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chances of getting rejected after final round

mathematically, what's the chance of getting rejected after going through a final round interview?

mathematically, what's the chance of getting rejected after going through a final round interview?

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I did a math mistake with McK in my 4th interview and was rejected ... I think the probability is more defined by your performance and also what you get for a final case (what they decided to test in the final round - for some candidates, more qualitive and creative elements, for other it can be more on calculations)

I did a math mistake with McK in my 4th interview and was rejected ... I think the probability is more defined by your performance and also what you get for a final case (what they decided to test in the final round - for some candidates, more qualitive and creative elements, for other it can be more on calculations)

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I don't think anyone here can responsibly give out a number - it would be guesswork.

Focus on prep leading up to the final round, then think about other things until they call you after!

I don't think anyone here can responsibly give out a number - it would be guesswork.

Focus on prep leading up to the final round, then think about other things until they call you after!

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Hi,

Depends on the office / hiring needs in a particular moment. There is no sense in calculating probabilities, pls concentrate on preparation

Best!

Hi,

Depends on the office / hiring needs in a particular moment. There is no sense in calculating probabilities, pls concentrate on preparation

Best!

Hi,

it depends on the quality of candidates. All, some, or none can be accepted. I haven't heard of any measure that you can apply to figure out the likelihood of getting rejected.

Regards,
Daniel

Hi,

it depends on the quality of candidates. All, some, or none can be accepted. I haven't heard of any measure that you can apply to figure out the likelihood of getting rejected.

Regards,
Daniel

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