Interviewed at PwC
Interview Details Telephone interview questions:
What does PwC do?
What are the different business streams and why did you apply to Assurance and not elsewhere?
Tell me something interesting that has happened recently in the finance world?
Tell me about a time when you had to do something unethical?
Tell me about a time when you had to work with someone with a different working style?
Interview Question – Fairly straightforward - you can find lots of stuff on their website that will help you significantly! Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Better offer elsewhere
Very Difficult Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at PwC in November 2012.
Interview Details The interview process started through campus recruiting. My first interview was a one-on-one interview with a manager and all conversational, with very basic questions about my resume. It lasted 30 mins. The second interview was the in-office interview where they flew me up to NYC. They were with a partner, a senior manager and manager. They all lasted 30 mins.
Interview Question – During the in-office visit, the questions were all behavioral. I didn't feel like they were trying to get to know me at all. They would start out with a basic question and continue to ask every detail about it. For instance they asked me "What do I do to organize my life?" I said keep a planner. Then they asked "How many lines do I have written in the planner a day?" "How many lines do I complete a day?" They also asked "Why does a soda can has a lip around the edge" Answer Question
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