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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 9:28pm On May 08, 2019
encrypt:
Recap of how my interview went.

First thing to note is the interview is at Landmark towers not CPP place.
Though should you make the same mistake I made this morning fixing it is quite easy (Landmark is a stone's throw away)

My interview was for 8:30am and I got to the venue quite early as I was coming from the mainland and I didn't want to risk getting there late due to traffic.

I met a lady who had gotten there earlier for the same interview and soon afterwards others started to arrive.

There was 10 of us and we got spilt in two groups five per group (the selection was random or at least so it seemed)

The first stage was group discussion, the first 5 went for theirs first and when they got back my group went for ours.

We had taken out time to plan our discussions and assigned roles before going in so this helped during the group presentation, every member of my team had valuable contributions and the team leader coordinated us well. I handled the presentation.

Fresh topics are delivered to each group so don't bother asking me what topic was asked, however, know this, the topics would be something you can relate to. It also helps if you have a diverse group.

We all went back to the waiting room where biscuits and tea as well as water was available for those who required them.

Interviews started not long after. Each group had a panel and each member of the group gets called to be interviewed one at a time in the order with which they arrived.

I arrived second this meant I was interviewed second.

The lead time between the first interviewee and my interview was about 90 minutes.

Do take bathroom breaks as much as you need before your turn.

The interview itself.

Well I can't repeat blow by blow all the questions I was asked but I'd say this.

A. Be prepared to talk about yourself excluding everything you have on your CV. Especially if your CV isn't loaded.

B. Majority of my questions if not all was tied to my freelancing career.

You will be drilled! You can't coast through the interview if you have not prepared well. These interviewers are not there to joke they take notes and ask intelligent questions based on your response.

What tip would I give you?

1. Read up on answers to standard interview questions.

2. Prepare answers to behavioral questions. 90% of what I was asked was behavioral based on answers I gave earlier on.

3. Be ready to defend the unit you picked.

4. Smile, breathe and be confident. Don't rush with your answers.

I wish you all the best

Now the wait begins...


The Long night!!! Success bro

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by encrypt(m): 9:33pm On May 08, 2019
Larexpayne:


Thanks for the update

Quick one, during the presentation, did each team member chip in point randomly or in a prescribed manner?

Please note that the interviewers would not interfere in your group discussion they would merely observe. It's in the interest of the group to state their points in an orderly manner.
You don't want to be caught bumping into each other or being rowdy.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by encrypt(m): 9:35pm On May 08, 2019
Kingbee1900:
Thanks for sharing. Please were there any questions of recent news?


In my interview I wasn't asked.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Kingbee1900: 9:51pm On May 08, 2019
encrypt:

In my interview I wasn't asked.

Thanks for your feedback. I wish you really good luck. We'll unmask our identities when we get in

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Kofoworolaog: 11:27pm On May 08, 2019
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Sa1ga1:
Thanks to God. I have even more to thank Him for.

Will love to know and meet those also interviewing on May 22nd. Let's chart a course for success.
Congratulations guys.
Hi
I’m also for May 22nd
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by realone2012: 7:22am On May 09, 2019
encrypt:
Recap of how my interview went.

First thing to note is the interview is at Landmark towers not CPP place.
Though should you make the same mistake I made this morning fixing it is quite easy (Landmark is a stone's throw away)

My interview was for 8:30am and I got to the venue quite early as I was coming from the mainland and I didn't want to risk getting there late due to traffic.

I met a lady who had gotten there earlier for the same interview and soon afterwards others started to arrive.

There was 10 of us and we got spilt in two groups five per group (the selection was random or at least so it seemed)

The first stage was group discussion, the first 5 went for theirs first and when they got back my group went for ours.

We had taken out time to plan our discussions and assigned roles before going in so this helped during the group presentation, every member of my team had valuable contributions and the team leader coordinated us well. I handled the presentation.

Fresh topics are delivered to each group so don't bother asking me what topic was asked, however, know this, the topics would be something you can relate to. It also helps if you have a diverse group.

We all went back to the waiting room where biscuits and tea as well as water was available for those who required them.

Interviews started not long after. Each group had a panel and each member of the group gets called to be interviewed one at a time in the order with which they arrived.

I arrived second this meant I was interviewed second.

The lead time between the first interviewee and my interview was about 90 minutes.

Do take bathroom breaks as much as you need before your turn.

The interview itself.

Well I can't repeat blow by blow all the questions I was asked but I'd say this.

A. Be prepared to talk about yourself excluding everything you have on your CV. Especially if your CV isn't loaded.

B. Majority of my questions if not all was tied to my freelancing career.

You will be drilled! You can't coast through the interview if you have not prepared well. These interviewers are not there to joke they take notes and ask intelligent questions based on your response.

What tip would I give you?

1. Read up on answers to standard interview questions.

2. Prepare answers to behavioral questions. 90% of what I was asked was behavioral based on answers I gave earlier on.

3. Be ready to defend the unit you picked.

4. Smile, breathe and be confident. Don't rush with your answers.

I wish you all the best

Now the wait begins...

Well-done bro. Wish you all the best!

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Barry214: 6:24pm On May 09, 2019
encrypt:
Recap of how my interview went.

First thing to note is the interview is at Landmark towers not CPP place.
Though should you make the same mistake I made this morning fixing it is quite easy (Landmark is a stone's throw away)

My interview was for 8:30am and I got to the venue quite early as I was coming from the mainland and I didn't want to risk getting there late due to traffic.

I met a lady who had gotten there earlier for the same interview and soon afterwards others started to arrive.

There was 10 of us and we got spilt in two groups five per group (the selection was random or at least so it seemed)

The first stage was group discussion, the first 5 went for theirs first and when they got back my group went for ours.

We had taken out time to plan our discussions and assigned roles before going in so this helped during the group presentation, every member of my team had valuable contributions and the team leader coordinated us well. I handled the presentation.

Fresh topics are delivered to each group so don't bother asking me what topic was asked, however, know this, the topics would be something you can relate to. It also helps if you have a diverse group.

We all went back to the waiting room where biscuits and tea as well as water was available for those who required them.

Interviews started not long after. Each group had a panel and each member of the group gets called to be interviewed one at a time in the order with which they arrived.

I arrived second this meant I was interviewed second.

The lead time between the first interviewee and my interview was about 90 minutes.

Do take bathroom breaks as much as you need before your turn.

The interview itself.

Well I can't repeat blow by blow all the questions I was asked but I'd say this.

A. Be prepared to talk about yourself excluding everything you have on your CV. Especially if your CV isn't loaded.

B. Majority of my questions if not all was tied to my freelancing career.

You will be drilled! You can't coast through the interview if you have not prepared well. These interviewers are not there to joke they take notes and ask intelligent questions based on your response.

What tip would I give you?

1. Read up on answers to standard interview questions.

2. Prepare answers to behavioral questions. 90% of what I was asked was behavioral based on answers I gave earlier on.

3. Be ready to defend the unit you picked.

4. Smile, breathe and be confident. Don't rush with your answers.

I wish you all the best

Now the wait begins...
Thanks for the tips.wish you success

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by tijazz: 7:34pm On May 10, 2019
Bricks92:
So I had my interview today, was really drilled. Lots of behavioural questions. HR was not smiling.

My advice: Have a story, know your story and stick with it.

Of course, be prepared. You might not necessarily be asked all the questions you’ve already got figured out. I was not asked most of the popular questions on previous thread. Be ready to think on your feet.

More importantly be confident, own your story! Those HR guys are really good. They can see beyond surface value and once they sense a bit of dishonesty they could put you in a corner to finish you up.

Shout out to all the guys and lady in my team. You were amazing.

Good luck to everyone. May fortune smile on us all.

Thank you very much for your feedback. Meanwhile, what do you mean by story? How long did your interview last?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by ChikezieUche: 12:43am On May 13, 2019
Hello everyone kindly reply if you're for May 30th so we can network. Thanks
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 7:23pm On May 13, 2019
Advisory guys, how is the experience so far? Plenty drillings or child's play stuff
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by belladonna9392: 8:56pm On May 13, 2019
So true!!!! Please Advisory guys that have done their interview please help!!!

Btw what date is yours?
4emmanueltosin:
Advisory guys, how is the experience so far? Plenty drillings or child's play stuff
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 9:59pm On May 13, 2019
belladonna9392:
So true!!!! Please Advisory guys that have done their interview please help!!!

Btw what date is yours?

23rd and you?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Elorez: 10:15am On May 14, 2019
davidmula:
Interview starts May 7 2019, so are those who got success mail ready?

Those who did not, tax apprenticeship advert will be out 13 May 2019. So brace up

Best wishes. I am available to assist y'all
hello, please can you drop your email address so that I can chat with you.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by lifehackmax(m): 11:40am On May 14, 2019
4emmanueltosin:
Advisory guys, how is the experience so far? Plenty drillings or child's play stuff

Any advisory yet to do I could sync up within Lagos to practice and prepare for the Interview
Mine is in mid-June
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by belladonna9392: 2:12pm On May 14, 2019
21st!!!!! Is there no Advisory interview done yet
4emmanueltosin:


23rd and you?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by JARUSHUB: 7:30pm On May 15, 2019
JARUSHUB:
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The interview preparation session involves:

- Conducting research and sharing useful tips on the interview process, including potential questions and answers, for the candidate
Reviewing your CV to anticipate likely questions.
- Conducting MOCK INTERVIEW with you where you will sit down with us and we will interview you as though you were having the real PwC interview, asking questions likely to be asked during the interview.
- Feedback will be provided to you based on your performance and areas that require improvement will be shared with you

Assessment Center

We will take you through the following components of an assessment center:

- Group exercise/group task
- Presentation exercises
- Case study


Our coaches are experts in the industry.

Benefits of this mock session

Benefits of this mock session

1, Deep, first-hand knowledge of audit & consulting industry in Nigeria
2, Familiarity with likely questions you will be asked and tips on how to tackle them
3, Boosting your confidence and minimizing the shock factor on the day of actual panel interview
4, Identifying your weak points and working on it before the actual interview
5, Your interview coaches are experts in interview and AC coaching
6, This is the best preparation you can have for the actual interview and AC
7, Opportunity to meet and get familiar with those that may end up in your group in the actual AC at PwC


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Batch 1: Thursday, 2nd May 2019 (2-4pm)

Batch 2: Sunday 5th may 2019 (2-4pm)

Batch 3: Sunday 12th May 2019 (2-4pm)

Batch 4: Sunday 19th May 2019 (2-4pm)




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FEE
N10,000



Our rates are actually cheap, it goes for as much as $340 (N100,000) in other countries e.g https://www.impactinterview.com/service/interview-coaching-3-hours/

Please call or text 08060482880 or 08085404500 to book date and time.



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We have coached many other people for PwC ACs in the last 6 years and they are now working with the firm.

This assessment center and interview preparation service is also available for financial firms as well as other companies.

We are happy those that attended the first batch found our coaching helpful.
Our next batch of coaching holds this weekend. Call the number above to register.

You get opportunity to do mock group discussions with other participants and we will assess you and give you feedback, areas of improvement.

Picture from a past mock AC we organized.

Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4gunners(m): 7:52pm On May 15, 2019
aynelson:

Yup yup
PM me, let's connect
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Ocon: 6:37pm On May 16, 2019
Please what am I to input in the red lines...

Zero job experience
Don't know what they mean by "subject" and "high school certificate result"

Thanks

Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by CEOwatazs: 6:52pm On May 16, 2019
JARUSHUB:


We are happy those that attended the first batch found our coaching helpful.
Our next batch of coaching holds this weekend. Call the number above to register.

You get opportunity to do mock group discussions with other participants and we will assess you and give you feedback, areas of improvement.

Picture from a past mock AC we organized.

please I was told pwc recruitment is open again aprt from the one that was closed in February, aw true x dt
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by JARUSHUB: 7:28pm On May 16, 2019
CEOwatazs:
please I was told pwc recruitment is open again aprt from the one that was closed in February, aw true x dt

Looks like the new opening relates to this apprenticeship programme

https://www.myjobmag.com/job/129290/graduate-tax-apprenticeship-programme-2019-pricewaterhousecoopers-pwc
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Ocon: 8:24pm On May 16, 2019
Ocon:
Please what am I to input in the red lines...

Zero job experience
Don't know what they mean by "subject" and "high school certificate result"

Thanks
Help me with this post @JARUSHUB
Thank you
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by aydfabulous: 8:30pm On May 16, 2019
The subject part is for you to input all ur ssce results e.g. mathematics A1 etc.... The job experience part, u can put any experience even if it was IT experience
Ocon:
Help me with this post @JARUSHUB
Thank you
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Ocon: 9:01pm On May 16, 2019
aydfabulous:
The subject part is for you to input all ur ssce results e.g. mathematics A1 etc.... The job experience part, u can put any experience even if it was IT experience
thank you brother
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by CEOwatazs: 10:16pm On May 16, 2019
JARUSHUB:


Looks like the new opening relates to this apprenticeship programme

https://www.myjobmag.com/job/129290/graduate-tax-apprenticeship-programme-2019-pricewaterhousecoopers-pwc


thanks alot, God bless yh
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by CEOwatazs: 11:56pm On May 16, 2019
Svelte98:
still waiting on the tax apprenticeship program. Didn't pass the graduate trainee assessment test, don't know whether its because of the numerical or verbal or the OPQ assessment. Will start studying for the tax apprenticeship test.

all the best dear, plix do u know wat n wat the tax apprenticeship entails?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Kingbee1900: 6:56am On May 17, 2019
Guys please wbich of the branches do they do the interviews? I'm on the road laidis
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by WidoxQ09: 7:30am On May 17, 2019
Any advisory here?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Sa1ga1(m): 10:03am On May 17, 2019
Good morning great people. Please, I would appreciate getting to know more people interviewing on the 22nd of May. It's important we connect, so please, let's link up if you are here. Thanks.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4gunners(m): 10:19am On May 17, 2019
aynelson:

Yup yup
Can you PM me, let's connect.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4gunners(m): 10:20am On May 17, 2019
phoebe279:
hi
Can you pm me, let's connect.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by lifehackmax(m): 11:00am On May 17, 2019
WidoxQ09:
Any advisory here?

Yes. Are you in Lagos?
Please email me,.

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