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Financial Institution Specialist Interview Washington, DC

What is your core work foundation?

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What was the writing like? Do they give you topics and you just start writing? Or do they give you several documents and you just write a summary of some sorts?
For the proofreading, was the material regular or was it something about the FDIC?

Student4FDIC on Dec 3, 2013
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With the business analysis and the accounting ratios, do we focus more on balance sheet or income statement?

Student4FDIC on Dec 3, 2013
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The writing topics are very basic and ask you to compare and contrast two simple subjects that spans 1-2 pages. For example, I remember one of the prompts asking you to compare living at home by yourself with more expenses versus living with a roommate. It won't trip you up - just make sure you're concise and organized. The proofreading was general material - it won't require any additional preparation.

The business analysis is mainly balance sheet ratios from what I recall. ROA, ROE, and Current Ratio are really the only ones I remember. You will also be asked to compare and contrast two proposals. I don't think there is a right answer- just make sure that you are confident and have good reasons to support your decision. Hope that helps and good luck!

ADanian on Dec 4, 2013
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What kind of math problems should I expect on the assessment?

GJ on Jan 8, 2016

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