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I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Intel Corporation in March 2010.

Interview Details – Friend at Intel referred me to the internship position. They e-mailed me and we set up a phone interview date. I talked to one person during the entirety of the interview. The first 15 minutes was small talk, the next 30 minutes was questions about my resume and skills, and the last 15 minutes they asked me technical questions:
1. What are the three modes of heat transfer?
2. Describe normal distribution.
3. How does an airplane get its lift?

Interview Question – How does an airplane get its lift?   Answer Question

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