Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds.
Went through a couple interviews with a recruiter and one with a department VP. There were also a couple tests, a problem solving test, a technical test and a personality test.
- I don't recall any exceptionally challenging questions. Just the usual sorts of questions. Answer Question
Helpful (2)No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds (Dayton, OH) in March 2012.
I went through the same thing most people do. I applied for a job and a couple weeks later I was asked to fill out a short online application and personality test. Then I got a response asking for me to take an entrance exam. The story is the same. Most people get told they may get an interview after their exam is done. 99% of people dont ever get one. I did my exam, which by the way I found EXTREMELY difficult - and I took 4 math classes in college. and then they had me take a seat. I saw numerous other potentials come out and were told "we'll call you in 3 to 5 days". Of course this means "we don't want you." Well after about 10 minutes of sitting, I got a face to face interview with a recruiter. He told me he had a couple different positions in mind for me. Asked me the normal interview questions. Then I filled out their "long" application. It asked very odd questions. What kind of sports I liked to watch. What kind of sports I like to participate in. They also asked very intrusive questions such as how much my car payment was each month. I didn't really think that mattered, but I was honest in all my responses. I also had to do a "color test" after the long application. That consisted of looking at numbers in different colored circles. I am assuming it was a Color Blind test. Anyway, after I completed it, I was told I passed. I was also told there wasnt any management to speak to for another interview, so they would schedule it for next week. They asked for my availability and I was on my way. I finally got the generic email a few days later, stating they did not want to continue the interview process. It was a big waste of time. I just recommend staying away from this company.
- What was my monthly car payment. Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds (College Station, TX) in March 2010.
The interview went very well they asked basic question which were very easy to answer. Some of the question consisted of salary requirements and would I be willing to move to Texas to accept the job. The lady over the phone seemed very nice and down to earth, she had me laughing and very interested in the company.
- What were you salary requirements? 2 Answers
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds (Houston, TX) in September 2009.
I was first contacted for a phone interview which lasted about 15 minutes and was basically an overview of the position I was being considered for. I was e-mailed a link to take an online personality and intelligence test. Not very difficult but very time consuming. On the day of my interview, I was given a 3-part intelligence test. It's like an IQ test. They e-mailed me some sample questions beforehand so I knew what to expect. I'm pretty sure I did well. I was then interviewed by two HR people and one IT person. I thought the interviews went well, but about a week later, I received an e-mail saying I would not be made an offer of employment. That was that.
Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds (Dayton, OH) in May 2009.
As stated in other posts, the first interview was conducted by phone and lasted only a few minutes, focusing on general background questions. I was then emailed a link to take a personality and aptitude test that took about 4 hours to complete. Upon completion of the test I had to complete their "Long Form" application that was asked more detailed questions about my background, what I enjoy doing on my personal time, and what my plans were if given a position at Reynolds & Reynolds. About a week after completing these forms and tests, I was contacted for another phone interview with a panel of personnel from the department that I was applying for. That interview lasted about 35-45 minutes and focused on specific experiences that I have in the field. After that interview, I was contacted roughly a week and a half later for another phone interview, which I was informed was the final interview. I am about to participate in that interview and I will respond with updates on how it goes.
- Tell me about a time when you were troubleshooting a problem and you had to come up with a temporary work around and return to the root cause of the problem later to fully fix the issue. Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took a week. I interviewed at Reynolds and Reynolds in May 2011.
Four tests given. One each for IQ, morality, personality and math. The math consisted mostly of Algebra word problems. After all tests were completed, a brief 20 min basic HR interview was conducted. Typical HR questions asked. What is your strength and weakness and similar questions. Then long form about you personally and permission to do a background check. A second interview was arranged at that point with HR and the manager of the division for the job. Questions relating to the specific job are asked. The HR people all looked to be less than 5 years out of college.
- What do you want in a work environment? 1 Answer
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