Systems Analyst Interview Questions

(Posted anonymously by job candidates)

764 Interview Questions: 1120 of 764

Sort by

Aug 8, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Systems Analyst at Lowe's:

“Most questions sound like similar variations of, "Tell me a time when..."”


Aug 7, 2014

Interview Question for Business Systems Analyst at TravelClick:

“Explain how I would create a product backlog from the given Product Management document.”


Aug 5, 2014

Interview Question for Project Tracking Analyst, Systems Business Analyst at Jackson National Life:

“Standard set of interview questions. Behavior based questions seems to be the norm.”


We want your feedback – Is this interview information helpful to you?  Yes | No

Aug 1, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Business Systems Analyst at Capital One:

“If you have never prepared for a Behavioral Interview you better Google it! Rather than "How would you handle a situation?" as a question. The question would be "Tell me about a dime when you had to…”


Jul 30, 2014

Interview Question for Systems Analyst at Experis:

“Nothing like that. Goes thru the resume”


Jul 29, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Business Systems Analyst at Capital Group:

“Background check positioned as highly invasive to personal history (beyond industry norms), making the firm appear to be very authoritarian and overreaching. They likely have some post-9/11 Homeland…”


Jul 29, 2014

Interview Question for GC3 T2 Systems Analyst at Expedia:

“Nothing out of the ordinary. Typical, scenario based stuff, what have I worked with, how would you deal with such and such.”


Jul 28, 2014

Interview Question for Engineering Systems Support Analyst at Amtrak:

“What do I know about the software application they will use for Asset Management?”


Jul 23, 2014

Interview Question for EDI Systems Analyst at Expeditors:

“Had to take a twenty minute test in the middle quizzing on basic SQL skills”


Jul 23, 2014

Interview Question for Business Systems Analyst at Lexmark International:

“Nothing out of the ordinary.”