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J.P. Morgan
Project Manager/Business Analyst - Associate - IB Ops was asked...November 29, 2010

Tell me why do you want to work for J P Morgan?

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I'm sincerely interested to get opportunity to this company. Hope if I am hired.

I'm Post graduate looking forward for the role which suits me

Digital River

What is your favorite word?

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I have a hard time deciding between incongruous and anti-disenfranchisement.

revenue

Orane Consulting

Describe your work.

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Look at its past work. suggestion- connect with ex employees and current working. Less

Project Management & Business Consultancy.

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Tell me about your experience.

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Electronic 11years

Electronic 11 years

IBM

what is your past experience ?

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you tell them about your over all experience including summer trainings

Beauty consultant Yves Saint Laurent

InComm

The whole interview is based on a test of allotting time to workers based upon different variables. Essentially logic.

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I had two friends who work for them and I was told to prepare for the different stages of a credit card transaction, not said test. It's not that difficult, but I panicked as not being prepared. Once we started going over it it started making more sense. Less

TEKsystems

Describe all my experiences working as a Project Manager and a Business Analyst. Describe a time when you were challenged by a project because some of the project team members did not get along.

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I had a meeting with my team and asked each person to explain their feelings regarding the situation and how we could work together to resolve any issues. The goal was to create a positive environment where al team members would work together to develop the best work environment for everyone involved. Less

The Money Source

Questions were pretty generic, though I had the feeling the hiring manager didn't actually read my resume before the interview. The biggest issue red flag was an impromptu spelling test. Hiring manager claimed it was to see if I knew the proper use of contractions and the distinction between whose and who's, teams and team's. I wondered if the "test" presented to all candidates or if she was just looking for an excuse to exclude. Interviewer kept stating that an apostrophe is being used as a contraction.

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I replied that it can also be used in a the possessive form and not just for contractions. Less

Almac Group

What do you think will be the biggest change or adjustment from your current role?

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I was changing industries, so answered that the biggest change will be working under FDA regulation and all the stringent guidelines and paperwork that entails. Less

Smartmatic

Have you read this book? (Osterwalder's Business Model Generation)

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No, but I will. (in fact, I bought it online at the airport and started reading it; when invited to deliver my presentation, I've already finished it and I include at the end of the PPoint slides my view of the business case studied based on the things explained in the book - a big surprise for them, unexpected because it was not asked). Less

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