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Interview location and How to prepare for interview

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Hello, guys,

Just got interview invitation on booth. So I can either choose interview on campus or in Bay Area(where I locate)

Is there any preference? Also, is there any tips for interviwing in booth?

Thanks.
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New post 26 Jan 2017, 21:24
I interviewed on campus and my interviewer was a know-it-all second year that made the interview pretty hostile in my view. I felt that put me at a disadvantage and I ultimately did get rejected. I had the rest of my interviews where I could off campus and generally have had a better experience. I would advise you to select off campus just to mitigate the risk of a bad second year that will also have an easier time benchmarking you against others

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I interviewed on campus and my interviewer was a know-it-all second year that made the interview pretty hostile in my view. I felt that put me at a disadvantage and I ultimately did get rejected. I had the rest of my interviews where I could off campus and generally have had a better experience. I would advise you to select off campus just to mitigate the risk of a bad second year that will also have an easier time benchmarking you against others


Sometimes I wonder if they purposely put on that front just to see how we react to such a potential situation at work when dealing with difficult bosses or clients.

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Mortysmith wrote:
I interviewed on campus and my interviewer was a know-it-all second year that made the interview pretty hostile in my view. I felt that put me at a disadvantage and I ultimately did get rejected. I had the rest of my interviews where I could off campus and generally have had a better experience. I would advise you to select off campus just to mitigate the risk of a bad second year that will also have an easier time benchmarking you against others


When you say they were a know-it-all and that it made for a hostile interview, what did they say or do? I can't say that I have had an interview like that and want to be ready for the worst.

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