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MAsc Student Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON (Canada)
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Application Details

I applied in-person – interviewed at University of Toronto.

Interview Details

First I applied for the university through University of Toronto's website. They asked for CV and a letter of interest.
Then I visited some of the professors in the related department (optional) to find out if any of them is willing to get a master student. The first professor interviewed me and sent me to another professor and so on. At the end I was interviewed by four professors and told that I will be contacted after more thinking and reviewing my undergraduate grades and projects.
I was offered by one the four professors who interviewed me previously and I accepted the offer.

Interview Questions
  • Design a related question and answer it. (like an exam question and I was expected to answer it on the blackboard)   Answer Question
  • What are the major related projects that you have done in undergrad and what technical and theoretical challenges you have faced?   Answer Question
  • What tools and software do you know?   Answer Question
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