I applied through college or university and the process took 4 days - interviewed at InterSystems.
Interview Details – **NEVER MADE IT TO INTERVIEW** -- Submitted my resume and cover letter and got word back that I'd have to take three tests prior to interview. The Predictive Index, Technical Employment Test (35 minute multiple choice quiz that tests to see how well I could grasp an odd syntax of logic), and the Professional Employment Test (45 minute, basically a standardized test). You can't really fail the Predictive Index, and I passed the TET, but I guess I failed the PET because the recruiter emailed me back with an auto reply email saying my score was not high enough and that I would no longer be considered for candidacy. So they made me take a standardized test and threw out my application because I'm not a good test taker. I thought I was through with standardized tests after high school--guess not.
Interview Question – Basically a bunch of logic questions about the US Government and Economy that you needed no prior knowledge of beforehand (it's just logic) as well as being able to summarize the point of a paragraph, where every answer seems plausible. (Like I said, I was never a good test taker in high school.) Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at InterSystems in December 2013.
Interview Details –
First round online PI test and hypothetical programming language test 20 questions in 35 minutes.
Second round programming test
Interview Question – very time consuming Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at InterSystems.
Interview Details – You are required to take standardized tests and a personality assessment. There is no "back door". Knowing someone at the company will not help your hiring chances. 2+ Month hiring cycle.
Negotiation Details – I named a salary and they met it.
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at InterSystems in November 2013.
Interview Details – After submitting my resume and cover letter I had to take two online assessments. One was a personality assessment and another was a logic/coding assessment. The coding assessment wasn't that hard, but it was definitely harder than I expected, especially considering that I did not apply for a coding position and wasn't interested in that type of position. The day after completing the assessments I was notified that I did not do well enough on the tests and that the interview process was over. It was pretty unfulfilling to hear this since I didn't know which assessment I didn't do well on and what score they were looking for.
Interview Question – logic/coding assessment Answer Question
Interviewed at InterSystems
Interview Details – There are two online based tests, Predictive Index Survey [PI] and Technical Employment Test [TET] . They are some questions about personalities and pure logics.
Interview Question – Time is not quite enough for TET. View Answer
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at InterSystems.
Interview Details –
I applied through my universities career webpage and got an email asking me to go through a couple of online exams to test my personality and technical knowledge in programming.
The technical test is very basic coding questions but using a language that you will not be familiar with. Instead you are told about the language and asked very basic questions that requires you to apply what you are told.
The downside to this is that it appears that if you don't get all 20 questions correct, then you are automatically denied, as I thought I did very well but get an email 3 hours after saying that I didn't pass the first round. What makes the process feel badly designed is that you don't get any feedback or anything else that can help you understand why you weren't chosen.
I applied through a recruiter - interviewed at InterSystems in October 2013.
Interview Details – Initial contact with recruitment staff, online exams, interview with ASG and Facilities Manager followed by the Operations Manager
Interview Question – Why are you here today? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and interviewed at InterSystems.
Interview Details – Applied at the school's career fair. They required a couple online tests. One is a logical test based on some language. The other is a personality test. Afterwards, I was invited in for an interview to see what the company is like.
Interview Question – Not very difficult - logic questions involving a different language. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at InterSystems.
Interview Details – The initial process is a series of tests. After is a phone interview with a recruiter regarding experience. After that phone interview is a second interview with the leaders of the internship program regarding experience and personality.
Interview Question – Logic based tests Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at InterSystems in July 2013.
Interview Details – asked for a couple online assessments but the procedure was so difficult between emails and changing browsers that I only completed personality profile....there was some aptitude that would have taken 40 minutes that you need to complete before interview....truly a dysfunctional organization
Interview Question – online assessment process Answer Question
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