So, I got an analyst grad position at Shell for the coming year. They hired nationally and I was the only one hired from Western Canada. I can tell you that the other candidates at SRD probably had gotten mutiple offers and interviews as well. I also had interviews with another top firm. So, the campus interview went something like this....
You'll probably be interviewed by two individuals. They asked me about my learning style and most of the other questions were behaviour based. Without giving away too much, I can tell you that it was a fair interview and no weird questions. Also, if you read their website, you'll learn that Shell is looking for multi-talented individuals who have a broad perspective. That's not far from the truth from what I assessed of the other interviewees.
So, SRD day for me was kinda hectic due to some logistical problems. The day before we had dinner with all the candidates and some Shell Rep at one the most expensive restaurants at Calgary (sweettttt). Next day, consisted of two individual interviews (four intwerviewers in total), an individual case study, and a group case study. Personally, I didn't find any of the above overly challenging, perhaps, that's why I got the job.
So the interviews consisted of behaviour based questions. If you have previously done these types of interviews, you should be fairly comfortable at this. What I emphasized during mine was that I have a techie bent and I ahd worked with engineers before and I was open to new ideas and I did not have "tunnel vision".
The case-study consisted of quite a few problems in a fictitious business setting. I had to analyze and solve them with the perspective of a CEO within two hours. I was given numerous memos and financial statements. At the very beginning I was nervous coz it was a sizable package, however, once I got started and worked through it, it wasn't bad at all.
Finally, the group case. So, you'll be assessed by atleast ten other staff from Shell.