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SAS Institute Tester Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Apr 4, 2014
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No Offer

Neutral Experience

Software Tester Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate

Interviewed at SAS Institute

Interview Details – The interview took around 30 mins. It was mostly the interviewer explaining the work environment and job responsibilities.

Interview Question – Is this something you would like to do? (I did not like some of the responsibilities)   Answer Question

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Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

Easy Interview

Analytical Software Tester Interview

Anonymous Employee
Cary, NC

I applied in-person - interviewed at SAS Institute in September 2012.

Interview Details – I was an intern for several summers while I attended school with a degree in Mathematics and statistics. Once I graduated my manager offered me a full time positision. Therefore, I did not go through a formal interview process.

Interview Question – Again, I did not go through an interview process. However, I have heard from others that they tend to ask technical questions to make sure you can handle creating algorithms for statistical procedures.   Answer Question

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Neutral Experience

Senior Associate Software Tester Interview

Senior Associate Software Tester

I applied online and interviewed at SAS Institute.

Interview Details – The interviewer basically spoke for about half an hour about SAS and his team. He gave detailed description of the kind of work and work culture SAS has. After that, he went over my resume and asked me explain my work i have done so far. It was extremely casual. Seemed like a general acquaintance than anything else. Its been 2 weeks and i havent heard from them yet.

Interview Question – no tough or unpexcted question really.   Answer Question

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Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Tester Interview

Tester
Middleton, MA

The process took a day - interviewed at SAS Institute in April 2011.

Interview Details – 1st round interview: Conference call, with 3 interviewee. Questions about Education, work experience, Java, jUnit test.
2st round interview: On-site interview, with the Senior Manager, and 2 other Test Lead. More questions about jUnit, and SOftware Design.

Interview Question – What do you know about SAS?   Answer Question

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Negative Experience

Very Difficult Interview

Development Tester I Interview

Development Tester I

The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at SAS Institute in June 2010.

Interview Details – it is time-consuming to prepare presentation, the topics given are very techincal and difficult if you do not have the relevant working experience or domain knowledge in those fields.

Interview Question – How to fit in yourself as a tester role in the very complex retail sale pricing scheduling model?   Answer Question

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