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Interview Process

2014

"Applicants complete online tests before the interview. My interview consisted of a written test (designed to be difficult to score high on, the average score was about 60%) covering a few relevant topics (electronics, physics, programming, etc.) and one interview which was a mixture of technical questions about your background at university, etc. and some questions regarding some relevant topics (aerodynamics or radar, etc.), as well as talking about yourself and your interests, etc."
Graduate, Stevenage
"The application process involves an assessment day. There is a presentation about the company to give some insight into what they do. This is followed by a group exercise, then give a presentation. An interview follows with some senior members of the department, where you then give a presentation."
Graduate, Stevenage
"As long as you match the criteria for the advertised role, and match the competencies, it is not too challenging to be hired in my opinion. The interview process is as much about the company getting to know you, as it is for you to get to know a little more about the company."
Graduate, Bristol
"The assessment day contains group activates, a presentation and an interview; this was enjoyable as I found that everyone wanted to help and make me feel relaxed, and I felt that there was no unnecessary pressure put on me."
Graduate, Stevenage
"Interviews are dependent upon department, but for me, there were two people at the interview and we had to make a presentation in advance, and then answer general questions relevant to the role (e.g. electromagnetic spectrum and its uses)."
Graduate, Stevenage
"I completed a lengthy application form; an English aptitude test; a mathematics aptitude test. This whittled down the applicants to three to six people per role who were eventually invited to an assessment day. Assessment days consisted of a lot of learning about the company, a presentation to members of the hiring department, a brief exercises intended to assess your technical skills and ability to work with others, as well as a one to two hour interview."
Graduate, Bristol
"The interview process involves a full day graduate assessment, inclusive of a group exercise, a solo presentation and a face-to-face interview with two current engineers."
Graduate, Stevenage
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