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Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
I applied online. I interviewed at PwC (Boston, MA)
The interviewers are super friendly and helpful, the process is layout pellucidly, and everything is noted in a step by step easy to follow instructions. So please do not worry too much.
- Describe yourself and how do your experience link to the job.
Recently I moved to a new practice within PwC. I got my H1B approval notice extended and amended to meet the requirements of a new job role. I got my visa dates booked for my H1B stamping using my old Receipt number. I can fill out the new DS160 form that’s required at the time of OFC interview but how should I tackle with new Approval notice/receipt number situation since I can’t edit the user profile on my visa application page. Has anyone encountered this before ? Any help is appreciated here
Anonymous Employee in Bengaluru
I interviewed at PwC (Bengaluru)
3 rounds of Interview: 1.) Technical Round 2.) Technical - Partner Round 3.) HR Round In both of the technical rounds, they will go through your CV and ask different questions from your skills and projects section. In HR round, it’ll be 3-4 minute personality round in which they’ll ask you about why do you want to join PwC etc.
- Please explain in depth one of your core and one of your software projects, the skills and technologies that you have used.
Anonymous Employee in Mumbai
I interviewed at PwC (Mumbai)
The interview was very basic as it was an internship you just have to be cofident and be yourself. There were 3 rounds taken. Very polite and good people working in the firm as well
- Tell me about yourself Why do you want to work with us?
Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON
I interviewed at PwC (Toronto, ON)
Accessor Role Call & Briefing Group Introduction Sprint1-- Spot (Identify the issue) Sprint2 -- Spark(Brainstorm ideas) Sprint3 -- Shape ( Ideate the solution) Group Pitch & Q&A Start of 1:1 interviews
- Why this role, PWC? A time find it difficult to understand other's opinions?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
I interviewed at PwC (London, England)
The interview process consists of 2/3 calls with senior management in the division. It was well structured, the process was very clearly outlined at the start. Interviewers were professional, friendly and engaging.,
- Your experience and greatest learnings from them.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at PwC
The questions were online, although they are easy questions they are confusing and not clear. I am not sure if they intentional do that to see through your personality but it seems silly and illogical to me.
- questions are mostly to know your work habit, leadership, teamwork
Anonymous Employee in Saint Louis, MO
I interviewed at PwC (Saint Louis, MO)
Applied, scheduled online interview, interviewed with two separate people a higher manager and a partner. Both were very nice and made it the interview pretty good. Would not stress to much about an interview. Great company
- Whether I plan to take the CPA exam
Anonymous Employee in Cairo, Cairo Governorate
I interviewed at PwC (Cairo, Cairo Governorate)
You should know the company well before the interview and have a good background on what you wanna work in and you will be okay in interview process. It is a lot of stages but if you did your work and if you are confident you will pass
- Tell us about the company
Hi 🐟, I am on an H1B and in parallel my I130 was approved and is current as my spouse already has a green card and had made the application. Will PwC law apply for my green card if I request or should I just do the change of status application by myself?
Anonymous Employee in Jakarta
I interviewed at PwC (Jakarta)
The interview conducted by two people, both are user or people that gonna work together with you in a same tam and asking general questions about your current position or activities, knowledge about the role you applied, etc.
- What do you know about ESG? Tell me about it
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
I interviewed at PwC (Chicago, IL)
flowed well, gave opportunities to connect to other associates before the interview day, and everything was well organized in general. Good company to interview with - one of the best interview experiences I’ve had in college
- They asked questions related to the PwC dimensions but everything else was more conversational
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Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at PwC as 74.5% positive with a difficulty rating score of 2.85 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Assistant Analyst and Audit Manager rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for IT Developer and Web Developer roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at PwC takes an average of 27.17 days when considering 9,452 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Consulting had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Senior Tax Accountant roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 300 days).
Common stages of the interview process at PwC according to 9,452 Glassdoor interviews include:
One on One Interview: 27.80%
Phone Interview: 16.38%
IQ Intelligence Test: 8.51%
Group Panel Interview: 8.08%
Background Check: 7.91%
Personality Test: 6.90%
Drug Test: 6.15%
Skills Test: 5.50%