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Polling Analyst Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Bangalore (India)
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview


I applied online. The process took 2+ weeksinterviewed at Thomson Reuters (Bangalore (India)) in July 2011.


I was contacted by the HR of Thomson Reuters for the opening of a Polling Analyst job. It took them around a couple of days to process my CV and arrange for a written IQ/Intelligence test. Although I was not in town, they arranged for the test specifically for me, where I was then located. Then it took them around a week to get back to me for the next round. This was a 1:1 interview, where I was questioned more on the depth of my knowledge of the subject. Finally, I had another round of group interview where I was told more about the job I was getting into and what I should be looking forward to. I was also asked about my expectations from the job and introduced to all the people I would be working with. Finally I was offered a compensation package a couple of days after that.

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Yes, the interview process went very smooth, just that it took quite a bit of time to get completed. Also, the people who took my interview were very professional and encouraging. The compensation was up to the market standards.

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