Hi Everyone! does anyone have experience with the online test done for applicants in Germany at... (read entire question)
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does anyone have experience with the online test done for applicants in Germany at BearingPoint? I have just done it and in the results, it shows that im above average in 3 out the 4 categories and in one, i am slightly beloew average. In the personality test, im always in the average field. Is this enough? When will i get feedback on my result?
Thanks in advance!
Hi, I don't have a good personal answer for you (though I have heard of Capgemini, not Bearing Point). However, check out Glassdoor.com to see employee reviews of companies. this will give y... (read entire answer)
I don't have a good personal answer for you (though I have heard of Capgemini, not Bearing Point).
However, check out Glassdoor.com to see employee reviews of companies. this will give you a feel for culture, reputation, etc.
Link here: https://www.glassdoor.com.au/Reviews/index.htm?countryRedirect=true
Hope this helps!
All these are well known international IT Consultancies. I personally would go for Accenture first, Bearinpoint second and Cap last, but others may disagree. Going to a Tier2, Tier3 or Boutique for... (read entire answer)
All these are well known international IT Consultancies. I personally would go for Accenture first, Bearinpoint second and Cap last, but others may disagree.
Going to a Tier2, Tier3 or Boutique for a couple of years is definitely a solid strategy. You may like it and want to stay there, you may decide to go back to school for additional education, or you may try MBB again. Meanwhile, you will get a solid comp, good career development and great resume builder.
It doesn't look like you have much choice anyway, but these options you laid out are very sensible.