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No Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2011 – Reviewed May 08, 2012
two 1:1 interviews with a consultant and a managing director
1 task to complete (financial data analysis, excel, etc)
Interview Question – How would you value a firm? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed on Washington, DC (US) Jun 2011 – Reviewed Apr 13, 2012
Interview Details Referred through agency in New York. Project manager called for phone interview. Hired me during that conversation.
Interview Question – Tell me about your doc review experience. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
No Offer – Interviewed in Washington, DC (US) Feb 2012 – Reviewed Mar 23, 2012
Interview Details Consisted of 2 30 minute interviews. Almost all behavioral questions. Not too hard.
Interview Question – Why did you chose your major? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2011 – Reviewed Mar 16, 2012
Interview Details I met with 2 individuals who asked me many questions. I felt the interview was thourough and I had plenty of time to express my accomplishments
No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY (US) Dec 2011 – Reviewed Mar 11, 2012
Interview Details Received interview through employee referral. Interview was 1:1 in the campus recruiting center. Mainly consisted of going through resume/CV. Not a whole lot of questions, mainly about fit/feel, career goals, etc. Was not offered, probably because I was hesitant to express my love for auditing when he asked (accounting major).
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for FTI? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed on Chicago, IL (US) Feb 2012 – Reviewed Mar 11, 2012
Interview Details I was called into the office to conduct 4 1:1 interviews that each took 30 minutes each. I was asked simple questions about my background, resume, and experiences. I was also given a couple brain teaser questions to test my analytical skills.
Negotiation Details – N/A
No Offer – Interviewed in Sep 2011 – Reviewed Feb 18, 2012
Interview Details Interview consisted of a initial phone interview and an excel worksheet test. The phone interview lasted about 20-30 minutes and consisted of open ended questions such as "Tell me more about yourself."
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Oct 2011 – Reviewed Feb 04, 2012
Interview Details Pre-night with FTI on campus and had interviews early the next morning. Interviewer seemed very laid back and was conversational. Asked basic behavioral questions. Sold me a lot on the job.
Interview Question – Why Heathcare? Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY (US) Dec 2011 – Reviewed Feb 01, 2012
Interview Details There were two rounds. The first round was relatively easy, just going over your resume and various behavioral questions for half an hour. The final round consisted of 3 1:1 interviews, each questioning you on various skills and thinking methodologies, etc. as well as a presentation, which was probably also a test. The final round was a long day for sure. FTI was also stupidly slow with the time it took them to notify you of admittance to the next round and then of the offer.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2011 – Reviewed Jan 06, 2012
Interview Details Only one fit interview - no cases or technicals. Talked about my previous internships and my accomplishments at school. Very informal and unstructured - much of it was actually informational about FTI. Just be sure to appear articulate and show a logical thought process when talking through your fit questions.
Interview Question – What do you think is the most useful trait as an intern? View Answer
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