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Enstruct Financial Modeling Testing and Training
Technical Testing and Training, Made Less Technical
Technical Testing and Training, Made Less Technical
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"The same thing we do every night, Pinky - try to take over the world!" --The Brain

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How Many Tennis Balls Can Fit in a Room? [Part 3/3]

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Assessing technical skills is not easy. While working at an investment bank and interviewing many hires, I asked a colleague how he assessed their technical ability.... Enstructcorp.com/blog
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How Many Tennis Balls Can Fit in a Room? [Part 2/3]

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Assessing technical skills is not easy. While working at an investment bank and interviewing many hires, I asked a colleague how he assessed their technical ability....
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How Many Tennis Balls Can Fit in a Room? [Part 1/3]

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Assessing technical skills is not easy. While working at an investment bank and interviewing many hires, I asked a colleague how he assessed their technical ability....
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[Part 4]

4 Signs of an Excellent Financial Modeler, Enstructcorp.com

“On a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the best, how do you score yourself in Excel?” Quite possibly the most common and sadly the least insightful technical question an interviewer can ask a job candidate. Sweating candidates think to themselves, what does an 8 really mean? I’m good at corporate modeling, but weak in debt, am I a 5 then? If I say 10 will they think I’m being arrogant? If I say 0 is this interview over? So, if we are to avoid useless questions like the one above, how can a person tell who is good at financial modeling? The following 4 signs can help you figure it out:
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