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Has anybody heard back from OW London, graduate intake?

They had the final rounds from Thrusday to Tuesday, I did mine on Friday, but I have not heard anything yet. I was wondering if anybody has.

They had the final rounds from Thrusday to Tuesday, I did mine on Friday, but I have not heard anything yet. I was wondering if anybody has.

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Hi,
it usually takes up to one week to get back a feedback. I recommend to email/call HR without worrying about bothering them: they are there to help

Hope it helps,
Antonello

Hi,
it usually takes up to one week to get back a feedback. I recommend to email/call HR without worrying about bothering them: they are there to help

Hope it helps,
Antonello

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