KPMG - KPMG Audit Opportunities for Graduates Interview Questions & Answers
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KPMG Audit Opportunities for Graduates
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Interview processThe telephone interview was the 2nd step in the recruitment process, after the application and online tests. It lasted around 45 minutes, as I was told. I was asked a set of basic competency questions and some business-related questions. I had more or less prepared using various forums so I was able to answer most questions with relative ease.
Most difficult questionThe scenario questions were difficult as you cannot really prepare for them. I was asked 2 of these types of questions. The interviewer will first describe the scenario both of which were quite long and boring. One was about time-consuming tasks with similar deadlines and the other one about a group situation
Interview tipsPrepare thoroughly using popular forums where participants have usually described in detail what to expect. However there will always be tests you cannot fully prep for, such as role play and e-tray. Which is where I think I struggled - so make sure the preparation is there and then the rest is a bit up to luck!
Experiences at the assessment centreReport writing, role play and e-tray. The report writing is straightforward, candidates are given various texts and then asked to write a report with recommendations. Role play involved two situations, one with an unhappy client and another with your manager. E-tray was quite hard, there were numerical questions, voice mails, video messages.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
-Online Application: Competency based questions about your experiences so far followed by a numerica
The application process began with an application form which asked general questions such as why acc
After getting thru the online stages (application form, numerical reasoning followed by critical thi
Application started with competency questions, very typical: describe a time when you have: team wor
My initial contact was via email after I had submitted my application which asked me a number of que
My interview was a one on one interview with a member of their graduate recruitment team, the interv
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