Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 days – interviewed at ExxonMobil (Gainesville, FL) in October 2013.
Applied through crc, and was invited for an on-campus interview - mostly behavioral questions.
- Describe a time when someone was not cooperating on a team project, and what did you do with it. Answer Question
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interviewed at ExxonMobil (Houston, TX) in September 2013.
AAPG meeting in Houston. Poster presentation and some recruiters came to mine. Then, I got selected for face to face interview the next day. During the interview, the recruiter asked technical questions about my research project and 3-4 behavioral questions: 1) most difficult situation; example,2) challenging situation; example, 3) any issues with coworkers; example.
- challenging situation and example Answer Question
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I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at ExxonMobil (Houston, TX) in September 2010.
interviewed by Exxon Mobil during a student carrer fair in Houston, September 2010.
The interview was quite simple, with no technical questions. It look to me more like an informal discussion.