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MedStar Health
Clinical Engineering Technician was asked...August 2, 2016

They asked me how I would deal with an irate patient/customer.

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I personally think the number one thing to do is to listen to them to them. Show them that you are interested in remedying there issue. People just want to be listened too. Less


What is the most important parameter of diffusion process?

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Atomic weight

I am not so sure atomic weight it the right answer. In fact, I wouldn't even consider atomic weight one of the parameters. Diffusion is just the motion of molecules results in a change in density of the sample until it reaches equilibrium. To me, temperature and pressure would best way to speed up or slow down this process. Because this company has clean rooms perhaps they are referring to diffusion as it relates to optics which depends on lens shape and tepidity of liquid or cleanliness of air ect. I think I am OVER THINKING IT and getting bogged down in what i think the company is looking for, as opposed to the simple mathematical theory. The most important mathematical parameter is the diffusion coefficient. That is my final answer. Yes. Diffusion Coefficient. Less

While the molecular weight does play a role, the most basic answer would have been the difference in concentration across the boundary layer and the time given to diffuse. Less

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Audubon Engineering

Describe a situation you've been in where you had to work as a team to achieve some goal and tell what you got out of the experiance.

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Can't remember

Working with a team to achieve a goal is a luxury lifestyle. It gives you the comfort to know that you have more than just your brain to come up with a solution to the problem. Less

Working with a team to achieve a goal is a luxury lifestyle. It gives you the comfort to know that you have more than just your brain to come up with a solution to the problem. Let’s not forget the most known saying “Teamwork makes a DREAM work” ! Less

Hydro One

4.Over time asked by the customer, how you deal?

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How did you answer this question? (Optional)

Consult with your supervisor or manager first


Would be able to go through, say 10 websites, and get bids and projects for us to work on?

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Sounds like position for contracts administrator. Being resourceful and creative is necessary for this role, however what they probably didn't tell you is all the other stuff that will very soon become MANDATORY. Less

Forgot to mention that in order to receive a contract, there are several criteria that muah be met and achieved. Favoritism no longer has its merits as it did before. Less

Flowers Foods

Are you afraid of heights?

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Hydro One

3.What you will do if your work end at 2PM for the day

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How did you answer this question? (Optional)

Start on a new project or something you’re interested in. Learn a new skill. Provide examples Less


How much was your last salary?

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Why do you want to work for Tesla

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I want to work since i can relate to the mission of the company of changing the world with sustainable energy Less

Through questions like this, interviewers are mostly trying to test your skillset (and its relevance to the role) as robustly as possible, so be prepared for multiple offshoots and followups. It could be a useful exercise to do mocks with friends or colleagues in Tesla to get a real sense of what the interview is actually like. Alternatively Prepfully has a ton of Tesla Engineering Technician experts who provide mock interviews for a pretty reasonable amount. Less

Sensata Technologies

How many watts of power a device had when given the current and voltage.

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I answered correctly.

Watt= I x V

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