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No Offer – Interviewed in Salt Lake City, UT Nov 2010 – Reviewed Dec 16, 2010
Interview Details – The phone interviews were very easy, only behavioral questions. You should know exactly why you want to work for Goldman Sachs and if you are coming from a background different from finance, you should definitely relate it to why you want to work in finance. Be very relax and honest. Prepare good examples form your past professional and educational experiences and use good keywords when you describe your skills such as leadership, team-oriented, innovator, etc...
No Offer – Reviewed Jan 18, 2013
Interview Details – Two 30 minute competency based interviews. Everyone was really nice and made you feel comfortable
Interview Question – When did you not use your morals? Answer Question
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