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Analyst Interview Questions in Fairfax, VA

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What do you know about pricing and government contracting?

Give analytics perspective of a scenaio which they tell you

Hardest decision you have had to make?

Previous experience, knowledge of SQL, experience with clients directly.

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How would you clarify a project request that you had zero experience or understanding of.

What can you take from your previous experience that can be applied to CVP?

What is object oriented?

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Flexibility with a changing schedule, etc.

I was asked mostly about my previous experience and reason behind my interest for their position.

1. Is candidate able to work out of the Fairfax office daily? 2. Verify salary requirements. 3. Verify good communication skills. 4. Describe what Quality Analysis tools you have used (i.e. QTP (Quick Test Professional), Selenium, Cucumber, jMeter) 5. Describe types of testing you have experience with? (examples: Regression, Automated, Manual, Acceptance, Smoke Screen, Functional, Performance) 6. If the candidate has automation experience, did the candidate create/write the automated tests or only execute them? 7. Do you have any programming experience? (we are looking for only basic programming experience) 8. Describe any software methodologies you have experience with (i.e. waterfall, agile, Prototyping Model, Spiral model) 9. Determine the level of full time v. contractor work they have done. Not looking for a contractor that has done a bunch of short stints. Looking for someone that wants full time employment and has had that in the past.