KPMG - KPMG - Technology Consulting Opportunities for Graduates Interview Questions & Answers
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KPMG - Technology Consulting Opportunities for Graduates
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Interview processThe telephone interview was the third step in the recruitment process, after application and online tests. It lasted around 25 minutes, although I was told it would last between 40-60 minutes. I was asked a set of basic competency questions. I had prepared using various forums so I was able to answer all of the 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 amending a task and the other 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. I think the e-tray is where I failed. 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 particularly difficult for me, there were numerical questions, voice mails, video messages.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
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One interview happened at the assessment day. This was very relaxed. We discussed how I thought I ha
The interview was the final stage of the assessment centre. It felt almost like an informal chat as
The initial telephone interview was only about 20 minutes and was with the graduate recruitment team
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