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Posted by trainer on 9/11/2012 9:46 PM |

When you receive formal interview letter from a firm you want to be in, you become very happy. Sometime in this happiness, you react as if you have been selected and you take the preparation for the interview very light. This is a wrong approach. Business analyst interviews need proper preparation. You must have to prove yourself an expert in front of the selection board. Otherwise, there is a big crowd to fill this vacancy.

First of all, it is necessary that you assess the job’s specification and do not under evaluate it or over evaluate your abilities. In both the cases, you will be a loser. It would be better for you that you consult someone who has been a part of this job as he would be the most suitable person to guide you by telling you the basic points regarding your desired post. Another way of learning about the organization is its business website. It will also tell you a lot about the organization.

Normally, there are two types of interview in all departments and for all posts. One is “behavioral interview” and the other is “skill interview”. In business analyst interviews, “behavioral interview” is not as important as the “skill interview” is because they are basically professional level interviews and need special professional intelligence. Your interview mainly depends upon the position of post for which you are selected for the interview. You are supposed to have ample experience in data modeling, business models, gap analysis and many other similar fields. You will be asked to provide them the glimpses of your understanding either in form of your knowledge or in form of your experience. You must be ready for both the cases. STAR technique is best for the preparation of such type of interviews. Presentation is also important in this regard. There are many websites on internet that offer you a vast range of questions and their possible answers. If you follow these guidelines, it will be easier to win your goal.