I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Intel Corporation in May 2013.
Interview Details – First I got an email to schedule a phone interview. Then I had a phone interview. The person who interviewed me was nice. Then I got an email for an onsite interview. They really took care of me very well while I was in Phoenix, AZ for the onsite interview. The interview was all day long and did not seems very stressful to me. There were quite a few one-on-one interviews. But in the end, it was all good.
Interview Question – There was a technical question related to my job. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I had other options
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in June 2014.
Interview Details – Applied online October 2013 and called for a phone interview in May 2014 (So don't lose hope). 20 min phone screen. Called for on-site which was 4 rounds 1v1 each 45 min- 2 tech and 2 behavioral. Interviewers were very cool and very helpful too. It was a fun and pleasant experience on my side.
Interview Question – Varied behavioral questions. Technical focused on oops concepts(explain 4 pillars of OOP with examples). Was asked to write code to print the largest number in an unsorted integer array of infinite size. Although the position was for C#, they were cool about me coding in java. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in March 2014.
Interview Details – Applied online - and got the phone interview email after about 3 weeks from the date of applying. Phone interview got postponed once due to employer's busy schedule, but later it was smooth. Interview questions were in the following areas:
Mostly on programming languages - C and C++
A little bit about Perl
Some general electrical engineering questions in the area of SoC, ASICs
Interview Question – OVM/UVM related concepts View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Intel Corporation in May 2013.
Interview Details – Job search on intel web site. Brief description of job, qualifications, and requirements. Email and phone notice of interview selection. Multiple interviewer process took roughly 45 minutes per interviewer. Mostly behavioral questions. Ended with a few technical questions including a short written section to test mechanical and electrical knowledge.
Interview Question – Describe the meaning of 20 different elecrical schmeatic symbols Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in December 2013.
Interview Details – Got a call from the hiring manager and scheduled telephonic interview. Got the decision after a week of telephonic interview. Manager seemed to be pretty nice and was able to reschedule on the day of the interview.
Interview Question – Was asked questions on Android runtime, software optimization, parallel computing, threading, battery consumption, software debugging, C++ and Java. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Intel doesn't negotiate for internships. Package offered is based on prior experience.
I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in October 2010.
Interview Details – The initial phone interview was very straight forward basically a who are you and what do you do. Also if given a situation whet steps would you take to troubleshoot and resolve the issue
Interview Question – Gated circuits was most difficult area to my knowledge Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Being military, I was grateful to get a job so I did not negotiate back then
I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in March 2013.
Interview Details – In the email for the job opportunity at Intel, I first was asked to schedule a phone screen.
Phone screen - 5 mins on the resume, 30 mins on technical questions and then 10 mins of job description provided by the interviewer.
Then there was an onsite interview which had a lunch interview followed by 7 interviews of 45 to 30 mins each.
Interview Question – Technical questions and behavioral questions Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Intel Corporation in March 2012.
Interview Details – I submitted my resume in the system, and I got a phone interview with an engineering in 30 minutes regarding my research. After I passed a phone interview, I got on-site interview. There are three other candidates with different engineering backgrounds. We took turns to interview with 4 team members and finally got an interview with a hiring manager. After all interviews were done, and we presented our research to the team members. It was a day-long process.
Interview Question – Difficult questions were coming from the current technical issues they had been experiencing in the process. Basically, how can we dispose polymer in the packaging process when certain sets of devices and conditions were given? The velocity of a dispenser and the amount of polymer are key outcome while varying temperature, viscosity, and configurations of polymer. You have to know about the relationship between viscosity and force and the characteristics of polymer. Another important thing that you should remember is how temperature is affecting the shear force of polymer. There are rare happenings of brimming over the die package specification. You should know about why it is happening, how you can handle it, and what might be the solution techniques at least in a brief format. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in November 2010.
Interview Details – 1 hr phone interview follow by 5 hrs of face-to-face on campus interview, then follow by another phone discussion, then offer.
Interview Question – Mostly situational questions and examples... be prepare with lots of examples that illustrate your experience. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – not much negotiation - asked for sign on bonus and commitment to finish my master program.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Intel Corporation in February 2011.
Interview Details – 2 phone calls. Both behavioral. the 1st call takes about 30-40 minutes, the 2nd takes about 45 - 1hr. A phone call a week over a two week span. They will ask about experience leading projects, leadership, extracurriculars, etc. and then will shock you with two technical questions near the end. Also, its okay if you feel like your interviewer doesn't like you.. as long as you feel you didn't mess anything up and stay composed, you'll be fine. Also, they schedule the two interviews with you beforehand, and after the first interview, they don't tell you if they still want to speak with you. You have to take it upon yourself that they will honor that date. And if you did well in your first interview, they will
Interview Question – Which one will have a higher price-elasticity in the market? Laptops or pencils?
When would it ever be acceptable to lower the discount rate use to project cash flow/revenue for a business model/proposal? View Answer
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