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EY Assurance Summer Intern Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated May 8, 2014
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Assurance Summer Intern Interview

Assurance Summer Intern

I applied through college or university and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at EY.

Interview Details – Applied through Campus recruitment process, received first round interview invitation about two weeks after. Went through a 45 min initial interview then about two weeks later got notified about the on-site final round interview. The questions asked during interview are all behavioral questions.

Interview Question – none really. Basically all questions are of behavioral type, which can be prepared beforehand.   Answer Question

No Offer

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Assurance Summer Intern Interview

Assurance Summer Intern

Interviewed at EY

Interview Details – 1. why do you want to apply for assurance?
2. are you interested in accounting?
3. what's your favorite class?
4. what's the most difficult things did you meet during the past six months?
5. Have you been involved into teamwork?

Interview Question – what's the worst decision you ever made?   Answer Question

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Assurance Summer Intern Interview

Assurance Summer Intern
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university - interviewed at EY in October 2012.

Interview Details – Referred out from on-campus interview. Flew out for dinner at partners home and office visit the following day. Interview questions were very conversational and relaxed. Two partners and a senior manager. Was not asked any situational questions.

Interview Question – Do you have any questions for me? (Come prepared with good questions to follow-up with)   Answer Question

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