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Detica 2nd round

 
#1 Detica 2nd round
05/04/2007 08:37

Ana

I have a second round interview coming up with Detica. The interview is going to be 2 hours and I will have to give a 20 minute presentation on a topic of my choice. Has anyone been for a second round with Detica before? If so, what was involved and can you give any tips with the presentation?

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#2 RE: Detica 2nd round
11/04/2007 16:11

Anon to Ana (#1)

Ana, The aim of the presentation is to give you the opportunity to demonstrate some original thought and the ability to put across relevant points in a succint and effective manner. There is no question of trying to catch people out, but bear in mind that Detica is a 'brains' type consultancy, and is very selective about recruiting people in its own image.

You will also be interviewed by two senior(ish) staff from the business area(s) your initial interview identified you as being potentially suitable to work in. So expect the interviewers to know their area well and challenge both your understanding and problem solving approaches.

There should be nothing inimidating in this process, and HR should give you a very similar message to the one I have. Just remember that the standard (for any consultancy) is high; prepare well, and if you can demonstrate you have got what it takes you should be fine. Hope this helps, and good luck!

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#3 RE: Detica 2nd round
11/04/2007 16:29

anon11 to Anon (#2)

Hi, I submitted an application about a month ago for a graduate role and haven't heard anything back - do you know how long this usually takes? Is the delay a bad sign?

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#4 RE: Detica 2nd round
11/04/2007 16:39

Anon to anon11 (#3)

I wouldn't say a month is too long, and it's not worth reading anything into this. We've just had year end so potential interviewers will have been very busy with end of year business reporting etc. I'd give it a bit longer then phone HR.

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#5 RE: Detica 2nd round
11/04/2007 16:52

anon to anon11 (#3)

i wudnt worry i applied for an internship with them and it took 8 weeks for them to get back saying they wanted me to go for an interview! unfortunately by that time id already accepted an offer elsewhere so dont know what the interviews are like tho...

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