You have to do a presentation (I think they call it a microteach). This is not for the fainthearted and you need to be comfortable with speaking in front of 6 or so people. Google microteach, as getting an idea what to do is the toughest part because of the large scope.
I did the Haka (New Zealand rugby style) which went down very well but was perhaps slightly unsuitable for an office environment. Others chose; counting in a foreign language, tying a knot, a presentation of persuasion, oragami and more oragami (a lot of people choose this). The standard is high but the FactSet team will ring you beforehand to give some advice - take it!
This question was difficult as I couldn't give a precise answer. I just stated that the information provided in the case study wasn't detailed enough and that I would have to work it out and bring the results to the next meeting. Seemed to work.
No it isn't, as there is more to recruitment than just cold calling, it's about building relationships with clients and candidate. Meeting with them and making sure that your candidate is ready for your client, as it's not just your reputation that they are representing, but also the company your work for.