Intelligence Analyst Interview Questions

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Jul 9, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence (BI) Analyst at AutoAnything:

“Walk me through a project development cycle as if you are coming up with a new project.”


Jul 2, 2014

Interview Question for Intelligence Analyst at Analytic Services ANSER:

“Questions were all related to my resume, clearance and past experiences.”


Jul 2, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence Analyst at Smartbridge:

“10-minute presentation”


May 30, 2014

Interview Question for Web Analytics/Business Intelligence Analyst at Rover.com:

“Mostly case questions and situational questions. E.g. How would you analyze this set of data? How would you present your findings to senior managers? What data do you think you would use to make and…”


May 30, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence Analyst at GoDaddy:

“What is most important in selecting people to build a team for a project? Why?”


May 9, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence Analyst at DriveTime Automotive Group:

“Numerous queries as to apparently required skills not previously detailed or discussed.”


May 5, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence Analyst/Developer at Logic20/20:

“If you were stuck on a desert island with a database that contained all the knowledge ever created, but you only had 10 SQL statements that you could ever use, what would they be?”


Apr 23, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence Analyst-analytics at Credit Acceptance:

“There was no real difficult or unexpected questions, but I think I should have better prepared for it.”


Apr 12, 2014

Interview Question for Business Intelligence Analyst Intern at Wayfair:

“a small quantitative case. The interviewer jumped right into a case, which is not hard but can be intimidating if you have never practice this type of questions before”


Mar 10, 2014

Interview Question for Associate Intelligence Analyst at BAE Systems USA:

“The most difficult question would be what do you bring to the table? This was asked when being considered for a position within a group of highly educated and extremely proficient individuals that…”