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What could I expect from a technical interview with a civil or structural engineering recruiter?

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What could I expect from a technical interview with a civil or structural engineering recruiter?

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Civil and structural engineering recruiters use technical interviews to assess your fundamental engineering skills and to see how you approach problem solving. Technical interviews are normally a second interview or part of an assessment centre. The typical starting point for a graduate technical interview is a discussion of academic project work. You may explore subjects from your degree that you are particularly interested in or are relevant to your chosen sector. You may be asked how you would tackle some broader civil or structural engineering problems or hypothetical situations. Technical interviews are as much about communication as they are about giving correct answers to questions. Even if you are presented with an unfamiliar topic or subject area, have a go. Explain what further information you need, what you deduce are the key issues to follow up on and the logical steps you would take to getting the answer.

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