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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 9:15am On Jun 04
Barry214:

maybe.Taking after 2017 set.Anyways....i gained a lot from previous sets and i owe it to the next set too. i have done mine since may but my phone got damaged so i could not deliver. there is nothing new but here are my tips:
1,Be familiar with everybody before the group discussion,it makes it easier.
2, Expect any topic for the group discussion.from topics relating to Nigeria to topics relating to behaviors in work place.if you don't have the idea of the topic, just try to gain knowledge by letting one or two people take the the lead and then you can add yours.
3,when you are called for the interview, let them know if you are nervous, they will try to calm you and you will feel better(it really helped me and they are nice n experts)
4,Read wide.starting from the history,core values and purpose of PwC,Relationship between the big 4, how to answer behavioral questions(this helped me with our group discussion topic).be ready to convince them you have a reason for choosing your line of service and why they should hire you.
5,if you have work experience, it maybe more easier as questions that follow will be based on how you were able to tackle challenges,maintain relationships, e.t.c(what i did was to choose a scenario for different questions before the day).pick news that you will be able to defend very well.have you ever failed?,like i said decide on an example to use but end it with how you turn the failure to victory.if you don't have any work experience other than NYSC, make use of it very well and also think about curricular activities that you have engaged in(
secondary school,university, your life experience and NYSC.)Just prepare examples before going.
6,ways to avoid many questions is to talk about it before being asked.for instance if you are giving an example and it's an example that you can add your motivations, go ahead.it means question about motivation may not be asked again and so on.
7,i have been seeing things like they will be looking at you like an idiot,we smiled all through the interview.so relax.
8, lastly,be smart, think fast(you may be asked to give a judgement),be honest and most importantly be prayerful.
ohhh yes...your introduction is very very important and make sure you jot properly during discussion as you will be asked to leave the paper.i didn't jot properly though(but i'm not sure if it means anything or not) These are my tips...it doesn't guarantee that i will get the job but i hope it helps someone.may God do the best for us.see you
all in July by God's grace.
THE PRAYER CONTINUES........... cool cool cool cool cool cool cool

Nice one bruv!!! You've said it all.
I think being open minded is the key. Most of my questions were questions I did not see on previous threads. Maybe I did not read well but most were based on what I currently do.

So the idea is just for you to expect anything, do not lie (follow up questions will expose you), and be confident.

Good luck

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by zshaka: 2:30pm On Jun 04
zshaka:
Good day. If your interview is on June 7th and would like to swap for June 10, contact me.
Thank you.

This is still open please. Should you know anyone or if you need to swap dates: June 7 for June 10. Kindly contact me.

Thanks
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by belladonna9392: 3:26pm On Jun 04
It was hmmmm.
I was already asked about my previous job experiences before I sat down.
I was asked to explain the meaning of diverse as I claimed to be one
They wanted to know Pwc competitors and if ice applied to any (I said Yes)
Also about the line of services!!! Guys please be informed they do 4 things now, the 4th is Private wealth management
Other behavior questions on what I’m doing at my current job and achievements


Also for the group assessment... for those yet to write , I’ll say this DO NOT CHOOSE PRESENTING unless you’re so sure of yourself and ability to grasp points being thrown at a very fast paced by other people who are there to impress. I literally almost eviscerated myself here. Again please be sure you’re that kinda guy!

Regular strength and weakness and one referee from my current job.

I went in for Advisory so any other Advisory yet to do can pm me

May we all get our heart desire
4emmanueltosin:


How was yours?

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by lifehackmax(m): 4:53pm On Jun 04
belladonna9392:
It was hmmmm.
I was already asked about my previous job experiences before I sat down.
I was asked to explain the meaning of diverse as I claimed to be one
They wanted to know Pwc competitors and if ice applied to any (I said Yes)
Also about the line of services!!! Guys please be informed they do 4 things now, the 4th is Private wealth management
Other behavior questions on what I’m doing at my current job and achievements


Also for the group assessment... for those yet to write, I’ll say this DO NOT CHOOSE PRESENTING unless you’re so sure of yourself and ability to grasp points being thrown at a very fast paced by other people who are there to impress. I literally almost eviscerated myself here. Again please be sure you’re that kinda guy!

Regular strength and weakness and one referee from my current job.

I went in for Advisory so any other Advisory yet to do can pm me

May we all get our heart desire

Hi Bella, I am yet to do. I just sent a pm. You could also kindly reach out to me at jaynox4j [at] gmail.com
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Barry214: 1:10pm On Jun 05
4emmanueltosin:


Nice one bruv!!! You've said it all.
I think being open minded is the key. Most of my questions were questions I did not see on previous threads. Maybe I did not read well but most were based on what I currently do.

So the idea is just for you to expect anything, do not lie (follow up questions will expose you), and be confident.

Good luck
Is a Sis sir.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 1:12pm On Jun 05
Barry214:

Is a Sis sir.

Haa... Apologies Sis

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4gunners(m): 1:46pm On Jun 05
Seriously, there is nothing else to add again. Mine was thesame as belladonna9392. Lots of follow up questions after the first question - tell us what you've been doing after your graduation. I think the questions fiends on the interviewer, not that they've set of questions for the interview.

The waiting continues...
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 3:25pm On Jun 06
4gunners:
Seriously, there is nothing else to add again. Mine was thesame as belladonna9392. Lots of follow up questions after the first question - tell us what you've been doing after your graduation. I think the questions fiends on the interviewer, not that they've set of questions for the interview.

The waiting continues...

Gbam!!! While some were asked local and international news, I was even prepared to start discussing China vs USA but they did not ask. So, it's the mood and the interests of those interviewing you that determines the questions you will get
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Themanwithnonam: 4:51pm On Jun 06
4emmanueltosin:


Gbam!!! While some were asked local and international news, I was even prepared to start discussing China vs USA but they did not ask. So, it's the mood and the interests of those interviewing you that determines the questions you will get
You are right, the truth is you just need to be alert and outspoken and be able to communicate and tell your story honestly without lies.
My interview just spanned around why I decided to come to PWC after a first class in my BSC which isn't related to accounting at all.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Hamebell1(m): 5:08pm On Jun 06
Guys.
Please i was shortlisted for an aptitude test for PWC FY20 Advisory internship(experienced hire)...
What should I expect please
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Fremaxx: 5:23pm On Jun 06
Just practise shl materials from the dropbox link in this trend whether it's 2013 or 2014. Practise shl materials from the shl site by registering with them. Read on how to answer verbal reasoning true/false/cannot say. Practise data interpretation for the numeric section from easy to hard level. Just prepare a time to study 3- 4 hours top if it gets interesting. Then work on your time to finish. The more you practise, the more you stand a better chance.
Hamebell1:
Guys.
Please i was shortlisted for an aptitude test for PWC FY20 Advisory internship(experienced hire)...
What should I expect please

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Elbizzcklinz(m): 5:29pm On Jun 06
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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Ucokpala: 11:13am On Jun 07
Please have they started inviting for interview? I haven't gotten any invite yet ooo
mattyjay:
Please for those whom their Interviews will be falling within the coming holidays ie those writing June 4th and 5th, what is to be done ?
Are we having rescheduled dates ?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by 4emmanueltosin(m): 1:05pm On Jun 07
Ucokpala:
Please have they started inviting for interview? I haven't gotten any invite yet ooo

Which position did you apply for? GT or Internship?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by theoptimist298: 1:53pm On Jun 09
As the days go bye, i become increasingly critical of my outing. Did i even do or say anything right on that day? This wait is like a mind fvckangry
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Matildahenshaw(f): 3:22pm On Jun 09
theoptimist298:
As the days go bye, i become increasingly critical of my outing. Did i even do or say anything right on that day? This wait is like a mind fvckangry
dont cast doubt on your moniker. Keep your head high.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by theoptimist298: 3:34pm On Jun 09
Matildahenshaw:
dont cast doubt on your moniker. Keep your head high.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by agrovick(m): 4:54pm On Jun 09
theoptimist298:
As the days go bye, i become increasingly critical of my outing. Did i even do or say anything right on that day? This wait is like a mind fvckangry

Lmao!
I have zeroed my mind.
Whatever happens, happens.

I would have said take your mind off it but it's easier said than done.

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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Fe190: 10:55am On Jun 10
Guys, please can someone wear a shirt and tie for the interview or is it compulsory to go with a suit ?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Epique: 11:17am On Jun 10
Fe190:
Guys, please can someone wear a shirt and tie for the interview or is it compulsory to go with a suit ?
Better safe than sorry bro. Borrow a suit if you don’t have or cannot afford one. Suit is the ideal dress for such interviews.
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Skevin: 2:20pm On Jun 10
I think you can wear a good shirt and a tie. Just look corporate. You don't necessarily need a suit. Did mine without a jacket.





Fe190:
Guys, please can someone wear a shirt and tie for the interview or is it compulsory to go with a suit ?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by mattyjay(m): 2:36pm On Jun 10
Please for your own sake, put on a suit. If u do not, they wouldnt ask u to leave or anything but its part of the things they consider in rating u as an applicant. Remember its a competition. Wouldn't be nice if u lose out because of something as simple as refusing to wear a suit.
My 2cents.

Fe190:
Guys, please can someone wear a shirt and tie for the interview or is it compulsory to go with a suit ?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by AbbyE: 9:49pm On Jun 10
Fe190:
Guys, please can someone wear a shirt and tie for the interview or is it compulsory to go with a suit ?

Yes you can wear a shirt and tie. Trust me, If they don't take an applicant it won't be because he did not wear a suit
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by ChikezieUche: 1:40am On Jun 12
[quote author=Fe190 post=79188824]Guys, please can someone wear a shirt and tie for the interview or is it compulsory to go with a suit ?

Please get from a friend if you don't have one. Suit is the standard for interviews
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by bellyjean(m): 12:13pm On Jun 13
belladonna9392:
It was hmmmm.
I was already asked about my previous job experiences before I sat down.
I was asked to explain the meaning of diverse as I claimed to be one
They wanted to know Pwc competitors and if ice applied to any (I said Yes)
Also about the line of services!!! Guys please be informed they do 4 things now, the 4th is Private wealth management
Other behavior questions on what I’m doing at my current job and achievements


Also for the group assessment... for those yet to write , I’ll say this DO NOT CHOOSE PRESENTING unless you’re so sure of yourself and ability to grasp points being thrown at a very fast paced by other people who are there to impress. I literally almost eviscerated myself here. Again please be sure you’re that kinda guy!

Regular strength and weakness and one referee from my current job.

I went in for Advisory so any other Advisory yet to do can pm me

May we all get our heart desire

Hi Bella

Trust you are good.b

I sent a pm. Kindly respond

Thanks
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by AlienRobot: 12:27pm On Jun 13
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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by zakir007(m): 7:43am On Jun 16
Hamebell1:
Guys.
Please i was shortlisted for an aptitude test for PWC FY20 Advisory internship(experienced hire)...
What should I expect please
Wow I thought pwc only start recruitment by February every year?
How can you be for internship and also experienced hire?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Hamebell1(m): 8:19am On Jun 17
zakir007:

Wow I thought pwc only start recruitment by February every year?
How can you be for internship and also experienced hire?
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Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by OpiAnooo: 7:34pm On Jun 17
Have those who their interview fell in 4th & 5th public holiday been rescheduled?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Swtcherries(f): 10:06pm On Jun 17
Hello, will PWC post some graduate trainees that were given offer letter to their Abuja branch especially for people that based in Abuja?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by lifehackmax(m): 9:29pm On Jun 18
Do you guys advise I send a confirmation of invite email for my interview on Thursday, 20th ?
Re: PwC Graduate Recruitment 2019 by Oddy16: 10:19pm On Jun 18
This may not be necessary for this set but I owe it to posterity to put it here for the next set.

I did my interview today, it was tough but good.
The people in my group were so nice and motivated

As usual...

Introduce yourself
What motivated you to present (I was the presenter)
What could I have done right during the group discussion
What my group got wrong and what they did right?
Local and int'l news, how it's affecting economy?
Why audit? What do they do, what do tax and advisory do?
Why PwC and what can I offer PwC?
Career goal
My course related questions
When I experienced challenges with my group and a customer, what did I learnt from it?
What interests me?
How do I build relationships?
How do I improve on my technical skills?
How has global knowledge contributed to my life?
Have you worked for long hours? What did you learnt from it?

This is the much I can remember and they are not in order. I asked questions too.

For real, I don't know what to advise, just get prepared enough, and pray if you believe in prayers.

Baba God, I have done my part, may it end in praise, Amen.

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