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mattd40 Jan17-11 02:23 PM

Engineering Interview
 
For my Principles of Engineering class, I need to interview someone with an engineering degree (preferably in mechanical engineering) and working in the engineering field. There are only ten questions. If you are willing to help me, please post a reply and i will pm you the questons. Thanks!

Sorry if this was supposed to go into the homework section, but it looks like that has a specific format that needs to be followed and this doesn't seem to fit.

berkeman Jan17-11 04:29 PM

Re: Engineering Interview
 
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Quote by mattd40 (Post 3087906)
For my Principles of Engineering class, I need to interview someone with an engineering degree (preferably in mechanical engineering) and working in the engineering field. There are only ten questions. If you are willing to help me, please post a reply and i will pm you the questons. Thanks!

Sorry if this was supposed to go into the homework section, but it looks like that has a specific format that needs to be followed and this doesn't seem to fit.

Sorry Matt. For privacy and anti-phishing reasons, the PF no longer allows interview threads. Thread closed.


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