Chemical engineer Interview Questions in Singapore

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Eastman
Entry Level Chemical Engineer was asked...18 July 2013

Explain how you can add value to the company with your knowledge and skills?

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Sadly because of my lack of experience and education I have few skills. What I do have is my work ethic and my constant desire to be be the best at whatever I do. I’ve always been a fast learner. I know I am right for the job , I’m looking for the job thats right for me. Less

I will add value by ensuring that the company operates optimally, having good interpersonal relationship with colleagues and customers. Delivering quality results on or before the deadline. Less

I will ensure quality projects are delivered at minimum cost.

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SAUDI ARAMCO TOTAL OIL REFINING & PETROCHEMICAL COMPANY, SATORP

Tell us about yourself?

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I am a chemist and I want to work with you and I have the ability to develop myself and work in groups Less

I am a chemist and I want to work with you and I have the ability to develop myself and work in groups Less

I am a chemist and I want to work with you and I have the ability to develop myself and work in groups Less

Divi's Laboratories (USA)

Weather you willing to work in the company?

3 Answers

Yes

Yes

Absolutely

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories

Q. Conflict that you faced in the workplace? Q. Have you ever given bad news to your junior? What is that? How did they react? Q. Tell us everything you know about PCB manufacturing. Q. Why do you want to become a process engineer? Q, If the cost of a nut is a dollar more than the cost of a bolt. The total cost being $ 1.10. What is the cost of the bolt? Answer - 5 cents Q. Work experience and what did my superiors think about me in the workplace. Q. 5-year & 10-year goal

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How is the cost of a bolt 5 cents? If one nut costs $1.00 and the total cost is $1.10, that leaves 10 cents remaining. If one bolt costs 5 cents then you’d have two bolts and one nut, unless the cost of the bolt is supposed to be 10 cents. Less

Oh never mind, I answered my own question.

let Y=nut, X=bolt Y=X+$1-----------------eq(1) Given X+Y=$1.1 X+X+$1=$1.1-----from eq(1), Y=X+$1 Bolt X=0.05=5cents nut Y= $1.05 Less

What would be the time mix that I would prefer , Computer / Document , vs out in the plant .

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Basically , whatever would be required to achieve the objective. I am most oriented to on the floor work . Less

I like to choke my🐓and spank my 🐒 while i vape thc in my little vdub girlie car . I think im so freaking cool but im just a closet queen waiting to have enough money to have my va gina made from my small p enis Less

ExxonMobil

What is the most memorable achievement in your life? Tell me a time where you are facing/ handling a difficult person. Please draw (Zoom whiteboard) me a specific equipment/ process and explain the operating principles behind it. For a given case study (to be presented by the interviewers), please explain the necessary measurements to eradicate this issue.

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Hi, may I know how long it took to get an offer after the interview?

hye. is the stage 2 interview conducted different day?

what are the types of steam?

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I said There are 3 types of steams and then our interview proceeded.

GVD

Tell me about your background

1 Answers

Walked them through my past work experience and how it applied to the position

INOVYN ChlorVinyls

Do you like the company?

1 Answers

Yes it’s sustainable and has a green vision.

Ordnance Factory Board

Why taps were given in steam pipelines

1 Answers

To remove condensate

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