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Do you have the right personality for Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan or Morgan Stanley?

To the public, big U.S. investment banks are much of a muchness. But, as any graduate who has encountered the interview question 'Why our firm?' will contest, there are subtle differences in company culture and the types of personalities that survive or thrive.

Based on publicly available employee reviews, conversations with former employees as well as some CEO interviews in other publications, we've created this personality quiz to ascertain whether you're more suited to Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan or Morgan Stanley. Have we got it right? Are there really many differences between the banks? Let us know below.

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AUTHORPaul Clarke

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