Dunelm Interview Questions & Answers
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Graduate Retail Scheme
Difficulty rating 60.0 / 100
Interview processMy telephone interview consisted of 25-30 mins of questions about myself and my suitability to the role. Initially I was asked to describe myself as a person; where I am education-wise, my personal hobbies and interests. Then I was asked to discuss why I had applied for the role, how it linked to my qualifications and career aspirations. Finally, I was asked about my interest in the company, what I thought I could offer them and what I was looking for in an employer.
Most difficult questionWhere do you see yourself in 10 years time.
Describe a time when you had to change someones opinion.
Interview tipsDo some preparation beforehand. Guess some of the questions you think you might be asked and plan several strong answers in which you can reply with. Also, do some basic research on the company, it is always useful to have background knowledge. It is better to be calm as you will think straight and not get yourself stressed out.
Experiences at the assessment centren/a
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
There are 3 stages pre-assessment centre: 1. Online application form, including competency question
First was a phone interview which was questions about work experience and why I wanted the job. Then
The initial phone interview lasted around 40 minutes, including time at the end for me to ask questi
1. Submit your CV and answer additional questions on Morrison's website 2. Invited to complete situ
After completing the online application, I received a letter inviting me to attend a group interview
The competency based interview included questions on the role- what do you understand about merchand
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