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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Jan 2010 – Reviewed Apr 20, 2012
Interview Details – In total the interview process took about 45 days.
Interview Question – On Campus interview that I could not make and was therefor offered a phone interview. Fairly straightforward and simple, situation questions based on your resume (team work, deal with conflict, etc). Went through a round of 4 1:1 interviews. The interview atmosphere was relaxed and conversational (tell me about yourself, what do you do in your spare time, etc). View Answer
Negotiation Details – Little leverage, fairly firm with their offer.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2010 – Reviewed Jun 28, 2010
Interview Details – Very organized, but it took a while for them to get back to me. In the final interview, I spoke with the US Director of Risk Consulting. He was very attentive on the phone, and we spoke for about an hour. He seemed genuinely concerned about what I was looking for.
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