Questions and Answers about Wells Fargo

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What is the interview process like?

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The first interview may be a phone interview.
Next, you may be scheduled for a group interview.
The final stage will be a one on one interview with the management at the potential location.

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One on one friendly interview where management gets to know you

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I’m very precise, organized, and reliable.

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Panel interview.

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Recently it has changed and it is like I'm back in school and taking a test. I'm not a good test taker so I'm not doing well with interviewing and being asked intricate detail. For instance what libraries did you use? Who memorizes that?

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As they like

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Calculator and calculations the calculations about the prospects of my hobby

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Easy. Horse and pony show. Be precise and give thorough answers and your foot will be on the door.

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Very laid back

Answered - Internal Auditor (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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I had a great interview experience! I applied online and did an assesment right after. I think it was 2 days later and they sent me an email saying I had passed the assesment and to choose a time for a phone interview. Did my phone interview which went good they told me I qualified to go to the next step which was an interview with the branch and service managers. Had my interview pretty quick and I had to wait for 3 days until they called me saying that I had passed the interview process. I had to take a Spanish assesment since I had applied for a bilingual teller position. Passed the spanish assesment and background check. I did all this within 1-2 weeks I believe. They offered me the job and now I start training next week. I hope it goes smooth to anyone that applied . Best of luck!

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