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- Accepted OfferNegative Experience
I applied in-person. The process took a week. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Mount Vernon, OH).
The interviews are very structured. So, they will ask you several pre-formated questions. They will ask other candidates the same questions.
- All stupid questions. There is no tricky questions. Answer Question
No negotiation. They said it is $60,000 per year. Pick or leave...
Helpful (2)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Mount Vernon, OH) in September 2013.
This company had two section for interview process. at first I had an phone interview that mostly I spoke about my previous experiences. in the nest step I had an face to face interview that it was about some technical and management questions.
- Difficult questions were about some sections that I did not have any experience about them and they need for this position. Answer Question
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The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Mount Vernon, OH) in February 2011.
Royce-Rolls first did a on-campus interview in my college. The recruiter was nice and the interview questions are pretty much all behavior based. Such as "describe a time when you have to multi-tasking/ solve a conflict in your team". I passed the first round. However, the sick part is their Psychometric Test. I swear that had I know how hard it was, I would definitely prepare it the way I prepared GMAT Math. The test includes two part- Numerical reasoning and Inductive reasoning. Each part has about 20 questions, but they give you very short time to answer! I didn't finish the question in time and they told me the next day that I was out because I didn't pass the exam. It is so frustrating to me that they are looking for someone who is extremely good at matching weird pictures and solve math/stats problems for an HR position! If you are good at those things, I guess RR is a good place for you.
- In their Psychometric Test test, they tested a lot on Causal inference such as "given the series of pictures in the question, which one in the following options is most likely to be the next one". Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Rolls-Royce (Mount Vernon, OH) in April 2010.
Phone interview, was recruited directly by Rolls. Then they called me in and I had a series of three interviews. Took me to lunch and I was on my way.
- Routine and painless. There were no really unexpected questions. 1 Answer
Aggressively negotiated salary and bonus.
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