Everyone thinks that Capital One is all about heavy quantitative cases. And while its true that they do highly value analytical skills, they tend to ask a lot of short, rapid fire questions focused on assessing your conceptual thinking. They are a very innovative company and value creative thinking. So, be prepared to be tested on conceptual and quantitative types of questions versus structuring questions.
I am preparing for an interview with Capital One for the Commercial Bank Rotational Program. Do any of you have a familiarity with their cases? Any tips and advices will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Is there a comprehensive method or reliable rule of thumb to differentiate clarifying questions from questions within issue tree?