I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at McKinsey & Company.
Interview Details – PST, 2 1-hour on-campus interviews, 3 45 minute in-office interviews
Interview Question – PEI in general can be tricky Answer Question
Interviewed at McKinsey & Company
Interview Details – First round of interview is 2 back to back Behavioral + Case, and PST. Only one behavioral question with each interviewer. Didn't have much follow up questions. But seem to be different depending on interviewer. Very friendly, def not stressful one. case is okay, but have detailed maths.
Interview Question – leadership experience Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at McKinsey & Company in November 2011.
Interview Details – In Shanghai Office
1. analytical test- on reading, reasoning and basic math, paper based test
2. English language test, conversation with employee
3. first round interview, 2 sets, behavioral and case
4. partner interview, 3 sets same setting
Interview Question – Dealing with difficult personality View Answer
I applied online and interviewed at McKinsey & Company.
Interview Details – Passed the PST at first. Then had first round which consisted of 2 separate interviews.
Each interview was made up of 30 minutes 'fit' questions - mostly about one prior experience. The second part, 30 minutes as well was about a case study
Interview Question – Tell me about a stressful experience and how you dealt with it Answer Question
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