Interviewed at PwC
Interview Details – The process was long and had multiple rounds. The interviews occurred spread out across about 2/3 months. The interviewers were extremely friendly and HR was always willing to communicate and help out.
Interview Question – Understand the role and what is asked of you. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at PwC in February 2012.
Interview Details – I interviewed for an internship through my university’s on campus recruiting process. First step was a resume drop. Then first round interviews were conducted on campus: 30 min long, all fit, no cases. Interviewer was great, she was on her way from South Carolina to NYC and stopped in Philly to help interview for the day. After that came second round interviews: I was flown to Atlanta for a half day SuperDay. I was in the afternoon session. First, we had lunch, then half went to their interviews while the other half watched a PwC brand video and had a Q&A with current employees. Then, we switched. There were 3 interviews, each 30 minutes, and all with senior staff – one manager, one director, and one partner. After the interviews and Q&A we had a brief tour of the office before heading to the airport. Dress code was business casual – slacks, and button down, optional tie; or suit with no tie.
Interview Question – Not really anything too unexpected. Just make sure to establish rapport with the interviewer, and ask good questions about the firm - express your interest in them. Answer Question
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