Well, I didn't get hired by ML. I went through the interview process a little out of order. I first met with two senior FA's, then took the personality and FIAT tests. Finally, I met with the branch director, who said they wouldn't be moving forward with me.A quick summary of the process: Meeting with the two senior FA's went great. They were both very helpful and gave a lot of insight into the industry and ML. I spent about 30 mins with each. The both told me they thought I would do great at ML. I believed them since there was no real reason for them for bs me.I took the personality test at home. It took about an hour. There were two questions that I knew wold lower my score: how many people do you know personally with incomes over $250K and $100K. I could have lied, but I was honest. I really don't know anyone over $250k, and maybe three people over $100k. The FIAT was a joke. it's 30 questions. 10 basic math problems, 10 investment problems (interest, net profit/loss, etc.) and 10 economics questions. You have to do it in the office. It took me about 30 minutes and I got 29 of 30 correct. You don't get to use a calculator.Then I finally interviewed with the branch manager. I could tell immediately I wasn't going to get the job. The reasons he gave were that I didn't have the right network, and I didn't have enough experience in the industry; basically the costs of training and licensing were too high to take a risk on me. He was polite and gave me a few resume pointers. Just thought I would let people know what to expect from ML. The feeling I got is that unless you have a very solid network, they don't want you. The manager said he doesn't like his FA's cold calling. That's not how to build a business.So take it for what it's worth.