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PRTM Interview Structure

 
#1 PRTM Interview Structure
24/08/2006 13:03

Benjamin to deleted (#0)

Can someone please let me know about PRTM interview structure i.e. is it just face to face talking or do they inclde case studies, quantitative tests etc. Or is it a mix of both? WHY on earth they are they based out of Oxford?? any logical reason e.g. lot of customers in that area?? the commute from London can be daunting...

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#2 RE: PRTM Interview Structure
24/08/2006 14:41

ExPRTM Cons to Benjamin (#1)

Hi there - its an initial interview with a Principal Consultant then a panel interview with3 people where you do a case study.

PRTM constantly say they are recruiting, but very rarly hire people.

Bad company to work for - I know, I used to

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#3 Re: PRTM Interview Structure
24/08/2006 15:31

Binyamin

But how can they be a bad company to work for when they've been ranked by Consulting News as the best company to work for over the last 2 years? Rating is derived from their own consultant surveys.

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#4 RE: PRTM Interview Structure
25/08/2006 11:25

JIM to Binyamin (#3)

I went through the interview process at PRTM. I did one interview with a principal who was very austere. Nonetheless, I did like him. I then did a morning of 6 interviews with other principals on the trot, inlcuding a case study.

It was very much a one way exchange process. When I tried to get

more info on projects and how they were delivered, I found them guarded. I couldn't get a fix on the working environment and culture. For that reason alone I was not prepared to join.

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#5 PRTM Interview Structure
25/08/2006 11:34

Benjamin to JIM (#4)

Thank you all for your perspectives on the interview structure at PRTM. Can somebody also elucidate the reason of their Oxford location? do you have to go there everyday or most projects are in London/abroad and it doesn't really matter where the office is located...?

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#6 PRTM Interview Structure
25/08/2006 11:35

Benjamin to JIM (#4)

Thank you all for your perspectives on the interview structure at PRTM. Can somebody also elucidate the reason of their Oxford location? do you have to go there everyday or most projects are in London/abroad and it doesn't really matter where the office is located...?

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