I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2014.
Interview Details – I networked with people from the office, attended Deloitte events, attended info sessions. The interview was two rounds. The first round consisted of a 30 minute behavioral interview followed by a 30 minute Technology case. The second round consisted of a 15 minute behavioral interview with a Partner followed by a 45 minute Technology case with a Senior Manager. Surprisingly, none of the cases had any numbers in them. I found these cases easier than typical S&O cases.
To prepare practice the two cases on the website, read about SDLC, CRM and ERP systems. Be structured in your thought process and take a couple of seconds to think things through.
Interview Question – Give me a situation when you dealt with ambiguity. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I didn't try and negotiate since it was for an internship position
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte.
Interview Details – I applied through campus recruiting last minute after going to a career fair. I was notified that I had received a first round interview after two weeks, and the night of my first interview I was called back for a second round the next day.
Interview 1: There were two 30 minute sessions. The first session was a behavioral interview with a partner. The second session was a case study about IT integration.
Interview 2: This interview was a single 45 minute case study on building a new CRM.
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself. View Answer
The process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2012.
Interview Details – Grilled a lot on team work.
For case interview, just study the 2 cases on their website.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2011.
Interview Details – First round: single phone interview where the caller basically ran through my resume. He was a very friendly, no-pressure sort of guy. I was really able to expand and sell myself in a positive way. I was also able to ask him questions. It took one week to hear the result though, and another two weeks to get to the next round.
Second round: two back-to-back, 30-minute, 1-on-1 "case" interviews with managers. The first interviewer was really cold, and seemed like he had better things to do. He even took a quick call while I was drawing things out. The second interviewer was a lot warmer, and I felt I had more of a dialogue with him. Both cases were based on the "Systems Development Life Cycle" (SDLC). If you're going for a BTA position, know it cold. The results from this round took two weeks.
Interview Question – A mobile phone company with coverage over three states wants to upgrade it's Customer Relationship Management system. How should it go about this? View Answer
Negotiation Details – This was an internship, so no negotiation.
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in March 2007.
Interview Details – The interview consisted of two rounds. The first round is approximately 30 minutes with a manager who presented a case: briefly describe the concerns around implementing ERP systems for a multi-national company. The answers given should revolve mostly around the issues with standardization and differentiation across countries. Examples include: currency conversion, timezone difference, government rules and regulations. The second round is again 30 minutes with a consulting partner/principal. This interview is mostly a two way conversation about past experiences and personal attribute in a non-behavioral interview format.
Interview Question – What are some of the challenges you are facing right now. View Answer
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