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Actuarial Intern
San Antonio, TX

I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at USAA in October 2008.

Interview Details – After talking to USAA at my school's career fair, I received a call requesting an on-site interview. The interview consisted of talking to the lead p&c and life actuaries with a lunch in between. Each person asked the typical interview questions. Later that night I got another call informing me I was going to be offered the internship.

Interview Question – There really weren't any hard questions asked. It seemed that the interviewer was more interested in my personality and whether I would fit in with the group.   Answer Question

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