I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2013.
Interview Details – On campus - consisting of two 30 minute interviews. The first one was a 30 minute case interview consisting of a new market entry case with regards to the auto industry and the second was primarily a fit interview with a senior member of the office.
Interview Question – Describe a time when you made recommendations on a project and everything that was told to the client came out to be incorrect Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in November 2012.
Interview Details – Oncampus interview followed by an interview in Atlanta
Interview Question – The process is very predictable ... not mind twisters .... Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiations . Deloitte offers a very comprehensive package that is tough to beat.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in July 2012.
Interview Details – Case based interview are the toughest bit to crack. Ensure you ask the right question and practice before going in for interview
Interview Question – Think like a consultant and explain the inventory management for a large manufacturing firm ? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2012.
Interview Details – 2 back-to-back interviews. One fit, one case. The case was a M&A case, asking how to value a company using multiple. The fit interview was conversational to clarify things on your resume.
The process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in March 2010.
Interview Details –
Interviewed 8 individuals in one day. 9AM - First round of interviews consisted of half of the group going for a typical 1:1 interview, while the other half went to the case study interview. 1PM - Two individuals were chosen from the first round. Second round consisted of a 1 hour case study interview in front of 2 individuals. Case was read aloud by one interviewer, you are expected to take notes, then both interviewers ask a series of questions to get a feel of your thinking process.
Advice: Talk through your thoughts in the case study. They aren't looking for the right answer, but rather, how you think and how you answer their questions. Be confident, but methodological. I looked at the online interview practice from McKinsey's website. It is more quantitative than this interview, but helped me to prepare.
The people come off as very nice and open, however, you have to be very careful of everything you say and do because you are judged 100% of the time you are around them - even the office people. It is a cut-throat environment, so buckle your seat belt.
Negotiation Details –
There is not negotiation for pay since it is quite high. You can negotiate the start date.
Advice for an offer: Consulting is a life-style where you pretty much have no freedom. You can work from 6AM until 2AM for 6 months including the weekends. They will send you all over the country at any time regardless of your personal situation. They encourage heavy drinking and socializing, but beware, you are judged at those events as well. There is no typical hierarchical business structure, and half of the time I had no idea who my boss was or who I was reporting to.
Both myself and another individual in my position did not (or would not) have accepted a full-time position with this firm. Even though consultants make $85,000, the hourly rate is about $20.
The process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in August 2009.
Interview Details –
On campus interview for public sector department in Sacramento...interviews in the morning--1 case that was simple and too the point about a postal service process roll out and 1 behavioral. Then received call back for later that day. 1 panel (3 people) interview that was half case and half behavioral. Everyone was nice, but seemed a little too unprofessional/chummy.
Interview Question – None Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in March 2009.
Interview Details –
Deloitte collects resumes and cover letters through the school. They get back to you with invitation for interview fairly quickly, less than a week. Then you have to wait like two more weeks for your interview. Depending on the type of job, they would do both the rounds of the interview in one or more days. The first round for me was part behavioral and part case solving. I got a good idea about the culture of Deloitte through these two interviews. They like people that are outgoing and can think 360 level. The second round consists of a longer case and you are given one whole hour for the case.
One thing is that Deloitte hires and interviews people of all backgrounds and cultures. So my suggestion, something that was given to me, is that be yourself!
Interview Question – What would your ex-boss say that you needed improvement on? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2011.
Interview Details – First round interview consisted of 2 half hour interviews: one case and one behavioral. Both were fairly typical interviews of each category. The recruiter promised to call later that evening with whether or not I was invited to the second round the next day--I never got a call. I politely emailed the recruiter that I was disappointed not to hear back. Days later, she called me and blamed me for not following up with her without ever admitting that she had failed to call me when she promised. Although I was disappointed not to get an offer, my treatment by the recruiter stood in stark contrast to other consulting firms and really turned me off applying to Deloitte in the future.
Interview Question – Describe a time you faced a challenging business problem. Answer Question
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