UBS Sales and Trading Interview Questions & Reviews

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Sales and Trading Interview

Anonymous Employee
Anonymous Employee
Application Details

The process took 2 days - interviewed at UBS in January 2010.

Interview Details

I went to UBS Sales and Trading Superday for their internship position. The day started off with a written test. We were given a practice test beforehand but the actual test was much easier than the practice one (surprisingly). Then, we all had five 20 minute interviews in a row. Each interviewer started off with the same 'tell me about yourself' question, then some asked brainteasers, some asked math questions, and some just grilled you on why you wanted to be in S&T.

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    Sales and Trading Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Stamford, CT
    Anonymous Employee in Stamford, CT
    Application Details

    I interviewed through college or university. The process took 1 week - interviewed at UBS in February 2010.

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    I did an on campus interview for the first round, and headed to the final round in Stamford, CT, as that's where the main trading floor is. The interview experience was pretty mixed- some of the interviewers were very friendly and gave a lot of advice, while others just looked really tired. A lot of brain teasers and math questions.

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