Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Instructional Designer Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week – interviewed at Pearson (Chandler, AZ).
good interview. frank description of the job. peers were in the interview.
- what's the worst part of your job. 1 Answer
no negotiation, i was just happy to get the job. was a good experience for me.
Other Interview Reviews for Pearson
Instructional Designer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Pearson in February 2011.
The interviews were spread out over the course of several weeks, with about a week passing before the next one would be scheduled. Each interview occurred over the phone and ranged from one person to three people. They were all very friendly and conversational, yet still asked challenging and thought-provoking questions.
- Out of each phase of the ADDIE process, which one are you the most comfortable and confident working in? Answer Question
- Which do you think is the most important in projects: time, budget or quality? Answer Question
- Describe a time in which you had to work with a difficult subject matter expert. How did you handle this situation? Answer Question
There was no room for negotiation; it was a "take it or leave it" scenario.