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Presentation to partner during E&Y BAS interview

 
#1 Presentation to partner during E&Y BAS interview
23/01/2009 16:41

a

Hello,

Any experience with partner presentation exercise during E&Y BAS interview?

KIndly share experience, how to prepare for this and what to focus on etc...

Thanks

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#2 RE: Presentation to partner during E&Y BAS interview
23/01/2009 23:05

C3P0 to a (#1)

Didn't they go under already?

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#3 RE: Presentation to partner during E&Y BAS interview
24/01/2009 12:00

a to a (#1)

would appreciate if someone shares experience with this presentation type of exercise, preferably from E&Y and also from any other firm's interviewing process.

thanks

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#4 RE: Presentation to partner during E&Y BAS interview
24/01/2009 22:06

V. Kemp to a (#1)

If you want to brush up on your presentation skills, contact www.SwitchVision.co.uk

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#5 RE: Presentation to partner during E&Y BAS interview
25/01/2009 12:39

EYer to a (#1)

Normally you are asked to present on a project that you have worked on previously. The presentation is usually quite short, about 10 minutes with 20 minutes for questions and answers afterwards. Most candidates prepare too much material.

Focus on your key messages, know your material inside-out, understand your contribution to the effort (what did YOU do, as opposed to what the team did) and think about the lessons you learned and what you would do differently if you had to do it over again.

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