IT business analysis
This multiple-choice test evaluates a candidate’s skills and knowledge necessary for functioning as an IT business analyst. The questions present real-life situations of a business analyst. Therefore, this test helps you identify analysts with mileage.
Role specific skills
- Requirements gathering and elicitation
- Analyzing and documenting requirements
- Management of requirements
- Solution assessment and validation
This test is relevant for
Jobs with IT business analysis responsibilities. If the job involves dealing with business, stakeholder and solution requirements on a regular basis, this test is relevant.
DescriptionBusiness analysts bridge the gap between IT and the business using analytics methods. They develop requirements and deliver fact-based recommendations to stakeholders about their IT projects.
This test evaluates a candidate’s overall skills in IT business analysis. It covers requirements elicitation (gathering), requirements analysis, requirements management, and solution assessment (validation).
Candidates are provided with different IT analysis scenarios. They have to analyze the information and identify the best answer. The questions mimic real-life situations that are often encountered in jobs that involve requirements handing, i.e., effective requirements analysis and management. Candidates who score high on this test tend to be well-suited for IT business analyst roles.