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Hiring Process at Fannie Mae

To boost your chances at passing the hiring process at Fannie Mae, you need to properly prepare for a wide range of interviews. If you are prepared for one-on-one, group and panel interviews you will increase your chances of pulling ahead of the pack.

  • Phone Screening: Lasting anywhere from 10-20 minutes, the phone screening will consist of a hard and fast list of question about your availability, primary skill sets, work past and salary. The HR rep will also take a few minutes to make sure you understand the position and what the company is about. Make sure you are in a quiet place and have your CV and laptop on hand, as this will help you answer questions.
  • In-Peron Interview: As we mentioned above this can take place in a variety of settings and you must be prepared for every eventuality. Sometimes you will be asked to participate in a panel interview, where a mix of 5 or 6 future colleges, managers and even VPs will take turns lobbying questions at you. At other times you may sit in the hot chair in a one-on-one, which has its own set of challenges. Whichever the format try to take control by turning questions into conversations.

 

Are you ready for the range of pre-hire challenges Fannie Mae will throw your way? Don’t let the competition beat you out!

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You’ve Got Questions; We Got Answers

You no doubt have many questions before the Fannie Mae hire process. Here are some answers about a couple of tests you may face.

Why Might Fannie May Rely on a Personality Tests?

Like other companies, Fannie May can utilize personality tests to better evaluate their applicants’ personas and competencies in the workplace. Considering that every company maintains its own standards and cultural norms, the personality assessment reveals the candidate's actual personality profile and if it matches the company.

What Questions Does the Numerical Test Include?

You may have a Calculation test, which measures how well you add, subtract, divide, or multiply. The goal will be to better evaluate how you work not only with full numbers but also with fractions, decimals, and percentages.

 


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