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First Round EY - new consulting practise

 
#1 First Round EY - new consulting practise
01/03/2006 13:32

fannyadams

Chaps, (and chapesses)

i have a first round interview for new consulting practise at Ernst and Young. Can anyone give me a heads up on what to expect?

Thanks in advance

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#2 Re: First Round EY - new consulting practise
01/03/2006 17:36

Recruiter

Can't advise on the process but I'd expect a very hard sell as they have been pushing this under the guise of "Advisory" for 2 years. They've aggressively recruited in the market but recently I've seen some Partners wanting to leave as they just can't offer the services of some of their competitors and are still ruled by the Audit Practice. However - they're generally a decent Firm and if the can offer the work in the areas of your expertise then worth looking at.

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#3 Re: First Round EY - new consulting practise
01/03/2006 17:44

Sam

Hi,

If it is a graduate interview I can tell you what the format is and some of the qs as I had mine last month, or you can ask me any specific qs on it.

Sam

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#4 Re: First Round EY - new consulting practise
02/03/2006 10:26

fannyadams

not a graduate interview, but it would be useful if you could tell me some of the q's you got...

thanks

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#5 Re: First Round EY - new consulting practise
02/03/2006 19:11

sam

Hi,

Here is a brief outline on the interview I had.

Why EY - this one was the one requiring the most detail - in ref to competitors, teamwork, leadership, innovative problem solving, which areas most interested in within the advisory area and why as well as what do you know or think about what scheme involves.

It was very relaxed, by far the most relaxed interview I have had and there was time at the end to ask questions and have a bit of general chat. I get the impression that personality matters a lot from speaking to people since.

Hope that is of some use for you and good luck!

Sam

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