I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Scoular Company in September 2013.
Interview Details – I signed up for this interview at a campus career fair. I almost canceled the interview after reading about Scoular here on Glassdoor, but decided to do the interview anyways just for experience.
The interviewer asked me a lot of irrelevant, unethical, and ILLEGAL questions pertaining to my age and marital status amongst other things. As much as I didn't want to work for this company before the interview, I was disgusted with them after the interview.
Never heard back one way or the other about the job.
Interview Question – How much student loan debt do you have? Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Scoular Company in September 2011.
Interview Details – Invited via email for an interview at the Minneapolis office. I was first given an logic test followed by a personality test; spent about 10 minutes each. I then completed two interviews; each one-on-one almost entirely behavioral questions (tell me about a time...). Each interview was supposed to be just twenty minutes but each ran about 30-35 min. All good people, and I felt welcome during the entire process. I received a letter in the mail 2-3 weeks later saying I didn't get the job. Good luck!
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Scoular Company in September 2011.
Interview Details – Spoke w/ HR at a campus career fair. Came in for an interview the next week. Before you meet with anyone for the interview they have you take the Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test as well as a personality test where you check off words you think others would describe you on one side, and words you would use to describe yourself on the other side.
Then spent about 30 minutes speaking with manager. Asked usual behavioral questions.
Interview Question – If $100,000 fell out of the sky, no strings attached, what would you do with it? Answer Question
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