Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Associate Consultant Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at The Amundsen Group (Burlington, MA).
I applied online through my school's job board. A week or two later I had two back to back 30 minute interviews on campus. The individuals from the on-campus interview process were very friendly and nice, and I was very excited to go up to their office for a full day of interviews. After this, I had to do a skills test, which basically was how to perform different functions in excel. When I went up to their office, I had 4 or 5 interviews and lunch with a few new hires. Although I liked most of my interviewers, there was one that was abrasive and rather rude. I will detail his question below. This really turned me off from the entire company.
- Most of the cases were pretty easy and built off of the cases listed on their website. However, there was one case where I was asked to solve unemployment in Bermuda. Know where bermuda is, and think about the industries there. Think about how you can count the number of people going into and out of the country. 1 Answer
Reasons for Declining
offer package, location (it's in the suburbs in an office park), having to work long hours and weekends.
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I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at The Amundsen Group (Burlington, MA) in April 2012.
Had five different interviews: 1. Phone interview with HR 2. Online technology test (excel and SQL) 3. Phone interview with consultant (behavioral and case study) 4. In person interview with two senior members (behavioral and case study) 5. In person interview and lunch with numerous team members I got through all the rounds, and they seemed to really like me. But, after all that, they didn't give me an offer and gave no reason for it.
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