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I applied online. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble.
After submitting application, the next part of the process involved an online tests to ensure candidates fit with the company culture, as well as a general aptitude test. Both were fairly straightforward and should cause no concern.
- What are you passionate about? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Procter & Gamble
Intern InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble (Harrogate, England (UK)) in April 2015.
online application followed by online tests followed by in house tests followed by two in house interviews. Only progressed to the first in house interview - this involved a panel of three individuals, however one individual asked the vast majority of the questions, whilst the other two made notes and contributed occasionally. The focus of the interview was largely in-line with what is described here on glassdoor. A huge emphasis on leadership
- name a time when you experience conflict and how did you overcome it? Answer Question
Intern InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
Duplicated questions in written tests. First round was online written tests and logical test. Second round was on campus written test, third round was face-to-face interview. Candidates of different departments were arranged to test together so the competition was very keen.
- How did you handle conflict in discussion? Answer Question
Intern InterviewNo OfferAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble (London, England (UK)).
very common methodology. submit cv and cover letter on their website. you received a link for a reasoning test. it is a bit unconventional but nothing difficult. three days later i was invited to phone interview. there i failed because at the question "why are you excited about selling batteries" I did not know what to say.
- why are you excited about selling batteries? Answer Question
Intern InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
2 interviews in total. One 1-on-1 and One 2-on-1. The order is not fixed. Both interviews are competencies based. Before the first interview, you will need to do a numerical, verbal and logical test on paper. If you pass on the day, you will be invited to the interview straight away.
- Tell me about a time when you encountered a difficult situation. Answer Question
Intern InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble (Newcastle, England (UK)) in April 2010.
I initially applied online, submitting my CV and covering letter. I then had to take two online tests consisting of a reasoning test and their "success drivers" assessment. About a month later I received an email saying I had been successful and inviting me along to their assessment day where I had to take another longer and more difficult reasoning test. I found out within 24 hours that I had passed this test and then was invited to have a phone interview, I again passed this stage and was informed straight away that the next stage would be face to face interviews with a senior manager. I travelled to their head offices and had my interview which lasted roughly an hour with two of their senior managers, and consisted of virtually identical questions to the phone interview. 10 days later I received a job offer. Apart from the initial waiting stage the whole process was very fast.
It was an internship so negotiation was not appropriate
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