The Interview

How to succeed in the interview?


Show us YOU.

The interview is one of the most crucial stages for all candidates before we welcome you on-board. It is an opportunity for us to know each other, learn about your goals, your skills, your passions, and personal development aspirations.

We have experience interviews as well as case interviews. Using these tools we are able to assess your problem solving, aspiration, impact, personal, and leadership skills.

Experience Interview

If you are invited to interview then you have already made an impression. Our experience interview is designed to highlight the skills you have developed in your past accomplishments as well as identify your future aspirations.

For instance, you might be asked to show us how you were able to make an impact; how did you overcome obstacles; and how did you lead your team to the particular impactful decision.

The analysis will enable interviewers at FLINTDIA to determine as to where you could be positioned in the company and how could you add value to our clients.

Case Interviews

A case interview allows us to discuss business problems in depth. The case involves quantitative and qualitative insights as well as real-world business scenarios. Moreover, the interactive case structure informs us of your creative abilities when dealing with complex problems, uncertain environments, and information synthesis.

There is no the right or wrong answer, but it is the thought process that counts.

Our interview process is aimed at understanding your personal strengths, analytical capabilities, and communication skills. We are in search of intellectual curiosity, creative thinking, and sense of humour.

Interview Tips

We encourage the candidates to pursue the following guidance on experience interview preparations:

  • Be yourself
  • Be confident
  • Ask questions
  • Share your insights
  • Use your time wisely; get your points across
  • Be specific – inform us of impactful examples

We encourage the candidates to pursue the following guidance on case interview preparations:

Frame the Issue

  •     Listen carefully
  •     Understand the issue
  •     Ask clarifying questions

Decompose the Thought Process

  •     Structure your thinking process
  •     Identify the underlying assumptions

Devise the Roadmap

  •     Describe the analytical approach
  •     Explore the concepts

Slice the Thought Analysis

  •     Analyse the information
  •     Visualise scenarios

List the Recommendations

  •     Summarise and state your findings
  •     State your recommendations
  •     State your next steps

In short, we ask applications to be themselves, creative, and communicative on their approach.

The Interview

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