Michael Page International Recruitment Ltd - Graduate Recruitment Consultant Interview Questions & Answers
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Graduate Recruitment Consultant
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Interview processI did a telephone interview consisting of competency based questions and a role play. I was then invited to an assessment centre which was very difficult! 3 group exercises and a written exercise in a high pressure environment but got to see the office and meet some of the team.
Then I was invited to a one to one interview with the regional manager which was more competency based questions and a role play, this was fairly relaxed. Then I had to complete an online SQL test to see how I would be able to sell.
Finally, I did a one to one interview with the managing director which was the hardest interview I've ever done. She asked very intrusive personal questions and questioned everything I've done ever! Very stressful.
Most difficult questionWhat is the most selfish thing you've ever done? I had to think of this on the spot and as a not very selfish person I really struggled..
Interview tipsReally make sure you want to go into a hard sales environment with long hours, but are rewarded massively with money and holidays. Be confident, you have to sell yourself so much and don't take a back seat - show you want it.
Experiences at the assessment centreGroup activities including a role play, interviewing each other and prioritising tasks
- Group / Panel
- Senior Management
- Verbal reasoning
- Assessment centre
- Group excercise
- Background check
- Competency based questions
1st Round Interview and 3 Tests. 2 hours total 20 minute face to face interview on my history, mo
The telephone part of the interview for graduate analyst positions at Accenture is conducted via Hir
Very easy, very standard phone interview. Basic questions, why FDM and why PMO. Followed with a few
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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