Electrical & Electronic Manufacturing Interview Questions

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Jun 29, 2014

Interview Question for Electrical Design Engineer at Sensata:

“I was given a pressure sensor and was explained about the failure occurring in the sensor. I was then asked to suggest the root cause of failure with possible steps of debugging.”

Jun 29, 2014

Interview Question for Applications Engineer at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.:

“Questions weren't overly difficult, but, do not try to fudge your knowledge on these topics. If you don't know,say you don't know. Your panel interviewers are excellent BS detectors, and will call…”

Jun 29, 2014

Interview Question for Principal Technician at GLOBALFOUNDRIES:

“Kept asking about a process i have never seen.”

Jun 28, 2014

Interview Question for Human Resources Business Partner at Sabre Industries:

“Tell me, what do you know about this company?”

Jun 28, 2014

Interview Question for Program Manager-2 at Flextronics:

“very straight forward”

Jun 27, 2014

Interview Question for Standard Cell Design at ARM Holdings:

“The questions were pretty basic and related to VLSI and MOS fundamentals. As it was standard cell position, they asked on MOS basics, inverter characteristics, multiplexers and stuff. More focus was…”

Jun 27, 2014

Interview Question for Graduate Design Engineer at ARM Holdings:

“Some questions on clock tree where you have to come up with a possible design solution in order to keep the clock latency low.”

Jun 26, 2014

Interview Question for Engineering Technician at Spectrum Brands:

“It was difficult to get around to what I could do for the department.”

Jun 25, 2014

Interview Question for Process Technician at Cree:

“Nothing out of the ordinary.”

Jun 25, 2014

Interview Question for Optical Engineer at Corning:

“No challenging questions as long as you are well prepared”

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