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Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Entry Level Software Engineer Interview Questions

Interviews at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Entry Level Software Engineer Interview

Anonymous Employee
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview

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I applied online. I interviewed at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in February 2017.

Interview

Software Engineer, Associate Professional Staff I.

Applied online, and received an on-site interview invitation a month or two later.

APL is divided into sectors, and you'll interview with the sectors that are interested in you. Depending on the sector, group (subset of sector), and individuals you interview with, your experience will vary.

Relaxed atmosphere, most of the technical portion was formatted as a casual discussion.

I had competing offers that were soon to expire, so they kindly accelerated my process. Took ~2 weeks to get an offer.

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    Entry Level Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Laurel, MD
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (Laurel, MD).

    Interview

    Number of interviews depends on groups that are interested in you. I had 4 groups and 1 rotational group interview me. Each group had 2-3 people from different teams interview me. For lunch, a couple of engineers there ate with me. Everyone I talked to there seemed very intelligent, passionate, down to earth, and caring about innovation. There were a lot of different diverse, in-depth, projects that I felt like I could work on. They didn't schedule a break times for me, so I was interviewing from 9-6pm. Descriptions provided about the groups I would be working for did not help a lot, so I able to prepare many talking points beforehand. Moving across campus to get to different interview locations was a little confusing - but HR helped as much as they could.

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