I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in January 2013.
Interview Details – First round phone interview.
Interview Question – Tell me about the economic state of the world today. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in February 2012.
Interview Details – 30 minutes interview that drilled on specific stats ranging from what the s&p was at for the day to libor rates for o/n, 30 day etc. Not as much behavioral for a first round, but definitely tested the amount of articles you have read about what was going on in the markets. The amount of knowledge required takes a few days to learn not just a few hours because of the scope that they test you on.
Interview Question – Name some reasons JP Morgan been in the news recently. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in October 2011.
Interview Details – Two mid-managers from Chicago office interviewed me. It is an overall very behavioral-question based interview. Most of them about past internship and academic experiences. One brain teaser (fairly easy). Several questions about market (interest rate etc). It's a relatively relaxed and easy interview. The hiring process involves two-round interviews, first round and a superday.
Interview Question – What did you do in your xxx internship? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in October 2010.
Interview Details – Campus recruitment begins with a single thirty minute interview, then they let you know if you've made the cut or not for juniors. For freshmen and sophomores, you're invited to NY for a series of individuals with different backgrounds. One of the best things about JPM is the speed of the interview process.
Interview Question – Why do you want to do trading? Answer Question
Very Difficult Interview
The process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in May 2010.
Interview Details –
Know your strengths. Be prepared to discuss how the company would benefit from your talents.
Assess why the position is important to you.
describe your accomplishments - never simply describe your job responsibilities.
Learn about the company and their business before the interview. You will be expected to ask questions. Take this opportunity to demonstrate that you took the initiative to learn about the company's business.
Interview Question – Golf balls in a stadium Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in March 2010.
Interview Details – The S&T Analyst interviews start as an informal dinner the night before interviews. This is a great opportunity to meet your potential interviewer and get to know more about the firm and culture. The first round interview is highly dependent on your interviewer, but it's safe to say you'll be asked a lot about your resume/work experience & interests along with your motivation for applying to the job. There will be some market related questions and some simple math or brainteasers to judge your quantitative ability. The second round superday was similar, in that it was 4 30 mins interviews that were fairly similar. Everyone asks you about you, your past experience, your interests, your knowledge of markets and what you expect to learn/do. Everyone I came across was very positive and nice, but not easy or complacent.
Interview Question – I have $1 million dollar to invest; what should I buy or sell? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in March 2010.
Interview Details – As general questions regarding derivatives as well as past work experience. Also talked about career goals and why I thought I would be a good fit for the position. The atmosphere was very laid back and relaxed. The interview consisted of 1 day onsite in which I met with a total of 3 individuals (2 managers and 1 associate).
Interview Question – Describe exotic and vanilla options. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was not able to negotiate a higher pay.
I applied online - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in July 2013.
Interview Details – There are two interviews step. The first one consists of two interviews with two different employees from J P. The topics of the questions are general. The second one is the assessment and consists of 5-6 different interviews. Here sometimes they could ask some technical questions even though the style is the same of the first step.
Interview Question – Some reasoning questions were hard to answer on your feet. Answer Question
I interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in July 2013.
Interview Details –
Campus Placement - 1st round - Normal HR round
2nd round - Technical Round
Interview Question – de coding swift messages and processing interest on Derivatives Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They placed an offer, which was decent to begin my career and I accepted.
Interviewed at JPMorgan Chase
Interview Details – First round -2 interviews with questions regarding: market awareness, motivation (why JPM?), brainteasers and questions on CV. On the assessment centre day the first round of interviews was in the morning. Starting from sales - like case study: pitching a stock to an investor. Then interviewed by 5 different desks. If you were successful in the interviews you would be invited to one of the desks in the afternoon and have more interviews - I got 6 more
Interview Question – Compute 15/32 in memory View Answer
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