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Financial Analyst
Detroit, MI (US)

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at General Motors.

Interview Details Got call from a recruiter asking about resume. Follow on interview with a hiring manager, asked general questions and some specific about position. Went in for interview, started with a case study on the Impala. Not hard, development and sales cost of the vehicle, looking for total NPV. Didn't look at summary, so do even worry about the document just a simple finance problem. Follow on with HR, situational questions, and how great GM is and why you should get hired.

Interview Question – Nothing hard, interviewers weren't very friendly. No feedback either way during interviews.   Answer Question

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Financial Analyst Interview

Financial Analyst

I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at General Motors in November 2012.

Interview Details Interview with two campus recruiters for a position located at Detroit HQ. The two one on one interview was in connection with a Campus Career Fair and involved at least 20 others. There was a series of questions that dealt with mobility, experiences, resume review, and a few technical questions. Be prepared to answer questions based on recent coursework and simple financial analysis.

Interview Question – Simple analytical questions that can take you off guard if your not focused, get a good night sleep   Answer Question

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