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  1. Interviews don't have to be scary. The way that you passed your FE exam is the same way you can do great at the interview. All you need is to prepare and practice. Being prepared and making sure to practice will help you to pass the interview. We've compiled a list of 7 common interview questions on our blog. Check it out and learn some excellent advice for having a great interview. Visit our blog
  2. Hello, I'm a 10th grader at Nansemond River Highschool and I'm currently in the Project Lead The Way Engineering program there. We have a project which is to find a engineer for us to interview and talk about. It would make me so happy if someone could get back to me and I ask you some questions that is required by the assignment. Thank you My email is XXXXXX.
  3. Hello my name is Tyler, I am a sophomore in Highschool and I need to answer a few interview questions for my Principles of Engineering class. If you are not comfortable with the first question please do not answer it. Name, title, contact info (work phone & email, company name, location, job title) What are your duties and responsibilities as a _________ engineer? How many employees in your company? How many work under you? What is your specialty in _________ engineering? How many hours is a typical work day? Can you do any telecommuting? What % of your workday is spent at a computer? Office? Worksite? Other? What type of math is used in your job? In your opinion, what are some advantages & disadvantages of your job? What is your salary range? Benefits? Are you paid over time? How much vacation time per year? Are promotions possible, and how long before promotion can be expected Are you required to travel on the job? Are there any physical requirements? What type of high school courses would be helpful for this career? What university did you get your degree from? How long did it take? Why did you choose _________ engineering? Do you enjoy your career? Does where you live affect this career? Any advice for a high school student thinking about pursuing this career?
  4. Hey everyone! I am doing a project for one of my high school engineering classes, and am required to interview an engineer in this field. I don't really know any engineers personally, so if anyone would like to answer some questions, I'd be one happy man! • What is your specific degree in? • What is your place of employment? • Please describe your engineering field. • What is your current job title? • Please describe your particular job and duties. • What is your average work schedule? • Starting with high school, describe your educational background chronologically. • If you had it to do over, related to your career or education, would you do anything differently? • What advice would you give to me as someone interested in pursuing a career path similar to yours? It doesn't have to be these questions, just anything that relates to your field / job would work fine, and help tremendously! Thank you! Grant
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