I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at KPMG in October 2013.
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Was not really interested in the job but they told me they would interview me at my university. Not having a business background and doing some technology consulting work I thought I would be fine. The interview ended up being about business processes and the SDLC more than having technical knowledge about anything.
The person I talked to looked overworked, and was fishing for business buzz words most of the time, they aren't interested in any technical knowledge in the interviews.
Don't go to the interview early because you talk to KPMG employees that don't stop talking about the weather or their dog (i.e. it is a very flat conversation you have to laugh through or it is awkward)
I did not go to their "social night" at a local bar which I think would have made me look more interested in their company
Interview Question – Asked me how data quality assurance principles apply to financial analysis (insert buzz words I forgot) View Answer
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