I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at KPMG in March 2014.
Interview Details One hour tele interview with people who work in the department rather than HR. Competency based interview. Normal question, such as why kpmg, why audit, describe an excellent customer experience, challenge come across, company perform well and why. Two Situational questions.
Interview Question – Most challenge thing you come cross in the past 2-3 years Answer Question
Interviewed at KPMG
Interview Details after submit application form, there are three online test you have to pass before your application being considered.
Interview Question – verbal and numerical online test was really hard. Answer Question
Interviewed at KPMG
Interview Details Online application with competency questions followed by phone interview. Lasted about 45 minutes - Questions were mostly as expected. Covered the following competencies: Career Motivation, Delivers Quality, Awareness of Business Opportunities, Makes an Impact and Resilience.
Interview Question – Name a business that has recently gone global and any issues they had when going global. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 3 months - interviewed at KPMG.
Interview Details First interview, usually face to face with managers or senior managers. Followed by assessment centre with directors and partners. First interview is an hour, whereas assessment centre took most of the day
Interview Question – Could be anything, partners are interested in if your a good consultant and if you know your stuff. Need to prove yourself Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Pretty straight forward, just tell them what you're willing to move for
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at KPMG in November 2013.
Interview Details Online Application
Online tests - Numerical/Logical/Verbal
Assessment centre - manager & partner interview.
Interview Question – Competency based questions - covered everything.
I was asked of a time when I told a lie Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at KPMG.
Interview Details 1) online application form with basic questions. 2) verbal and numerical reasoning tests. 3) telephone competency interview with manager. 4) assessment centre: retest of verbal test, in-tray, summarizing exercise, role plays. 5) partner interview at office location
Interview Question – Tell me of a time when you've disappointed someone Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at KPMG.
Interview Details I passed the online tests and had a telephone interview. The interview felt a bit rushed and the interviewer called late and told me she was ill. They asked all the questions you'd expect from the competencies listed on their website. Make sure you have a good few examples for each one as in the feedback I was told that it was only one question which I slipped up on.
Interview Question – Was asked a question on a time I had delivered quality and, according to feedback, I had not provided a clear enough example. Answer Question
Interviewed at KPMG
Interview Details The interviewer sounded like from an outsourced company. Because she was a completely robot. When I didn't hear her clearly and asked to confirm if what I heard was correct, she told me she couldn't answer my question, all she could do was to repeat the question again.
Interview Question – If a UK company, which is doing well, wants to expand abroad, what should they do? Answer Question
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