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Electrical and Electronic Engineering Graduate Scheme Interview Coventry, England

Why Network Rail and why the rail industry?

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hi there, could you tell me more about the technical questions they asked you? Thank you

A on 22 Jan 2016
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They give you a map with switches and relays. They correspond to track signaling systems. Standard red orange green. KVL, KCL and decent circuitry knowledge.

Anonymous on 22 Jan 2016
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Thank you

A on 22 Jan 2016
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Hi, did they ask for example about how the relay work ? could you please explain more about the sort of technical questions you had in the interview? thank you mate

Anonymous on 23 Jan 2016
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Hi dude, do you have more specific questions about the technical interview? how many technical questions were you asked?

Anonymous on 26 Jan 2016
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It is one technical question, which develops. It is not about calculating numbers, more about how switches influence bits of the signalling and to be able to show you understand how it operates in normal conditions. It is a simplified version of how track signalling works.

Anonymous on 26 Jan 2016
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Thank you mate. were you asked questions like 'how does a relay work' how did the KVL and KCL fit into this question?

Anonymous on 27 Jan 2016
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By the way- what type of questions did you get on safety?

Jon on 27 Jan 2016
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Just try to relate safety measures/hazards/etc to previous work experience. There was a relay on a circuit diagram. Just know what it is and basic functionality.

Anonymous on 27 Jan 2016
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thank you mate, how about the KVL and KCL? what sort of questions were you asked about in regard?

Anonymous on 27 Jan 2016
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Hi Dude, what is the KVL, for example, is relevant to signalling system?

Anonymous on 29 Jan 2016
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when did you attend the assessment centre, when did you receive the offer and how? congratulations dude!

anonymous on 30 Jan 2016

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