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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Lam Research (Portland, OR) in February 2015.
4 people interview, first two behavior questions, then coding questions, then talked about personal projects. total 3 and half hours interview. really tired. there is a 20 min break during the whole interview. the campus is located on tulatin OR. the first one just for warming up. then the second guy was meaning, asked many unpleasant questions.
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I applied online. I interviewed at Lam Research.
HR screening, then first and second interview over phone, then got called that I got the job. Entire process took about two weeks.
- Just asked me about my resume and a few basic technical questions related to the project. Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Lam Research in June 2011.
They called me and asked me a few questions regarding what I was looking for and then we set up an in person interview. There will usually be between 1-3 interviews. 1 being for non technical internships and 3 being for post graduate internships. They'll take between 2-8 days to deliberate and if they get back to you, you have the job. If not, they usually don't get back to you.
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I didn't negotiate as an intern.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Lam Research (San Jose, CA) in March 2011.
Very detail. They almost go through all what written on resume. You better prepare/review all the stuff on your resume. They have 2 supervisors, 2 current engineers in the interview.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Lam Research in April 2012.
1 week after app: Call from HR - asked to make sure all qualifications asked on the job posting were met or mostly met, set up time for call from engineering project manager 3 days after call from HR: Call from Manager - asked about resume, engineering project/group experiences: difficulties, a little bit of technical questions relating to position i.e. GTD 1 week after call from manager: On Site Interview - interview with 4 senior engineers individually, including manager that called, and also HR person that called before. Asked questions about resume, personal positive and negative qualities. Heard back 1 week after on site interviews.
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The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Lam Research in July 2011.
I sent in a resume and received an email about my interview date. I went in for an interview and it was a group interview. They asked us general questions and there was nothing I wasn't able to answer. The process went by fast and wasn't hard at all.
- What are some things you want to learn from this internship? Answer Question
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