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New Post 4/2/2013 10:33 AM
User is offline BUSAN113
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I am a business analyst with 6 + years experience. I have just successfully passed two rounds  of technical interviews, over the phone for a for a Senior BA position.

I have now been invited to meet a director of the company for a face to face interview . I will also be meeting someone at peer level.

Can someone tell me, what to expect in terms of the interview with the director: 

  • Will the interview focus on my projects, or skills?
  • Can I expect to be quizzed on "situational questions"?
  • Would I be expected to explain the terminology/skills on the resume?

Any valuable information would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks in advance for your inputs.



New Post 5/1/2013 1:32 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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After two rounds of technical interviews, I suspect the interview with the director is a personality check to see if you fit in and possibly an offer.

I doubt the director is going to do another tech-interview.


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