same room. Its hard to prepare for that going in, but try to calm yourself quickly. I had 3 interviews back to back (2 Associates, 1 Principal)
I loved the efficiency, hated the speed dating.
Negotiation Details – Its all about what level you are brought in at. Salary ranges are tight. Don't try to change the review time line, it won't happen. Give your range, get there's, do your research on each level, do your best to get towards the high end of the range.
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