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Electrical Engineering Intern Interview

Electrical Engineering Intern
Florence (Italy)

I applied online and the process took 5 months - interviewed at GE Oil & Gas in January 2013.

Interview Details – 3 Interview all by phone. The first 2 were done by HR recruiters that asked general information based on CV and previous work. The last one was done by Engineering managers and it was a technical interview. They kept asking questions with increased difficulty until eventually I had some trouble in finding some answers. Their demands were logical but it was unexpected for me to undergo such a serious background investigation for an intern position.

Interview Question – The most difficult part was the technical interview. They were asking demanding questions based on electrical engineering which was surprising since it was just an internship   Answer Question

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