Unlocking Creativity

Interview Process

7.2 / 10

(based on 21 ratings in 2014)


"The interview process was really good. You come in do a standard interview and the do a presentation based on a subject the company specify. As long as you show the willingness to learn and progress, you stand a good chance."
Apprentice, Croydon
"I heard about the job through a family friend who passed on my CV, I then got an interview. The process meant that I had to have two interviews and on my second interview I had two tests, this was just to see what skills I already had."
Apprentice, Sheffield
"Firstly there is an initial assessment of maths and literacy which were pretty easy and then you are given the task of producing a PowerPoint presentation on a build of your choice and you present this in an interview."
Apprentice, Sheffield
"The process started with an application and a Maths and English assessment. These were followed by an interview in which I had to give a presentation."
Apprentice, Newcastle
"I was interviewed by two employees at Mott MacDonald, I was asked questions as to why I would like an apprenticeship, I was also told to create a PowerPoint prior the interview."
Apprentice, Croydon
"I had to sit written exams in English and Maths to prove my competency. Once passed, I had the main interview which included a presentation on a given scenario."
Apprentice, Southampton
"The process started with an online application. I then had to undergo assessments at the college and then I had an interview at the office where I delivered a presentation."
Apprentice, Leeds
"I had to go through a maths, English and spatial awareness assessment, all of which were quite difficult. I then had to create a presentation on the proposed building of a stadium or bridge."
Apprentice, London
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