Assess your preparation before taking your final Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA) exam by IIBA. Identify areas of improvement or knowledge areas that would require additional preparation. This is a knowledge-based exam with 50 multiple choice questions to be attempted in 90 minutes. This test is the FIRST test of 3 SERIES tests. These questions are NOT official questions from IIBA. The questions are, however, comparable to an examination in terms of formulation, difficulty, and covered subjects. The number of questions and the available time corresponds to the "official examination."

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The BABOK Guide (version 3.0) defines Business Analysis as:

  • A. The set of tasks and techniques used to work as a liaison among stakeholders in order to understand the structure, policies, and operations of an organization, and to recommend solutions that enable the organization to achieve its goals.
  • B. The practice of enabling change in the context of an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders.
  • C. Identification of business needs and determine solutions to business problems.
  • D. Identifying business problems and selecting which solutions will best resolve those problems.

Which of the following is NOT true about Business Analysis Core Concept Model (BACCM)?

  • A. The BACCM is a conceptual framework for business analysis
  • B. The BACCM can be used to describe and communicate about business analysis using a common terminology.
  • C. The core concepts in BACCM are independent of the other core concepts.
  • D. The six core concepts in BACCM are Change, Needs, Solutions, Stakeholders, Value and Contexts.

Which of the following statement is true?

  • A. A requirement represents a need and provides understanding regarding the potential value that could be delivered if it is fulfilled.
  • B. A design represents a solution and provides a solution blueprint that shows solution components and relationship between them.
  • C. Risk is the effect of uncertain events on the value delivered by a change initiative or a solution, or the enterprise.
  • D. All of the above

Which of the following is NOT described as a component of the Underlying Competency, "Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving"?

  • A. Creative Thinking
  • B. Systems Thinking
  • C. Learning
  • D. Complex Reasoning

If the reasons given for making a decision are clearly articulated and understood, the Business Analyst has demonstrated what Behavioral Characteristic:

  • A. Trustworthiness
  • B. Personal Accountability
  • C. Ethics
  • D. Adaptability

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Assess your preparation before you take your final Certification of Capability in Business Analysis (CCBA) exam by IIBA. Identify areas of improvements or knowledge areas that would require additional preparation. This level will test applicant’s knowledge as well as experience in business analysis in form of a scenario based exam. This exam has 130 multiple choice questions to be attempted in 3 hours. These questions are NOT official questions from IIBA. The questions are, however, comparable to an examination in terms of formulation, difficulty and covered subjects. The number of questions, as well as, the available time correspond to the "official examination".

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