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Question 1 of 35
Why do you want to work for our Marketing Department?
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Question 2 of 35
How would you renovate Burger King to compete once again with McDonalds? What changes would you make?
Question 3 of 35
Describe a project where you worked with the System Analyst during design phase and supporting the project through the development lifecycle.
Question 4 of 35
Communication is important when dealing with clients and customers. Describe a time when you acted as a liaison between client and development teams for business clarifications?
Question 5 of 35
Describe a project where you performed a gap analysis between the targeted business model and company?s products and services?
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A FinTech trading invoices online, on a marketplace vs traditional factoring invoices business. The customers are not the same, the costs are not comparables, the size market is different etc ..
Question 6 of 35
We have met several business analyst. Why are you the one we should hire?
Question 7 of 35
What do you do to relieve stress?
User-Submitted Answers
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I aknowledge it and get focus on present.
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Substance abuse.
3.
I watch classic movies like Godfather.
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I like to run and talk to the people in my life to help me.
Question 8 of 35
The financing department just told our marketing department we no longer have adequate funding for our latest product, what do you do?
Question 9 of 35
Describe the most complex business problem you have conducted analysis on and what recommendations or solutions did you make?
Question 10 of 35
Are you familiar with our product distribution?
Question 11 of 35
Would you buy stock in the market right now?
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Of course. The opportunity to purchase stock at a reduced price due to recessionary changes has its risks, but also its rewards.
Question 12 of 35
How can we take our internet store, and make it more successful?
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Make it easier for people to navigate and make purchases.
Question 13 of 35
Why do you want a career in Business?
Question 14 of 35
Do you see the mergers of banks good or bad for business? For America?
Question 15 of 35
Which altnerative energy sources do you predict to be dominate in 5 years?
Question 16 of 35
Where do you see the price of oil rising to or dropping to in 2 years?
Question 17 of 35
Have you worked in a team environment? What were your contributions to the effort?
Question 18 of 35
Would you invest in the commodity market?
Question 19 of 35
Why Business? Why not anything else? You could be an engineer, a doctor, anything?
Question 20 of 35
When you look around our office, how many people do you believe have unneccessary jobs?
Question 21 of 35
Would you consider bringing back the Jolly Grean giant for marketing campaign?
Question 22 of 35
If we were to hire you, where do you see our company in the next five years?
Question 23 of 35
How would you revamp our current product lineup?
Question 24 of 35
If you were to run Microsofts advertising campaign right now, what type of campaign would you want to see?
Question 25 of 35
What made you choose a career in Business?
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I feel it was one o the most braod topics to enter into school when I didnt know what I wanted to do. After a year of general business I felt that accounting was what I wanted to do.
Question 26 of 35
What real business experience do you have?
Question 27 of 35
Where are interest rates going in the next 6 months?
Question 28 of 35
How is your testing experience? Have you participated in functional testing for critical functionalities requiring business knowledge?
Question 29 of 35
Tell me where the DOW closed at yesterday?
Question 30 of 35
What is the most recent business article you have read? What were your thoughts on the story?
Question 31 of 35
Tell me about your past experiences, don't tell me about your accomplishments as your resume details those, but more your thought processes as you went through those experiences.
Question 32 of 35
What is something from your past that you wish you would have done differently and why? The experience can be from work, school, other activities, or from your personal life.
Question 33 of 35
Describe to me a recent marketing project you have worked on?
Question 34 of 35
Discuss any experience you have had abroad.
Question 35 of 35
What do you want to do (in regard to business function, industry, location)?

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