What tech stuff should I review for a interview Monday?

I have a AA in Electronics but I haven't used my troubleshooting skills in about 4 years. I used to work with a Communications Company doing RF stuff. The position is working with industrial network products, debug, test, etc. I really want to be prepared. What should I focus on most? There will be a test. I get really nervous and choke when it comes to testing. Any suggestions?

Asked By: Coco - 12/1/2007
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If they want you ONLY for the specialized skills THEY need, you won't be able to get the job unless you have them. But if they are willing to give you time to learn on the fly (which most companies do), you will be judged by general skills and how you portray your past experience. Since there is nothing you can do... More
Answered By: amansscientiae - 12/1/2007
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do not worry about the testing. concentrate on being a good person with a good attitude. a company would rather have good people than smart jerks- they can always train good people but jerks are- well you know. dressup, smile, get a good understanding of the job and talk about your strengths as they relate. a company... More
Answered By: dave - 12/1/2007
Don't take things so seriously, and you shouldn't choke. It is not the end of the world if you don't get the job, so take the test with an attitude of, "whatever." You will probably do just fine... More
Answered By: Warren W- a Mormon engineer - 12/1/2007
for an interview , u should know general technical answers and personal answer , and check online for interview tips , better than reading technical science books
Answered By: Eyad E - 12/1/2007
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