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Operations Research Analyst Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at American Airlines.
Interview Details – Two phone interviews and one on-site interview, phone interviews mostly about your resume and past experience, on-site interview starts with an presentation about your past work/project. then all day panel interview (3 interviewee for each interview, 4 interviews each about 1 hour), ask all kinds of questions, both technical and general. You must be well prepared for everything...
Interview Question – What's your approaches when dealing with hard-to-solve LP models? Answer Question
Operations Research Analyst Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 4 months - interviewed at American Airlines in April 2009.
Interview Details – The interview process consists of three phases
1. First round phone interview by an analyst. More on technical side including questions on background and past experience
2. Second round phone interview by a manager. More high-level. Questions on background and experience again but more about testing fit with the group.
3. Onsite: a 1-hr presentation to the group + 1 panel discussion with principals and senior analysts + 2/3 vs 1. with managers + meeting with managing directors.
Overall, the experience was good and people were very smart but friendly.
Interview Question – Tell me about your background and why does it fit the group. Answer Question
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