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Discussion in 'Quant Programs' started by Arijit, 2/8/18.
Has anyone received the interview invite for Round 1 applications for Spring 2019?
nothing as of now
Any of you has an idea what kind of questions are asked in UCB interviews? I have not received an interview yet, but just checking to know beforehand
As per their website the interview has absolutely no bearing on the results outcome. They do tend to ask technical questions, but that should be to only judge your knowledge and suggest you pre joining courses.
Nothing on my end yet. Although looking at last year's threads it seems that invites ought to be sent out soon.
If anyone is interested in doing a mock skype interview shoot me a message or post on my profile and I'll get in touch.
are these interviews for selected individuals only or for all who apply
hi guys, does anyone know if they have started sending out interview invites?
Looks like they haven't
Just saw a guy post on tracker that he interviewed with UCB. Anyone here on the thread received an invite?
I received an invite for Monday. It's with an Alumni.
The day before I got the invite the admissions team asked me to send additional documents I didn't provide in my application (course certificates). So I could imagine that since they already had my file open for administrative purposes they went ahead and scheduled the interview. I don't believe all interview invites have been sent out yet (last year most round 1 trackers got an interview).
Has anyone else received invite?
hey, how was your interview? What was it primarily about?
how do they send out invites? calls or emails?
It should be email, although I've seen one person in past threads who claims he/she was cold called by Linda for the second interview.
It went OK I think, thanks for asking. Basically it was a half hour long technical interview covering basic probability, finance, regression, time series analysis and programming. It was very relaxed in the sense that the interviewer made sure I would only answer the questions and topics I felt comfortable answering. Concerning the programming part, the interviewer first asked me about my proficiency in all my languages and then proceeded to focus on my strongest one (python).
Has anyone got any info by when interview invites are expected?
Normally they come after a month of deadline. But no concrete info for this year yet.
I got the interview on next Tuesday. I feel nervous about technical questions..
Apparently candidates that are waitlist with guarantee for 2019 are being interviewed at the moment.
Are interviews required for admission?