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JP Morgan Quantitative Research Interview

In that case, 99.99% you are through. Congrats! Just wait for the offer letter. I am keeping my fingers crossed for next Monday/Tuesday. Good Luck to both of us!
 
Lol i'm not so confident, the job posting is still up!

@TheComplexUnit do you know if the fact that job posting is still up indicates they are still interviewing people or that I will get rejected? Or is it just up until it expires (expire date isnt for a few more days)?
 
Hi sorry to butt in here, it was useful to read this thread. I just was curious as to what kind of Masters/PhD resumes do JPM/Goldman and the likes in India specifically want to see or do see in such kind of roles, even for just being called for an interview. I am still a Masters student, was curious to find out.
Thanks, hope you get the jobs.
 
Unfortunately I didn't get the job:(:(.......But it was a great experience though.

Getting into such jobs need a background in quantitative subjects (Bachelor/Masters/PhD degrees in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Statistics, Applied Maths, Physics, Financial Engineering etc.). This academic background is absolute necessity (especially in India) although exceptions can always be there. Name of your academic institution also matters especially in India (IIT, IIM etc.). This is also true to some extent in USA where you have a higher chance of bagging such jobs if you are a grad from Ivy League or UC Berkeley, Stanford, MIT, Caltech. etc. Getting a Quant job depends on what kind of roles you are looking for in the bank. For instance getting a job in Quantitative Risk Management (Market or Credit Risk) is relatively easier than bagging a job in Front Office (Pricing Model Developer, Trading, Strat etc.). The interviews are tough for FO jobs as compared to risk management. This is a "Universal Truth" and applicable everywhere irrespective of the geographies.
 
Hi,
I have a virtual coding interview on hirevue platform for JPM's 2022 quantitative analytics summer internship program. what kind of questions should I expect and what's the best way to prepare for it?
 
Hi,
I have a virtual coding interview on hirevue platform for JPM's 2022 quantitative analytics summer internship program. what kind of questions should I expect and what's the best way to prepare for it?
Pretty sure you can google this and there are interview questions posted. Although this is probably too late, I am sure you have taken it by now
 
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