"Almost all of the questions were about me and my background."Graduate, Northampton
"How did you get to where you are? Why are you interested in Newton? Tell us about a weakness of yours. What would your friends say about you?"Entry level, Currently London, though it varies.
"What characteristics do you think you have that would make you well suited to Newton?' What would you like to ask a Newton director?"Graduate, All over UK
"I was asked about my attitude towards project-based work and travel, how I dealt with conflict and if I could vary my approach to a task based on my audience."Mid level, UK Wide- Office is based on Oxford
"Questions included: tell me about yourself; how would your friends describe you (best and worst qualities); and tell me about your past achievements and adventures."Senior Consultant, Various UK locations
"I was asked: What decision in your life lead you to be here? What are your concerns about the life of a Newton Consultant?"Operations Consultant, London
"Don't try and prepare for specific interview questions. Do ask yourself what you really want out of a career and really try to show why Newton is right for you."Senior Consultant, London
"I was asked what was the biggest challenge I had faced and what had I learnt from my mistakes."Consultant, Various UK locations
"The interviews will follow a fairly normal structure looking for candidates to demonstrate competencies in line with the company values. The other elements of the assessment are a case study and role-play which is very difficult to prepare for."Consultant, Leeds
"I was just asked general questions about my life; I think the interviewers wanted to see if I would be a good fit for the company."Consultant, Leeds
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