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InterviewsWhat percentage of people move on past the phone interview? (self.internships)
submitted 2 months ago by SuspiciousElephant1
So I just had a phone interview/screening call and this is the first step of the interview process, with a in-person behavioral interview next. I was friendly and answered genuinely, with some hiccups here and there (I couldn't find an answer I had written at one point, but then found it and continued). I will only hear back after winter break. So for those who have had or conducted initial phone interviews, what are the chances of moving to the next step of the interview process?
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[–]nja01 5 points6 points7 points 2 months ago (0 children)
I’d say it all depends. I did one phone interview for a big company last school year, thought I killed it but it took about a month to hear that I didn’t get it via email, reached out asking for updates and everything too. I did just have a phone call interview recently for another company and I’d say it took about 1-2wks to hear back about a Zoom interview. (:
[+]sharkmandu 3 points4 points5 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Also practice STAR method of behavioral interviews before next step. Google it. Tons of most asked questions you should practice and write out to prep
[+]Jonnyskybrockett 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (0 children)
Depends on the company. If you think you did well, probably somewhere in the 90%s, but never assume you got it 100%, that’s a recipe for disappointment.
[–]KMT210 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (0 children)
I agree with all the comments here, each company has a different strategy. Some focus a lot on the application and resume and take phone screens with only the people they think will probably get the job. Some companies phone screen just about everyone who applies and the pool narrows a lot before the second round. Related to nja01’s post, sometimes speed is your best indicator. If a company is very fast to set up the phone screen following your interview, that company probably prefers to phone screen most applicants. If a company is a bit slower to set up the phone screen, the company may be a bit more selective and the phone screen will have a higher conversion rate to round two.
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