Researcher Interview Questions

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Apr 8, 2014

Interview Question for Graduate Research Assistant at Northeastern University:

“The sum had a few tricky parts and I was caught up in that for a while but later was able to deduce the answer.”

Apr 8, 2014

Interview Question for Postdoctoral Research Associate at University of Arizona:

“There weren't any difficult or unexpected questions. The interview was pretty straight forward and it seemed like they had made a decision prior to the interview based solely on letters of…”

Apr 8, 2014

Interview Question for Research Analyst at Human Capital Research:

“I think the questions aren't difficult, but I think some of the employees try to throw you off a little to see how you handle it. Stuff about ice cream and getting rid of a state. The answer is…”

Apr 7, 2014

Interview Question for Graduate Research Assistant at University of Wisconsin-Madison:

“General questions about my interests.”

Apr 7, 2014

Interview Question for Research Associate at CCSI:

“Explaining school lab work”

Apr 7, 2014

Interview Question for Research Technician II at UT Southwestern Medical Center:

“No unexpected question, just casual talking. Were ask about my future plan.”

Apr 7, 2014

Interview Question for Research Assistant at UAMS Medical Center:

“It has been so long ago that I cannot recall a most difficult question.”

Apr 7, 2014

Interview Question for Research Analyst at Duke University Health System:

“What is your work philosophy? or Where do think statistical methods in this field are going in the future?”

Apr 6, 2014

Interview Question for Research Assistant I at Case Western Reserve University:

“Not relevant for this situation”

Apr 5, 2014

Interview Question for Research Assistant at American Institutes for Research:

“What do you like to do the least?”

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