PwC Australia has a number of student careers, including graduate jobs, a vacation program, a legal program, and a program for international students. As the company is so well-known, places on the programs are limited and the competition is fierce.

This page covers the stages of the graduate program selection process, but many of these stages are common to other students jobs as well. Make sure you are ahead of the game by preparing for the online tests, video interviews, and assessments beforehand.


Online Tests

After submitting a successful application, the recruitment team will ask you to complete some online tests in order to assess your various skills and abilities. There are three assessments provided by CEB’s SHL that you are likely to encounter: a numerical reasoning test, an inductive reasoning test, and a personality test.

Get our PwC Online Tests preparation pack and start practising for your tests today.


Video Interview

A good score on the online ability tests means that you are likely to receive an invitation to take part in a video interview. Unlike traditional interviews, this is conducted through a website where the computer prompts you with questions and records a video of your answers.

The interview consists of mainly behavioural questions in which you are asked about how you would or have acted or reacted in certain workplace situations. The company is looking for ways in which you show the competencies featured in PwC’s professional framework.

Prepare for this interview with the help of our unique Video Interview preparation pack.


Assessment Center

If you dazzled the recruitment team enough with your video interview, the next and final stage of your application process is the assessment center. There you can face a variety of challenging exercises, including a written exercise, a group exercise, and verification tests to validate your previous online test scores.

There are also two types of interviews performed at the assessment center. The first is a traditional face-to-face interview and the second is a case study interview. In this alternate type of face-to-face interview, you are presented with a business problem that needs solving through a discussion with your interviewer.

You can prepare for your assessment centre activities with our PwC Assessment Centre preparation pack.  


Prepare for Success

With the variety of student careers PwC Australia has to offer, there is sure to be a place for you. Help guarantee that graduate program or internship position is yours by preparing for the assessments in advance with materials from JobTestPrep.

 

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