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Electronics Engineer Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Cambridge, England
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I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at TTP (Cambridge, England).


I submitted CV and cover letter via e-mail for a position advertised online with TTP. They contacted me via e-mail about a month later to arrange an interview in two week's time for a different but related position.
In their offices in Melbourn, I was welcomed by the HR and briefed initially for about 20 minutes on the company, the benefits and the working culture.
Then I had two technical interviews, one with a physicist and one with a senior electronic engineer. Their attitude, though not exactly warm, was professional and accommodating, helping me along and encouraging me if I was stuck at difficult technical points during the interview.
The technical interview started with questions about my background and the modules I have taken in the past and proceeded with technical questions. It was broader than I expected, ranging from basic principles of physics, to solutions to specific electronics problems.
Unfortunately the match for the position was not very good and I was informed via letter about two weeks later that I had not been given the position.
Interview expenses were reimbursed via check in the same letter.

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