16 of the trickiest questions you'll have to answer if you want to work at Intel

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Intel is huge. The company, which once made watches, almost certainly made the processor powering your computer. You can also find its chips in your new iPhones, and it has its eyes set on wearables and
drones.

But if you want to work for the company that was named one of the World’s Most Admired Companies, you will have know the company well and answer a some tough questions first.

We’ve put together some of the most interesting and trickiest Intel interview questions posted on Glassdoor.

'Do you know any history of Intel?' - Intern candidate

'Give an example of a time where you had to take a preventive action against things that hadn't gone wrong but could very soon do in the way you carried out your experiments.' - Process TD Engineer candidate

'What is Intel doing that you are excited about?' - Accelerated Leadership Program candidate

'Who are Intel's competitors and how can we differentiate against them?' - Intern candidate

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'Tell me an accomplishment which you are proud of.' - Product Development Engineer candidate

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