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Accenture Interview

 
#1 Accenture Interview
24/02/2003 00:00

Reen

HI, I am a recent graduate and have a first round interview at Accenture on Thursday (27th Feb). Can anyone tell me what type of questions I am likely to be asked and what type of person the company is looking for. THANKS!!

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#2 Re: Accenture Interview
26/02/2003 00:00

Jo Bertram

I went for a first round interview a few weeks ago. They just ask about your application form, why you want to work there, what consultancy there involves, and then loads of questions like when did you show initiative, when did you take a calculated risk etc.

Good Luck!

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#3 Re: Accenture Interview
27/02/2003 00:00

Gary

I had a first round interview last month and have been selected for the final round. The interview is basically split into 2 parts. The first part is about YOU. They ask you about various instances in your life where you might have taken risks, shown initiative etc. One thing I did notice was that practising all the expected questions can only be part preparation. Most of the questions they asked me I had not encountered in the innumerable sites that I had used to prepare. It is quite important that you think on your feet and do not get blustered. Take your time if you have to. The second part is about THEM. Try to research the company as far as possible. You cannot cover the whole site simply because it is too big. Try to get a hang of how they work, service lines and operating groups, and how they build solutions for their clients. Be ready for questions on how hard you are ready to work (time-wise) and how much you are ready to travel. Hope this is useful. Best of luck!

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