Crash_test_dummy SaysThought i`d tell you guys about this...i had my first official CFA nightmare last night!
I saw i failed CFA level 1 for the third time in a row and ended up as a construction worker...My visa got denied coz they said i was too dumb to work in the US...and my girl dumped me for an investment banker with a CFA charter.
Anyone else starting to panic or am i alone? :neutral:
PS: vin dude, i tried to send you a pm last night (in real, not in my nightmare!) and my explorer crashed. i`m not sure if you got it. lemme know.
I am a mechanical engineer. I had an upwards of 2 years work experience at the time of interview. The interview room had 3 people. 2 sitting across the table and third one slightly at a distance. The third person did not speak at all. Probably observing body motions or reading facial expressions.
The questions were mostly on work experience. I was working with a call center at the time of interview. So, I was asked to narrate the script in the same accent as I would on a call. I was then asked about my work engagements over the years. Other questions included some basics like newton's law. Not much of acads. One person asked about vectors- some very basic definitions and then asked whether finance is a vector or scalar.
But, don't take it too lightly. People who went before me were asked extensive technical questions. Some of them were freshers but not all.
I hope the above info helps.
MBA Class of 2007