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EY Advisory - second round

 
#1 EY Advisory - second round
09/03/2006 13:15

fanny adams

Hi all,

im going to the second round interview for the new EY advisory service. Im told that it will be case study based. Does anyone have any experience of what this may be?

Ideally id like to hear from someone who has recently seen some of the case studies they use!

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#2 Re: EY Advisory - second round
09/03/2006 13:24

why do you need help?

I'm always a little uncomfrotable seeing messages like this. If you're confident enough in your own abilities to apply to a company like EY, then the chances are your innate talent and acquired skills will allow you to make a strong case for yourself at interview. I'm not sure that someone giving you the edge over another candidate would be doing a favour to either that person, the company itself or indeed you.

Having said this, I wish you best of luck.

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#3 Re: EY Advisory - second round
09/03/2006 14:17

why not?

Do you realise how stupid you sound?

Most people are probably able to contact school alumni that are working at the firm or speak to friends that have applied to that position previously, and get all of the information necessary (including what the case study consists of). Just because someone might not have any contacts in place to ask these type of questions should they not be allowed to post on a forum to get some helpful advice?

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#4 Re: EY Advisory - second round
09/03/2006 15:05

fanny adams

yeah!

ner!

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