LendingTree Mock Interview

To help you prepare for a LendingTree job interview, here are 27 interview questions and answer examples.

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One huge philosophy that we believe in at LendingTree is professional development. How have you worked to develop yourself professionally throughout your career?

"I am a firm believer in being a life long learner in my work as a Data Analyst. As technology and times have changed over the course of time, I see it as very important to be learning and changing along with the times. Just over the past two years, the Data Fest and Data Summit national conferences and participation in these events on a yearly basis is super important to me to help me grow and develop."

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27 LendingTree Interview Questions & Answers

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  • 1. One huge philosophy that we believe in at LendingTree is professional development. How have you worked to develop yourself professionally throughout your career?

  • 2. What programming languages would you consider yourself fluent in?

  • 3. At LendingTree, we expect our Business Analysts to put extra emphasis into the risk management aspects of their project work. How have you performed risk mitigation and risk avoidance in your previous roles as a Business Analyst?

  • 4. If hired to this role here at LendingTree, what do you see as one initial hurdle you will have to overcome in your first weeks on the job?

  • 5. How do you define working capital and why is it important for our clients here at LendingTree to take this into consideration when evaluating their finances?

  • 6. In this role with LendingTree, we will rely on your analytical reporting skills on a regular basis. Why do you feel analytical reporting is important in the financial field?

  • 7. How can LendingTree motivate you on the job?

  • 8. In your mind, when is monkey testing the most effective in testing new software?

  • 9. Here at LendingTree, we ask our test engineers to follow specific QA protocols. What role do you feel QA plays in software development and testing?

  • 10. How do you believe your coworkers would describe you?

  • 11. Data Scientist is a fairly new role here at LendingTree. Why do you feel that you can make the jump into the financial industry as a data scientist?

  • 12. Do you have any experience in financial modeling? What skills in financial modeling could you bring to the clients here at LendingTree?

  • 13. If you joined the team here at LendingTree, how would you build relationships with those that you would be working closely with?

  • 14. What SDLC models are you familiar in working with?

  • 15. What would you do in a situation where you just didn't have all of the information you needed from a client? What would be the steps that you took in ensuring you had all of the information possible in creating a financial analysis for a client?

  • 16. As a Business Analyst at LendingTree, you will be tasked with working with diverse teams of stakeholders on different projects. How do you handle stakeholders that are difficult and bullheaded?

  • 17. Give an example of a time that you used a universal design practice in your work as a UI or UX designer. Why was it important to do this?

  • 18. In working with financial data here at LendingTree, what are the steps you would take in the data validation process as part of your work?

  • 19. What do you feel is one of the top issues that is faced by data engineers today?

  • 20. What statistical analysis tools do you have experience working with?

  • 21. Here at LendingTree, we are expecting someone with strong leadership skills to take this role. How would you describe your management style?

  • 22. We pride ourselves on our interdepartmental teamwork here at LendingTree. If hired for this role, what kind of team player could we expect you to be?

  • 23. The day-to-day life at LendingTree can be hectic and stressful at times. If hired for this role, how would you keep yourself motivated when working with stressed colleagues and pushy clients?

  • 24. What do you consider to be a good litmus test for when you would automate a test process for a new system versus testing manually?

  • 25. Think back over your career up to today and tell me about the most difficult day on the job you encountered. What made the day difficult and how did you handle that situation?

  • 26. What tools do you currently use to help you be a more efficient and effective Business Analyst?

  • 27. What software programs do you use in your current work and how adaptable would you say that you are in learning and using new programs?