AEP wrote:"Have you ever had a girlfriend?"
WhoaNonstop wrote:The usual...
Can you play basketball? Do you like slip n' slides? Have you ever thought of a pool filled with jello? Is it possible to swim in? How many people were born in North Dakota during the 1990s?
What do you expect they will ask? You're over thinking something silly. They are going to ask questions about you, your relationship with physics and perhaps the reasons you want to go to X school.
kap09c wrote:There is potential for them to ask technical questions, which was my biggest concern.
photomagnetic wrote:horrendous comments guys.
yes the questions are obvious but no need to slap him in da face
kap09c wrote:Thanks for the response. I don't think that it's incredibly obvious, though. There is potential for them to ask technical questions, which was my biggest concern. I'm not very good at thinking on my feet or small talk so if there will be a component of either I would like to prepare myself for it.
WhoaNonstop wrote:kap09c wrote:There is potential for them to ask technical questions, which was my biggest concern.
They may ask technical questions, but I wouldn't expect a barrage of them. Really, how would you prepare for that anyways? I highly doubt they'll ask you anything like, explain to me how to solve this or what is 28348292/2893. I don't think Physics interviews are like "real job" interviews. You definitely won't get most of the stupid... "Tell us about a time you had a conflict with a coworker and how you dealt with it." To me, those are the most useless questions ever.
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