Advisory Board
3.3 of 5 235 reviews
www.advisory.com Washington, DC 1000 to 5000 Employees

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Interview Details – Pretty straightforward 30 minute initial phone interview with recruiter. Go through your resume and why this company. Told me I should hear back within a week whether accepted for second round or not.

Interview Question – None, questions were straightforward, no surprises.   Answer Question

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Health Care Consultant
Austin, TX

I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Advisory Board in May 2013.

Interview Details – One phone interview. One in-person interview. Questions were generally difficult, but not unexpected. Know the product. Clear understanding of what the tool offers and what the opportunities are for the company/product are key. The standard difficult questions (google search + sufficient prep) are a part of each phase. Strength in analysis and presentation is vital for success.

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  • What are the deficits your current employer would say you have?   View Answer
  • Case study questions (i.e. those not 100% applicable to the position, but indicative of work habits/patterns).   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Flat. There was no negotiating the offer.

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Health Care Consultant
Washington, DC

The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Advisory Board in March 2012.

Interview Details – About a week after I applied, I received an email asking if I would like to pursue a phone interview. I scheduled the phone interview, but never received the call. The next day, I received another email apologizing that no one was available to do the phone interview due to family emergencies. I set up another phone interview for a week later. Again, I did not receive a call. About an hour after the scheduled time, the rep finally called and apologized because there was a family emergency. Interview was simple background questions. The rep told me he wanted me to come interview on-site. I was pretty skeptical as I knew Advisory Board had quite the rep for taking young people in droves and turning around their labor force pretty quickly, but it was a free trip to DC. The onsite was 4-5 1:1 interviews with some being very basic and others being case questions like lemonade stand or market share analysis. The next day I received an email saying I had made it to the final round for 3 openings and that I just needed to do phone interviews with the Directors at those locations. These were scheduled fro 1 hour each. Each interviewer called a minimum of 30 minutes late, asked me two questions then said they were done and that it had gone really well, I received an email from the HR rep stating things have gone really well and that they will regroup and make decisions but it is highly likely I could receive multiple offers. Fast forward one week, I get a rejection email. Overall, I cannot say I am surprised knowing their reputation. The day I was on site, there were 8-9 other people interviewing at the same time. It was like an interview factory. It is always a good experience to interview, and you might get a free trip.

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