Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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R&D Engineering Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at Boston Scientific.
Applied at a conference. Scheduled a one on one interview with a hiring manager. He was impressed. Then a phone interview a month later. Then I got an offer letter.
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R&D Engineer InterviewNo Offer
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Boston Scientific.
Phone Interview followed by multi-panel in person interview
- In depth questions about problem solving processes. Answer Question
R&D Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took a week – interviewed at Boston Scientific (Saint Paul, MN) in February 2012.
First was a 1:1 Interview with a R&D engineer. We went through my resume and he asked me technical questions regarding the various positions that I held. For example, I did lab work pertaining to signal processing so he asked me "What is the difference between a Fourier Transform and a Laplace Transform?" I'm also doing a concentration in statistics so he asked me "Name some different statistical tests and a real world application for them?" and "Name the different probability distributions that you know and real world application for them?"
Second was a phone interview. It was very short (approx. 5 minutes) and were all basic questions like "Why Boston Scientific?" and "You are obviously applying to other companies besides Boston Scientific, what qualifications are you using to decide which company you would want to work for?"
- Describe what you would like to do if you got an internship this summer. (Make sure you have an answer ready, why you want to work on that project, and what you have done that relates to it.) Answer Question