I applied through college or university and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Fifth Third in September 2011.
Interview Details – On-Campus interviews. Pre-night (definitely attend). A lot of on-campus events. They definitely want to see the same faces over and over to ensure interest in programs. On-Site interviews are pretty chill. Usually senior manager and above with an Associate panel later in day. On campus interviews are a few weeks before the on-sites. If you don't send a thanks email to both interviewer and HR rep, you'll probably not get called back. They love hand written thank you cards, so send one of those as well, in fact have it already written before your interview and fill in a few blanks and mail it right after the interview. Cool cool.
Interview Question – they were all pretty much behavior based questions. they weed out the people that don't cut by reviewing resumes and these meet and greet events. Don't expect to be asked to prepare a FCFF DCF model, but definitely learn how to do that trash - its pretty cool. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Negotiation is pretty limited. The industry is pretty standardized out here in Cinci. They do pay more than the Big 4.
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Fifth Third.
Interview Details – Interviewed on campus and they had canned questions to ask which were not overly difficult or far fetched. They brought me back for another round of interviews with more senior management in the audit department at the headquarters with more of the same canned questions that were not overly difficult, but did allow you to sell yourself
Interview Question – how do you deal with situations where a co-worker does not agree with you and fights back in a manner where they will not budge Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They sent you a letter of acceptance for you to accept within a couple of weeks. Not much room for negotiation
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