chances of getting rejected after final round

Anonymous A asked on Jun 24, 2019 - 4 answers

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

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Anonymous B replied on Jun 24, 2019

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)

replied on Jun 25, 2019
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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!

Vlad replied on Jun 25, 2019
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Depends on the office / hiring needs in a particular moment. There is no sense in calculating probabilities, pls concentrate on preparation


Daniel replied on Jun 24, 2019
Imperial College PhD, Rolls-Royce Project Engineer, RWTH Aachen Mechanical Engineer and Business Administrator, Software Engineer


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.


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