I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at RDA Corporation in January 2013.
Interview Details – First met with recruiters at a University Career Fair. Received a call from them a few weeks later and was asked a few questions over the phone for about 45 min. They were mostly behavioral/personality questions. Then I was called in to their hq for technical portion of the interview. I was also able to meet the other members of the team after the interview was over. The interview consisted of moderately difficult questions that made you think. But I was able to get the answers to a good portion of them after a few moments of pondering. Just be calm and think through it step by step. There were also some portions that you had to use mathematical formulas to aid in answering the questions. For example using math to solve how many testing problems need to be made to test a module etc.
Interview Question – There is a coding portion of the interview with 3 parts in order of increasing difficulty. You need to incorporate interaction with the user and a database to store the information. You are given an hour and any materials that you need as well as access to the internet. You may choose any programming language you wish. View Answer
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I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at RDA Corporation in June 2012.
Interview Details –
The phone screen and tech screen were both very easy.
The difficult part was the group interview where over 25 scenario questions were asked. The scenario questions were about what would you do in a particular situation. The were incredibly adamant about providing very specific examples of each situation. This part of the interview took over 3 hours. This was absolutely a big waste of time.
Be prepared to take vacation for the group interview.
There were 5 interviews in total which is simply ridiculous.
Interview Question – How would you handle a difficult client when you are behind schedule? Answer Question
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