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1. Please state why you chose to follow these activities and how they have
contributed to your personal development. You may wish to give details of you
r role whether anyone else was involved and any difficulties you encountered.
2. Please state how you have benefited from your work experience.
3. How much is your present monthly salary including allowances.
4. Do you need to compensate your present employer if you resign? If so, p
lease give details.
5. Other than academic success, what has been your greatest achievement to
date? What do you see as your personal strength, why?

6. Please state why the position you have applied for is appropriate for y
ou; Why you have selected HongKong Bank and what your career objectives are.
A.T. Keaney±êê?ìa
1. Describe your greatest achievement in the past 4-5 years?
2. What are your short-term and long-term career objectives? What do you t
hink is the most ideal job for you?
3. Why do you want to join A.T kearney? What do you think you can contribu
te to A.T kearney?
4. Why are you applying for a position at Arthur Anderson?
5. What are your expectations of our firm.
6. Describe your hobbies and interests.
Shell company±êê?ìa
1. How wold your colleagues/classmates describe you in five words? On what
evidence would they base this assessment.
2. If you are asked to recruit the best graduates for shell, what would yo
u do to attract them? What would you do to select them?
3. Please describe a new activity that you have initiated and implemented.
Please highlight your role out.
4. Please describe your outstanding non-academic achieve- ments.
5. Please describe any other significant activities you have been involved
in including organizing people.
6. Imagine that Shell has found oil in an inland province of China, near a
large river. You are responsible for planning how to transport the oil to the
coast thousands of miles away. What are the main issue you would consider, an
d what would you do?
KPMG±êê?ìa
“The big economic difference between nuclear and fossil-fuelled power sta
tions is that nuclear reactors are more expensive to build and decommission, b
ut cheaper to sun. So disputes over the relative efficiency of the two systems
revolve not just around prices of coal and uranium today and tomorrow, but al
so around the way in which future income should be compared with current incom
e.”
1. The main difference between nuclear and fossil-fuelled power stations i
s an economic one.
TRUE

UNTRUE
CANNOT SAY
2. The price of coal is not relevant to discussions about the relative eff
iciency of nuclear reactors.
TRUE
UNTRUE
CANNOT SAY
3. If nuclear reactors were cheaper to build and decommission than fossil-
fuelled power stations, they would definitely have the economic advantage.
TRUE
UNTRUE
CANNOT SAY
“At any given moment we are being bombarded by physical and psychological
stimuli competing for our attention. Although our eyes are capable of handlin
g more than 5 million bits of data per second, our brain are capable of interp
reting only about 500 bits per second. With similar disparities between each o
f the other senses and the brain, it is easy to see that we must select the vi
sual, auditory, or tactile stimuli that we wish to compute at any specific tim
e.”
4. Physical stimuli usually win in the competition for our attention.
TRUE
UNTRUE
CANNOT SAY
5. The capacity of the human brain is sufficient to interpret nearly all t
he stimuli the senses can register under optimum conditions.
TRUE
UNTRUE
CANNOT SAY

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