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  • Analyst

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    Interview process

    Online Application
    Fill out form online. Read about Intel case studies to help you structure the answers. Contact people on Linkedin who work for Intel to get some idea about what type of things work. Main thing is to show an interest in technology and understand how Intel helps firms.

    Online Situational Judgement Test
    Consider what capabilities are liked by Intel. Look at all the information on the Intel recruitment website and try to make those qualities stand out. This is more based on your determination to work long hours, work independently, work collaboratively. Getting the balance right between leadership and team work is vital.

    Phone Interview
    Few competency questions and then case study. For competency questions just be sure about Why Intel? Why this position? Why you? Have your answers planned according to S.T.A.R - Situation - Task - Action - Result. The Case Study is all about showing you can think analytically and systematically. Analyse wider issues etc.

    Most difficult question

    Group exercise was difficult for me. There were around 4 people in my group. All of them were quite confident. I was the only one who was a bit nervous but finally I managed to do well.

    Interview tips

    - Learn a lot about the company
    - Be one of the main speakers in the group exercise
    - Be able to talk about what you did right and wrong

    Experiences at the assessment centre

    There were 5 people in my assessment centre. We were first given a presentation by a senior member of staff about his career. Then we were presented with a video which described a case study. We had to as a team find the best solution in each of four different categories and it had to come under budget. It shouldn't be too hard to find a solution to this. The hr people ask you some questions at the end. My feedback said that I didn't defend my opinions enough during the exercise so if you disagree with someone do say something but just don't let it turn into an argument.

    We were next given a project planning exercise based on the solution youve cone up with and you have to list risks and dependencies. You then have a one on one interview which is mainly focused on defending your project plan and then they go on to ask about your knowledge of Intel. They also ask you about how you performed on the exercise, it's important to go into a bit of detail here and I think they want to know that you're aware of your strengths and weaknesses.

    Interview steps


    • Phone
    • 1:1
    • Group / Panel
    • Senior Management
    • Video


    • Numerical
    • Personality
    • Verbal reasoning
    • Psychometric


    • Assessment centre
    • Group exercise
    • Background check
    • Presentation
    • Competency based questions

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