Oliver Wyman Pre-Interview (online)

Anonymous A asked on Nov 29, 2018 - 1 answer

Hello all,

does anyone have experience with the Pre-Interview test of Oliver Wyman?

After applying online I received an e-mail requesting me to complete this onilne Pre-Interview which should take 20 minutes. It asks about 1) work style preferences 2) past work experience and 3) past non-work and academic experience.

I appreciate if anyone could share some insights what this test is about and what they are looking to find out wih the answers.

Thanks!

What was in it? Did you move forward after it? — Anonymous B on Sep 10, 2019

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Myriam replied on Mar 05, 2019
Looking for advanced/solid partners to practice for upcoming interviews

Hello, I also have to complete the online pre-interview and I'd really appreciate if you could give me your feedback on it.

Many thanks in advance!

What was in it? Did you move forward after it? — Anonymous on Sep 10, 2019 (edited)

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