Bank of Ireland
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Inside buzz reviews from graduates (22)
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Interview Process (graduates)
What form did the interview process take? What kind of questions were you asked in your interview?
"The application process involves: an online numerical test, an assessment day comprised of a group exercise, followed by a psychometric test, a one-on-one presentation, and finally an interview."Graduate, Dublin
"The initial written submission includes short essay questions. This is followed by a daylong interview which includes a short presentation."Graduate, Dublin
"The assessment day involved a group exercise, individual presentations and a psychometric test."Graduate, Dublin
"The application process includes a CV screening, online tests, a phone interview and an assessment centre."Graduate, Dublin
"The interview process is quite standard and it consists of an online application, an assessment and interview. The interview/assessment day itself was intense, comprising of group exercises, individual testing and an individual presentation followed by an individual interview."Graduate, London
"The interview process for graduates was meticulous, in which I had to complete numerical and verbal reasoning tests to start with. This then led into a telephone interview, followed by another telephone interview. Graduates are then invited to an assessment centre day where they have to complete at least two interviews, and sit through a group and individual scenario based situation before finally completing a spatial awareness and logical reasoning test."Graduate, Dublin
"The assessment day was intense, consisting of a case study which I had to discuss with the other candidates and make recommendations on. This was full of qualitative and numerical information. Then there was a very long psychometric test, and then I had to prepare a presentation based on the case study and present to two interviewers. Finally, there is the interview where I had to write a report based on the case study."Graduate, London
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