Business Analyst Interview

Business Analyst Interview Success (Preparation-Site) 

Step 1: I am new to MyBAInterview.com, where do I start?

If you are new to MyBAInterview.com, let me just say Welcome! on this site, you will find many resources that will benefit you in your upcoming business analyst interview.

You have access to videos, mp3’s, pdfs, articles and even success stories from previous members which are filled with additional tips.

Frankly, there is quite a bit of material for you to chew through. 

So where do you start?

I would start right at the beginning and watch the first work shop video. Grab a pen, paper, some good lighting and a coffee or tea (irish cream anyone?Big Smile). Here it is:

Step 2: Free Consultation (There is a Catch)

Many members have asked me for one on one coaching. Now, coaching is something I have done in the past with great results on both sides.

However, my goal here is help as many people as I can, and 1on1 coaching doesent allow for that.

Moreover coaching requires significant time commitment and that is a luxury I just don’t have at the present time (or you could call me while I take the kids to swimming practice, that is doable but my wife would not be pleased with that option Cool)

However, for a limited time I am offering one FREE e-mail consultation.

There is a catch (isn’t there always Wink),

the catch is you must be very clear in your email.

Give me your background, the job you are interviewing for and any specific questions you may have. 

If this is of interest to you, scroll down to the bottom of this page and enter you name and email in the opt-in form below, thereafter I will send you some basic instructions on how to do that (takes less than 2 minutes). 

Step 3: Business Analyst Interview Success Work Shop Videos

The Business Analyst Interview Success videos is a work shop I did earlier this year to help those with Business Analyst Interviews.

We had a great turn out and 24 of the 29 participants received offers (an 83% success rate).

I would highly recommend that you go through them.

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Step 4: Read through the Business Analyst Interview Articles: 

For sometime now, I have been periodically writing articles about business analyst interviews. These articles were primarily for my newsletter subscribers (you can subscribe in the opt-in form at the bottom of this page).

To many, these have been tremendously helpful and from the feedback I have received they could be of benefit to those who are not on my email list. 

I have decided to put some of those articles in the article section of MyBAInterview.com (on the left menu).

If you are interested in receiving helpful tips, resources and other material to assist you in your business analyst interviews you can subscribe at the bottom of this page (I also occasionally send out job postings I receive from my contacts). 

Step 5: Success Stories (Optional)

Preparing for business analyst interviews is not fun, however it is necessary. Sometimes, you may think that this process will never end and you can get into a negative slump.

It is best to avoid that kind of thinking.

For that reason, I have created a Success Stories section on the site.

Success Stories are emails that I have received from previous readers of MyBAInterview.com, my business analyst interview success workshop, email newsletter or interviewees from my speaking engagements. 

They provide insight on what the candidates have been through, their business analyst interview experience and other tips that could help you in your interview preparation.

Moreover, I do hope that when you get your job offers that you’ll share with me how you did it — so that I can pass along your tips to others.

Business Analyst Interview Success Newsletter/ Free Consultation Offer

Periodically, I send out business analyst interview questions, answers, tips and other helpful resources to succeed at your business analyst interview.

If you would be interested in receiving that, simply subscribe to my newsletter below.

Also, if you would like to take advantage of my free email consultation (as described earlier) – enter your email address below and I will send you instructions on how to do that (very simple, takes less than 2 minutes)

If these resources are of interest to you, subscribe to my newsletter below:

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Comments (6)

  • Jeff

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    Andy, great info – I really appreciate your help with my business analyst interview. One slight issue, I cannot seem to access the article “How to Project Confidence in your Business Analyst Interview”….would appreciate a quick response as my interview is tomorrow morning!

    Jeff

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  • BA Chik

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    Hi Andy, I have a Business Analyst Interview next week – I subscribed and emailed you my resume and job description to get your consultation – no response?

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    • Andy Hart

      Andy Hart

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      Hi there, my apologies – daughter has had a fever so have not had time – what is the email address/ name you emailed me with?

      Andy

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      • BA Chik

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        Hi Andy, I completely understand – family comes first. If it’s no trouble, please do let me know. I emailed you with my gmail: lara.padukolous@gmail.com

        Thanks!

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        • Andy Hart

          Andy Hart

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          I sent you my response. Remember, you need to emphasize your strong experiences, like the time you lead the C.S technology to implementation at your previous company.

          Moreover, you have a lot of wonderful experiences and I can see why you got an interview – however you have limited time during your interview. It is just not possible for you to go through them all. I sent you some steps on how you can narrow down what to focus on. Follow them.

          Lastly, you can’t blame yourself for not doing well in your previous interviews. At the end of the day, you can only give it your best shot and move on. Learn from your mistakes, but don’t dwell on them. Walk into that interview room with conviction, confidence and the belief that you can do this.

          all the best,
          Andy

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