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Name a change that you have faced (work or school). What steps did you take and what was the outcome? Name 2/3 strengths that you have when working with a team. Name a time when you faced a problem. What was the problem? What steps did you take to solve the problem and what was the ending result? Name a time when you had to analyze data? What did you analyze? How did you analyze it? What was the outcome?

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Be sure to answer ALL parts of the questions. You are allowed to write and you have plenty of time. Notes are taken from you before you leave the room.

What office did you get? Did you have choices?

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?

What is your core work foundation?

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They don't give you a lot of guidance on how to answer the questions, and they don't repeat the questions, after you've begun your answer. Take a pen and paper in and write down the entire question, especially if its a multiple part question so you can answer the whole thing without leaving anything out

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Tell us about a time when you had to unexpectedly change a procedure or be flexible with a project? Use work, school, or other projects to find an example. Be very detailed.

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You are made to sign an agreement that you will not discuss interview questions or scenario information

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Group Assessment

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I signed a confidentiality agreement. Other people have broken this. Look at theirs. Advice is to come up with a story for each question. Let them really understand your skills.

Questions are not difficult, it's how you respond to them that really matters. Non-disclosure of assessments and process prevents further elaboration.

There are 5 testing areas which can be a little stressful. The stress is all the down time and waiting in between.

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