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Was notified by e-mail that I would be taking various online exams. One was a behavioral test that lasted around 5 minutes, without a time limit. The second was a technical test on a made up language that was limited to 35 minutes. Was not difficult, but I apparently I did not make the cut.
- Q: Of the following descriptions, which do you feel you possess? Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days – interviewed at InterSystems (Boston, MA) in March 2015.
It was very brief. I heard back from a recruiter that they liked my resume! Great news right!? Let's have a conversation, perhaps a phone screen to start. No- this is a company that chooses to start off the relationship with a TEST! Not a conversation, not an introduction, but yes folks, a test. Why would anyone want to work for a company that starts out the relationship like that? Glad I did not pass the test because then I would have had to pretend to be interested, knowing it's not a culture I want to be a part of.
- There was a 20 question test that they allowed 45 minutes for. 1 Answer
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at InterSystems.
First a personality test and then a technique test. The testing language is like mumps and mainly some logical questions. Then took a phone interview with hr. Then I get no response, maybe that's because of my poor English
- Mainly some questions about your resume and problems in test Answer Question
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There are a couple programming/IQ/personality tests followed by an interview. The programming test was designed based on a unique language with the typical logical functions you can expect to see in functional programming. The IQ test is as typical as it is: there is the more mathematical part where you do algebra and recognize pattern, and there is the more language-based part where you are supposed to draw conclusions from premises.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days – interviewed at InterSystems.
heard from member of hr who sent me PI and TET tests. Work quickly on TET but it's not hard. thought i did well on the TET but never heard from them afterwards. i followed up and no reply.
- finished TET right as time was ending Answer Question
I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at InterSystems.
After submitting resume was contacted by HR to take their tests. One test was very qualitative and asked to describe your personality and characteristics. The other test was a technical skills test (multiple choice).
- Technical test is not easy. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at InterSystems in January 2015.
A series of online assessments: the first is personal traits test and the second is technical test for which you are asked to learn a virtual programming language and solve problems accordingly. Once you pass the first two, you are given another test that asks you to understand and assess some work environment scenarios.
- Nothing unexpected, but the information given in the technical test is accumulative. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at InterSystems in January 2015.
I applied online and was called by the HR. I had to give two test. 1 was a survey and the other was like an aptitude test where the questions were based on a programming language they described. After that i had one more test which was based on Quants. The tests were pretty easy
- All the questions were Basic Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at InterSystems in December 2014.
A basic HR phone interview, following a online test which is full of stuff like math question and learning a new language stuff. Then I was told that a recruiter is going to have a phone interview with me. We talked about my previous experience and I think every thing goes well. After the interview, I was told they would move on with me with no reason.
- Previous research. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at InterSystems in December 2014.
Got an email from HR after a few days to schedule a date and time to take two tests: a personality test and a test to see how fast and well you can pick up a programming language. My first mistake was scheduling to take the tests the day after I got back home. Second mistake was taking them while my family was around and I wasn't able to focus all of my attention on the tests - then again they're always around. The last mistake was that I did not take good notes on the programming language as I went through the test. Needless to say, I was not able to move forward with the interview process.
- I suppose the personality test is what really threw me off. I didn't really know how to answer the two questions. Answer Question
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