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Baker Hughes
ASPIRE Leadership Development Program: Sales & Commercial Track was asked...6 April 2019

Why do you want to work for Baker Hughes

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Hello, did your application status change? Mine is “We are considering you for this position” and it has been a month since it changed to that but I’ve received no responses from them yet. My video interview was conducted on Feb 13th 2019 Less

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Did you get any respond from Bake Hughes now?

General Motors (GM)

Can your cost of debt ever be greater than your cost of equity?

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Disclaimer: The interviewer didn't like my answer. Technically your cost of debt can't be higher than your cost of equity because equity takes on more risk in case of bankruptcy because it falls in the back of the line. However, if you are too highly leveraged then your cost of debt would get pushed really high because of lower credit rankings, frightened suppliers, and other potential bankruptcy costs. This would push your cost of equity higher as well. Therefore, your cost of equity would still be higher than the cost of debt at that point but the increase in both was due to taking on too much debt. I would argue then that the cost of debt was higher than the cost of equity. Less

I think while equity is riskier in the capital structure, the costs of debt and equity also depend on other factors like the credit perception of the company, the captial markets scenario, etc. Imagine a scenario where a company is heavily laden with debt, while stock markets and the economic environment are functioning well. The company will have very high cost of debt, while the cost of equity would be at its normal levels based on how much the market is expected to perform. Thus the cost of debt could be higher than cost of equity Less

Baker Hughes

Lab work (measuring pH, measuring resistance, building two mechanical components with instructions given, and measuring inner diameter of a pipe piece)

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How long did it take to hear back after the pre-recorded interview?

What were the individual assessments? Were they numerical, verbal and logical tests? Less


There are N number of soccer teams, who must all play against each other in a set amount of time (amount of time is irrelevant). Find a way to schedule their games in such a way that there is equal amount of time between games for each team, i.e. all teams get same amount of rest between each game.

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Didn't get to the answer, but one of the things to remember is that it's nearly impossible to do this with a small number of teams. Less

Bank of America

Why should I hire you over anyone else that's interviewed here today?

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You should hire me because I am trustworthy and very dedicated to a job. Your company needs a filipino like me, I have potential and belief that can helps to your team as well. Less

Fidelity Investments

1)Describe a time were you had to be creative. 2)Why do you want to work at Fidelity? 3)Describe a time when something did not go according to plan, what happened and how did you handle it? 4) What is something that is hard for you? 5) How do you work in a team environment, describe a specific time. 6) What if there was a co-worker that is difficult to work with, how would you approach that situation? 7) Describe a typical use case diagram involving a school. 8) How would you define an ERD? 9) What is a strength and weakness for you? 10) Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

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2) make sure to reference companies core values... 6) find common interests

Maple Leaf Foods

What do you know about Maple Leaf? How did you handle conflict? Negative experience?

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Normal behavioural answers


Q: Tell me about your ability of team-working with cross-culture employees.

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Did you get this job? If you did would share your interview process experience please Less


What are some tech blogs you follow?

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Interesting engineering: for new technologies, indiegogo and kickstarter for new tech products, DIY magazine to learn about small projects, and karigami for creativity. Less

General Motors (GM)

How would you reconcile EBIT to cash flow

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Subtract taxes and add interest. Add depreciation, amortization, and impairments. Where asset accounts increase, subtract by that amount. Where assets decrease, add by that amount. Where liabilities increase, add by that amount. Where liabilities decrease, subtract by that amount. Add issuance of stock and subtract dividends. (That's what I would say in a general sense. You could break it up by operating, investing, and financing activities.) Less

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