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KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise

 
#1 KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
16/03/2014 20:08

Expcons15

I am due to attend a KPMG Assessment Centre shortly for a position in Advisory (experienced hire). Has anyone recently attended a KPMG assessment centre and have any advise on how best to prepare?

Also, any advise on the Technical interview and what it entails would be really helpful. Thanks!

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#2 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
17/03/2014 09:02

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Expcons15 (#1)

One thing's for certain - they should have a spelling test.

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#3 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advice
17/03/2014 12:16

Expcons15 to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#2)

Advice* - Thanks for pointing it out.

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#4 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
17/03/2014 15:13

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to Expcons15 (#3)

Your welcome.

(so to speak) ;)

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#5 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
17/03/2014 19:26

Camster to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#4)

A bit more details would be good. E.g., there were some threads on here about BT Cost Transformation vacancies. But I am sure 100% of the potential candidates who started those threads have no clue about things like LRIC, how to manage costs within a telecoms setting, etc. The right questions weren't asked.

If you are vague, you will get vague answers in return.

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#6 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
07/04/2014 15:10

541f to Expcons15 (#1)

Hi mate,

Hope you were successful in your assessment centre

I am also due to attend a KPMG Assessment Centre shortly for a position in Advisory (experienced hire).

I would appreciate if you can share your experience in particular for the written and case study exercises.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Regards,

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#7 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
14/04/2014 10:35

541f to Camster (#5)

Hi mate,

Hope you were successful in your assessment centre

I am also due to attend a KPMG Assessment Centre shortly for a position in Advisory (experienced hire).

I would appreciate if you can share your experience in particular for the written and case study exercises.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Regards,

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#8 RE: KPMG Experienced Hire Assessment Centre Advise
16/04/2014 11:50

Expcons15 to 541f (#6)

Hi 541f,

The written exercise was a fairly basic attention to detail test in my case. This was in the form of a 3 page document that had to be checked for punctuation, spelling, format and content mistakes. There were potentially 50-55 mistakes in the document and I was given half an hour to highlight them. Nothing too complicated...

The case study was conducted as a group exercise. The main purpose of this was to analyse the data provided and create a presentation at the end of it. The material shared with us included a summary sheet that described what the client wanted us to present on+ a 12-15 page booklet summarising the company, key issues, performance charts etc

We were given 15 mins to read through the data on our own. After that, the assessors came into the room to observe. We had about 40 mins from when they entered the room to discuss key issues, propose solutions and put together a presentation. The presentation lasted 5-10 mins and this was followed up by 20 mins of questions.

The technical interview was heavily based on the CV, and the specific area I applied for. They did ask several probing questions but as long as you are confident in your area of expertise, you should be fine.

Hope this helps...Good luck with the interview!

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