EY - Graduate - 2019 Intake *** NEW

EY

#1

EY is starting with a new application process for 2018/2019 intake.

STAGE 1 Learning about you

  • First you’ll need to create your account
  • You’ll then need to choose your programme, your preferred location to work and answer some questions about yourself
  • Once this stage is complete, you’ll receive a link to stage two, Learning for a changing world.

STAGE 2 Learning for a changing world

  • In this stage, you’ll learn how technology is changing the world, through the perspectives of consumers, society and business – with videos, stories and case studies.
  • You’ll be asked a few questions too.
  • Once finished, you’ll receive personalised feedback on your strengths with some tips on how to develop them.

STAGE 3 Learning on the job

  • You’ll get a few situations you might experience in your role with EY, where you’ll be asked to answer some questions.
  • Some of the answers you’ll have to film.
  • Once you’ve completed this stage, you’ll again get you personalised feedback.
  • Please note, if you’re applying for Business Academy, Discover EY or Leading Women this will be your last stage.

STAGE 4 Learning in person - EY Experience Day


#2

Hey, have they opened already?


#3

No psychometric tests ? Extremely interested in EY . I heard the applications open on the 17th of september ( today )


#4

I haven’t seen any online yet :frowning:


#5

does anyone know when applications for consulting open?


#6

They told me end of September for all roles.


#8

Yeah, it would’ve been more helpful if they opened them earlier. Are you using any materials to prepare for the new test?


EY - Graduate - 2018 Intake
#9

anyone done the tests?


#10

Is EY open for all roles? As I can’t find Tax open in London :confused:


#11

Hi I’m thinking of applying for assurance 2019, but I’ve noticed that their application process is different - It looks harder in my opinion - previously I’ve reached the assessment centre after doing online tests and telephone interview


#12

I have completed Stage 2 test today, and honestly it was the most difficult test that I’ve ever experienced related to job applications. Also, this format of test I have never seen before. 30+ questions, so many videos to listen and follow, so many charts and tables, so many situational questions, so many calculations… just feeling exhausted now and have no clue what to expect. I usually don’t have problem with numerical questions, but here it was so difficult to understand what they ask. I think the entire test had 20 sources of information including 5 videos. Just so many information to process.


#13

Yh did it myself today, SJT questions were weird as its all based on how you feel rather than right or wrong. It is pretty exhausting as well!


#14

omg that sounds horrid:/ was it timed?


#15

Nope


#16

Sounds similar to the immersive assessment that Deloitte and PWC have in their new application processes as well. I think it’s the new style.


#17

I think this one is next level… for PwC you don’t have passages and text to read. For Deloitte you have 10 sources in total, but for EY I think there was… 10 long articles, 5 videos each 2.5 mins long… too many figures and questions. Just when you finish 28 questions and think that you are done … BOOM you get set of new personality questions out of nowhere.


#18

anyone heard back yet after doing the stage 2 test?


#19

Ah… can’t wait :confused:


#20

What have you decided on doing? I’m not sure if I should wait any longer for London tax to open, or just go for something else…


#21

It depends what you want to do really, but I think you’ll still be doing the ACA if you do Tax. Has anyone heard back in regards to stage 2 of the process? This was a challenging assessment, and you guys are right - it’s similar to deloittes online test.