I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in April 2013.
Interview Details – I applied on my school's career website and received an interview around one month later. I arrived at the interview early and the greeters were extremely friendly and helpful. Two back to back 30 minute interviews, each with one employee. The interviews were very normal, nothing that was surprising. There were a lot of the typical behavioral or leadership questions. Make sure you know current events, especially about JP Morgan and their different business segments. I was called two days after the interview with an offer (this is rare and they usually take much longer). The interviewers seemed very nice, however quite busy.
Interview Question – What does operations do and why do you want to be an operations intern? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details – Talked to someone at the career fair. Told me to attend an information session which I did. Got invited for two thirty minute interviews with 4 different people. Grilled me right away on what I knew about the company. Very friendly company.
Interview Question – How could you better yourself to think more analytically? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details –
I attended an on-campus presentation. I then applied on my school's career website and I was contacted a few weeks later by a recruiter who received a paper copy of my resume that I left with the JP Morgan Chase presenters. The recruiter encouraged me to apply on the JP Morgan website and to notify him afterwards. After about a month of back and forth communication via email, I was eventually able to land a phone interview with two senior executives in Chicago.
The interview was meant to be 1 hour total, 30 minutes with each executive, but it ended up lasting over 2 hours. However, at the time I was under the impression that if they liked me, they would want to interview me in person. That never happened.... I was contacted the next day by the recruiter with an offer.
In terms of the questions I was asked...The questions I was asked weren't too bad. Make sure you do your research on JP Morgan's history and current events. I was asked to break down the different segments in which JP Morgan operates (good thing I prepared). I could tell that the executives I interviewed with were not giving interviews on a regular basis. One executive broke the interview into sections "About me", "About JP Morgan", "Skills", etc. and gave me 4 questions all at once under each category and told me to answer them in any order I wanted. While the style of the interview was a little different, the questions weren't all that difficult.
Interview Question –
Give me an excel function you would use to solve this problem... (I'm not able to remember the framework of the problem)
What is your leadership style
Tell me about a time you worked with a difficult indivudual Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Received an email with an offer and didn't feel as though there was any room for negotiation. However, I was happy with the amount I was being offered.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details –
-2 Rounds Interviews
Interview Question – The interview questions were fairly straight forward. Most of them were competency based and some were commercial awareness oriented. Example question includes: Tell me about a person that you admire. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Other options available
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