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indepth interview at PwC

 
#1 indepth interview at PwC
11/07/2003 00:00

Vivian

Hi, dear all, I have passed the primary interview and assessment. Today, I got an invitation for an indepth interview at PricewaterCoopers. Is there anyone who passed the indepth interview or who knows what it is about? Thank you very very much. Vivian

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#2 Re: indepth interview at PwC
13/07/2003 00:00

Hi Vivian:

When r u going to appear for indepth interview? I had primary interview this week but waiting for the result. Do post your experience about in-depth interview. Thanks

-Tan

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#3 Re: indepth interview at PwC
14/07/2003 00:00

Minna

Hi,

What kind of role is it you're up for at PwC? I did a case study and cv interview a few weeks ago (for TSSG) and was invited back for a second round which apparently means another case study and cv interview?! Still haven't got a date for my next round. Are you a graduate or experienced? Would really like to know as well what a indepth interview is about! //Minna

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#4 Re: indepth interview at PwC
17/07/2003 00:00

Alan Arnett

Hi folks :)

I worked at C&L/PwC for 10 years, and while I don't know what the indepth interview will look like now I've got 2 pieces of advice:

1. Even though they have 'standard' processes, the experience will vary according to the group/person you meet on the day - some people stick to a standard process - some use it as a starting point - so be prepared for anything :)

2. Having said that, one thing all consultancies value is self-starting ability, so as well as waiting for other comments here give PwC a call and ask them what the indepth interview process covers. They might be busy but they should be impressed that you have asked (most people won't) and will give you some guidance.

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#5 Re: indepth interview at PwC
24/07/2003 00:00

I actually applied for Associate position (ABAS) at PwC. The in-depth interview actually is to make a decision whether you are suitable or not. Therefore, they will ask you everything they might be interested. Since the interviewers were different from the previous ones, you should prepare everything.

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