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I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Deloitte LLP.

Interview Details – The Deloitte recruitment process is relatively lengthy so I'll try and break it down into simple steps:

1) Online application and screening - Quite an easy application form with no lengthy (500 word + ) questions. You just need 5 short bullet points about why Deloitte and why your chosen service line.

2) Online Numerical Reasoning test - I assume that as long as you've not completely messed up with your application form then you'll get 'invited' to take a Numerical test. As far as the test, it's just a standard SHL format test so if you need some help with this then check out the SHL direct website. You should hear back within 3 or 4 days.

3) Online Inbox exercise (E-Tray) - If successful with the numerical test then you'll be asked to do an inbox exercise. This basically consists of responding to emails with decisions and information that is requested of you. Answers are multiple choice so you won't need to draft out 20-30 written emails. All the info that you need to do this is given to you and you don't really need to prep for this. If you do feel the need to prep then I believe there is a practice E-Tray ex available on the Deloitte website. Again, you should hear back in 3-4 days.

4) Online Written exercise (E-Tray) - If successful with the first part of the E-Tray then you'll be asked to do the written part of the E-Tray. Here you'll be given some data on companies and be asked to make a recommendation to a manager based on the information that's given. You have 40 minutes, so your response should be as detailed as possible (i.e weigh up the pros and cons of each and then conclude ). You should hear back within 5 days if you've been successful with this.

n.b. For some Consulting streams your application will undergo a second CV sift at this stage.

5) First Interview - Few things to do here. First of all you have a group exercise where you'll each be given your own 'solution' and you'll have to argue the case for yours. Before your time runs out (time limits change depending on the size of the group), the entire group will have to have reached a group conclusion (important to do this). Second, you'll have to do a case study where you'll be presented with 4 or 5 pages of detailed information and given 15 minutes to digest and prepare to be asked about it when you're in your interview. Finally, you'll have a competency based interview and discuss the case study with (usually) someone from the stream you've applied. I was told I would hear back within 48 hours, but it took a little longer and I heard back 6 days later.

6) Partner Interview - Two things at this stage. Firstly you'll have to give a presentation on a topic that you'll have been given in advance. You can't use computers, whiteboards etc but you can give handouts. You get 5 minutes to present and then undergo 10 minutes of horrendous GRILLING about your topic (this can vary depending on the partner). Don't sweat the grilling though, they're not bothered if your answers are right or wrong per se, they're more looking to see how you respond under pressure and if you can come up with logical solutions. My partner was really nice so the remaining interview felt more like a conversation (don't let this trip you though, you still need to be professional throughout). Partner told me that I'd hear within 48 hours and true to his word the partner called me the next day.

At this stage a lot of people seem to get hung up about how long after the final stage you get a call - it doesn't matter!

Apologies for the length but I wanted to be as in depth as possible. My key tip would just be to be yourself, you don't need to pretend to be someone you're not to get a job.

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