"I was asked about my CV and experiences and how I had demonstrated leadership in difficult times. Most of the interview is focused around describing a task you had to undertake, the actions you took and the results of your actions."Graduate, Havant, UK
"Explain a time you worked well in a team, had a conflict in a team, went above and beyond etc."Graduate, Ampthill - Bedfordshire
"I was asked to do a presentation on why I would be a good fit for the company and then had general interview questions."Graduate, Whiteley
"For a graduate engineering role, the questions will begin by being about your degree and educational background. This moves on to why you want to get into engineering etc. You will then be asked about your project experience (be it university projects or internships etc) and have a conversation on your favourite subject. They may ask for examples of how you work in a team as well as about your extracurricular experience and hobbies (try to use examples that show an interest in STEM)."Graduate, Ampthill
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