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Quality Engineer Interview Questions

"As a quality engineer you will be expected by your employer to have the critical thinking skills, data analysis skills, and business quality knowledge to develop quality tools, systems, and processes that ensure product quality from start to finish. In an interview you can expect to be asked about your IT experience, knowledge of enterprise architectures, software engineering background, and understanding of quality improvement techniques. Because quality engineering is based heavily in software development, you can expect to be asked multiple technical programming questions."

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How much time do you need to show us something substantial?

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If you were asked to form a team after joining, what will you do?

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There really were no difficult questions, just very specific job based questions. If you know GD&T, Blue Print Reading, APQP, Problem Solving, you will not have an issue passing the interview.

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All tech questions are entry level math and programming question, which I've solved hundreds of time in the college. As long as you do have a degree in the relative field and you are familiar with their product, you won't have any problem. Go through their customer tutorial is a must-do. Though they are not hard questions, but 5 hours interview without a sec of break still drove me crazy - yes the lunch is also a part of the interview, for sure.

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Have you done any Database testing?

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Normal questions for engineers - Give an example when X happened and what you did to overcome

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There was a question about describing a time where you took advice or a suggestion from a customer and applied it to a project or program.

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What would your test cases be if facebook passwords started not working.

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All question where related job scenario for supplier. how to react, action when situation given.

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Various types of difficult situations you've been in. Conflict resolution.

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