I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – Applied online; was offered an interview within several days.
Intel offered to have me present my thesis work the day before the interview but I needed to decline.
The interview itself was 1/2 a day, 2 rounds of interviews. Each interview was with 2 Intel employees and consisted of both technical and behavioral questions. Technical questions were not difficult, covered simple semiconductor physics and materials science questions. Behavioral questions were standard and could be looked up online ahead of time.
Interview Question – Technical question:
When you are working on process control what are the names for the important limits?
Describe how you have handled conflict with a peer in the past. Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – I was fortunate enough to get an interview in Phoenix, AZ for this position. They had a short phone interview after which they invited me to come on site. Many of my friends interviewed at that location and received a schedule with interview details a week before the interview. Unfortunately I did not get a schedule until the day of my interview so I was going in to the interview blind. I even had to email the hiring manager the night before just to get the building address.
Upon arrival I was told that I was given the wrong building number, luckily I came early and was not late, since the correct building was only a block away. There were four other candidates for the position. We were all given an introduction to the job at the same time, after which we had four private interviews. Everyone was very nice, knowledgeable and laid back. We had a very good conversation with a few behavioral questions in between. The questions they asked were very similar to the ones posted on this website. The only question that was not on the list was "why is your GPA not so great? Why not 4.0?". My GPA is in the 3.6-3.8 range so it is not too horrible. I replied that I had to balance my classes with research which resulted in a couple of B's, however, classes that were applicable to my field of study are all A's. In addition, my research resulted in a number of publications with novel concepts, so at times I had to sacrifice some study time to advance my projects. The interviewer seemed to take this response positively, noting that the job will require balancing multiple important projects at the same time and often requires compromise.
After the interview, I sent a thank you letter as is customary. Since they did not tell me how long it will take for them to get back to me with an answer I waited for two weeks before contacting them again. I did not hear back from them since the interview three months ago. The hiring manager didn't reply to any of my inquiries so I am assuming I didn't get the job.
Note that this experience only reflects on the management style of one group. Many of my friends heard back within two weeks of their interviews whether they got it or not. Most groups will let you know, this was my unique experience.
Interview Question – Why is your GPA not a 4.0? See above for my response. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in May 2012.
Interview Details – phone interview first and after 2 weeks an onsite interview
Interview Question – asked some technical question which is out of the specialty Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – Had applied through job fair.Got a call from manager. Had an HR round. Then was called onsite for interview to Arizona. Four rounds. One HR and 3 technical. Asked a lot about C# and ASP.net. A little database concepts too like normalization...etc Also had kind of a lunch interview at The Cheesecake factory..
Interview Question – Their manager from Oregon asked me to justify my GPA which was 3.5..asked why 0.5 was missing.. View Answer
I applied online and interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – Had a phone interview based on my online resume submission at intel's job site. It was mostly on projects and exposure to various EDA tools learnt during undergrad and grad studies.
Negotiation Details – On site interview pending
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in September 2011.
Interview Details – This was a fun and great process. Intel goes to major universities to recruit, and give out a lot of info about Intel. If a student is interested in Interning they can fill out a profile for them and talk to them on how the process works. Internships at Intel give you real life experience and are totally worth it.
Interview Question – Be sure you know about Intel, be sure you like technology, lot's of engineer talk=) Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Intel Corporation in May 2011.
Interview Details – - overall, pretty informal process, full day intereview, 6 interviews, lunch, content review
Interview Question – - design of experiment detailed question View Answer
Negotiation Details – none, offered at the end of the interview that day, accepted that day
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in March 2012.
Interview Details – Got the interview call since I had applied online. The interviewer was very flexible wrt the date for the interview, I had to change it twice.
It was just a simple phone screening with basic VLSI and Computer architecture questions.
One 25 min interview round was all they took to make a decision.
Interview Question – None, everything was basic and expected. View Answer
I applied online - interviewed at Intel Corporation in December 2012.
Interview Details – 3 interviews back-to-back, each about hour long. One General/Technical interview by manager, followed by technical interview and then HR.
Interview Question – No unexpected question. View Answer
I applied online - interviewed at Intel Corporation in December 2012.
Interview Details – Contacted by the group Manager by email. Was asked if I was available for a phone screen and given some days/dates as time slots to choose from. I replied back with my availability. Never received a call even after emailing to confirm.
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