University of Southern California Graduate Research Assistant Interview Questions

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Graduate Research Assistant Interview

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I applied through college or university – interviewed at University of Southern California.

Interview

Graduate Application, this is a standard process. There is not an interview. You complete the application, and if you're resume and undergraduate work is good enough, you may get accepted ingot he graduate program

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    Graduate Research Assistant Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at University of Southern California.

    Interview

    Basically it is the same as applying for PhD position in any other universities. You take GRE, submit application with personal statement, which details your research goal. It is better to know the faculty in advance or at least know their work by reading papers or contacting them directly. They will call you if interested.

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    Graduate Research Assistant Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at University of Southern California.

    Interview

    university of southern california graduate school is really friendly in terms of interview. as long as you demonstrate your true passion for your future research and capacity of accomplishing your graduate study (here I mean ph.d), you are likely to be enrolled. and stipend was good too, for graduate student. work and study. what can i say? it is a good choice if you are looking for higher education experience with certain pay.

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    Graduate Research Assistant Interview

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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through college or university. The process took 4 daysinterviewed at University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA) in January 2013.

    Interview

    3-4 technical rounds will ask you develop a software product and demo it.
    First Round is written test where you will be asked technical theory question on algorithms, datastructure, HTML, CSS , Databases and Aptitude etc.

    Second Round will be There will be on the spot question while you demo it.

    Third round will be the same as the second round where they will as you to develop a very small working prototype in their office within a couple of hours

    Finally there will be face to face interview with others

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    • How will you design a information retrival system for 50GB data in file system (no database querying allowed) to give result within 3sec always   1 Answer
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    Graduate Research Assistant Interview

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    Interview

    As I was enrolled as an international graduate student, the communication was mainly through emails and phone calls. There were two phone interviews (it may differ across departments) and the questions were focused on my prior research experience with a few technical details. Generally the university treat their student employees nicely, but the working environment and culture vary widely by department.

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