Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at BDO USA
- Audit Associate (31)
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- Assurance Associate (11)
- Tax (8)
- Audit Intern (7)
- Tax Intern (5)
- Audit (4)
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- Assurance Intern (3)
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- Consulting Manager (2)
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- Tax Internship (2)
- Assurance Senior Associate (2)
- Administrative Assistant (2)
- Tax Senior Associate (2)
- Tax Senior Manager (1)
- Tax Senior (1)
- Senior Manager (1)
- Assurance (1)
- Litigation Associate (1)
- International Tax Associate (1)
- Forensic Technology Associate (1)
- Assurance Internship (1)
- Junior Audit (1)
- International Tax (1)
- Audit Associate Level I (1)
- Experienced Senior Associate (1)
Tax Intern Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at BDO USA in April 2014.
Very casual interview. Asked about my GPA and work experiences. Mainly talked about the company and why am I interested in tax. Also asked about future path.
- Why are you interested in tax Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at BDO USA (Dallas, TX).
Two interviews and lunch
- None. The interview process was pretty easy. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at BDO USA (Miami, FL) in November 2012.
Started out with dropping my resume off at career fair. Received a phone call the same day to set up an interview within the week. The first round of interview was very basic. Mainly conversational. After I received a phone call to go to the office. The office visit was very pleasant. It consisted of three interviews. One partner and two managers. Partner interview was just a conversation. One manger interview was about my resume. The other manager interview was behavioral questions.
- How do you manage your time? Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at BDO USA (Los Angeles, CA) in October 2012.
It started with a phone interview. I was then chosen for an on-site interview. I had to interview with five different people for thirty minutes each. All interviewers were top management, plus two partners.
When I got to the office, we were told dinner was cancelled because the staff was trying to meet a deadline.
You get really hungry after interviewing with five people.
From there I had to wait around three weeks before I got a decision.
- What type of training did you have at your last internship; did your learning style fit with it? Answer Question
No negotiation for internships.
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at BDO USA in November 2010.
I did not follow the normal structure of campus recruiting for internships, as I directly kept in touch with various recruiters at the firm. Recruiters at BDO are a lot more receptive then most recruiters at comparable mid-size firms and the Big 4, as a majority of the time you are either contacted couple months later or never. A phone interview was conducted first which lasted around 20-30 minutes, and then an office interview was scheduled, which I met with 1 partner, 1 senior manager, and 1 HR manager. The interview mainly reviewed my past experience and education, and why I wanted to work for BDO.
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