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Chemist Interview Questions

"When hiring chemists, employers are looking for applicants with scientific knowledge and hands-on experience to perform successful chemical experiments and research. In an interview context, be ready to answer behavioral questions about your educational background and lab experience as well as technical questions that will test your proficiency of chemical theory. Before applying, be sure to know what subdiscipline of chemistry the job falls under and review how your background fits in with the job."

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You have listed that you have used XXX instrument in your projects. We have the same equipment that we havn't used for some time. Will you be able to use it for our compounds and develop methods?

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I described how I had to develop methods for my project from scratch and how I will be able to do the same for their products.

What instrumentation are you familiar with?

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What kind of HPLC experience do you have?

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Information already available on my resume and online application about my credentials, experience and training.

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Why do you want this job? What makes you the best person out of all the other 30 resumes we received?

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Questions regarding my presentation?

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Several questions regarding specific technical details and itemized monetary payoff of technical support from projects completed multiple years ago. Example: What brand/part did you use to improve equipment for [specific process]? How much monetary gain/savings resulted?

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What is my favorite chemical element and why?

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What was the most difficult portion of research you had to perform?

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