J.P. Morgan Graduate Interview Questions

 

Our past interview questions come straight from our users who have let us know about their interview experiences. Have you been to an interview recently? Let us know what they asked you, simply email interviewquestions@graddiary.com.
  • Why would you want to work as a banker at the moment? Especially with all the negative press surrounding the industry.
  • What do you think makes J.P Morgan different from our competitors?
  • If you had to own a flower shop or car shop, which one would you choose? Why?
  • was the "credit crunch" of 2007 different to previous financial crises?
  • What triggered the financial crisis? Could it have been prevented?
  • What makes a product "Vanilla" or "Exotic"?
  • Rank all the financial products from the safest to the most risky?
  • How do you respond to criticism?
  • Describe a time when you received feedback. How did you take it?
  • How do you motivate a team?
  • Describe a situation where you did something unorthodox to change the outcome?
  • Are leaders born or made?
  • What are the similarities between a manager and a leader?
  • What makes a good leader? Do you have all these qualities?
  • Tell me about a story in the news that had taken your interest at the moment?
  • Tell me about how you learn new things?
  • Where do you see yourself in five years?
  • What do you think you will be doing in your first year at JPMorgan?
  • What three things would your friends say about you?
  • Are you motivated by money? If not what motivates you?
  • Why did you pick your university course?
  • Why do you want a career as (the line of business to which you have applied)?
  • What do you know about JPMorgan?
  • Why are you interested in finance?

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