Nissan - Nissan Graduate Scheme Interview Questions & Answers
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Nissan Graduate Scheme
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Interview processI had to give a 5 minute presentation on a topical news issue of my choice. I then had a panel interview with the head of HR and 2 manages from the buying department.
The interview was more relaxed than I thought it would be, we all made a few jokes and I wasn't too nervous.
They asked me competency based questions, questions about Nissan, my personality and hobbies, how I would cope with certain scenarios and difficult people, and whether I was willing to travel and relocate.
Most difficult questionWhat is your biggest weakness?
Interview tipsPrepare answers to obvious questions, research the company.
Be relaxed (although not too relaxed). Remember the interviewers are human! They might have kids, they have feelings and worries too, and they probably go down the pub on a Friday night.
Be confident. Don't be worried to tell them about your achievements and what you like about yourself. If you are confident you will be great in the role, they are likely to believe it too.
Experiences at the assessment centreWe had to take part in 3 group activities and discussions. We had to make a group decision, place items in order of value, and lastly we were each given a fictional candidate for a job and had to persuade the rest of our group that our candidate was the best for the role.
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
The first couple of stages included a mixed numerical and verbal test, and through success in this l
I was asked about my previous experience & my course, how they were relevant to the job I was applyi
First there was an interview with the Coding and Tenders Manager and the Corporate Procurement Contr
The first step was a telephone interview which lasted about 20 minutes, and asked about my universit
The interviews were scattered throughout the day, mine was after the initial group exercise in the m
My interview felt more like a conversation, rather than an interview. I didn't feel too much pressur
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