The questions from Zoya's link - no answers this time. I can tell you I got 83%, but it wouldn't tell me which question I got wrong!
Q1.You are the business analyst for an initiative that has both the problem and the solution as difficult to define. The strategic importance is very high and the changes will affect the entire enterprise. The initiative is to take 12 – 24 months but the deadline is fixed and the schedule has no room for flexibility. This project should be classed:
Low risk Moderate risk High risk Normal risk Q2.You are the business analyst. It is necessary in any project to make a certain number of assumptions. Each assumption made must be assessed for:
degree of risk frequency of occurring probability impact Q3.The elicitation of the interfaces’ functional requirements should be done:
About midpoint in the life cycle It does not matter Late in the life cycle Early in the life cycle Q4.The matrix that is used as a cross reference of user groups against the entities managed within the system:
Responsibility matrix Data dictionary CRUD matrix Data map Q5. When should requirements definition normally be done? At the end of the project Before end user definition Ongoing and iterative throughout the project At the beginning of the project Q6.Who is the most knowledgeable person on the solution about business requirements?
The chief accountant The project manager Upper management The business analyst On 20/08/2008, at 11:28 AM, Elizabeth Fullerton wrote:
Here are those 10 questions, with answers (beside the question number):Question 1 dMarks: 1 ?As part of Solution Assessment and Validation, the business analyst may be responsible for all of the following except Choose one answer. a. Ensuring that the roll out of the final product is completed as smoothly as possibleb. Problem resolution after the product has been implemented c. Training the end usersd. Testing of the final product to ensure that all requirements were metQuestion 2 cMarks: 1 Jack is creating the requirements package for an outside vendor who will be implementing an off-the-shelf solution. All the factors below should be considered when designing a requirements package exceptChoose one answer. a. The size of the project b. The type of project c. The format most used by the company the BA works for d. Whether the package is for internal or external use Question 3 bMarks: 1 Jack is charged with documenting requirements for a new automated beverage dispenser to be sold at bars. He has divided the stakeholders up into direct and indirect customers. The direct customers are the drinkers at the bar and the bartenders who have to keep the beverage containers filled so no customer ever gets a ‘cannot fill request’ message. An indirect customer would be the owner of the bar who receives weekly reports concerning the number and types of drinks sold through the dispenser. To ensure that he meets the needs of both the direct and indirect customers, Jack should developChoose one answer. a. Context diagrams b. User profiles c. State machine diagrams d. Dialog maps Question 4 dMarks: 1 ?Business process analysis, object-oriented analysis, and structured analysis are variousChoose one answer. a. Techniques used to elicit requirements b. Implementation solutions c. Types of requirements documentation methodologies d. Solution development methodologies Question 5 bMarks: 1 During a requirements review session which role answers questions about the requirements document, listens to suggestions and comments, and updates the requirements document?Choose one answer. a. Project Manager b. Business Analyst c. Project Sponsor d. Technical Analyst Question 6 cMarks: 1 There are 6 processes to conduct a feasibility study. These processes should beChoose one answer. a. Completed in order as specified in the BABOK b. Done concurrently c. Completed as necessary and can be done iteratively d. Completed as necessary and only done one time each Question 7 cMarks: 1 Steven is writing several use cases and finds that 3 of the use cases he is writing share functionality. Steven notes that the base use case refers to the functionality present in another use case. This type of association between use cases is calledChoose one answer. a. Annotation b. Exclusion c. Inclusion d. Cross-reference Question 8 dMarks: 1 What considerations should the BA take into account when completing requirements planning?Choose one answer.a. The BA needs to consider his own level of expertise in eliciting requirements as well as stakeholder expectations. b. The BA needs to consider stakeholder expectations, level of commitment from the sponsor and level of expertise of the implementation team. c. The BA needs to consider the rough order of magnitude budget, stakeholder expectations and level of project management expertise. d. The BA needs to consider stakeholder expectations, project risk and organizational standards.Question 9 aMarks: 1 After Shilba categorizes the stakeholders into groups such as the executive sponsors, the quality assurance analysts, and the legal representatives, she will be analyzing various presentation formats. The most likely reason she is doing this isChoose one answer. a. To determine a communication planb. To assess the stakeholder’s ability to attend the assigned meetingsc. To determine who the point of contact for each group will bed. To determine if she has the appropriate number of stakeholders for each categoryQuestion 10 aMarks: 1 Maintaining requirements source, rationale, related requirements and where requirements interact with interfaces will help withChoose one answer. a. Requirements traceability b. Identifying root causes of test failures c. Identifying alternate solutions d. Structuring the final requirements documentationFrom: cbap-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cbap-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Zoya RoytblatSent: Wednesday, 20 August 2008 11:20 AM To: cbap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [cbap] Re: sample CBAP exam questions Thanks for that! I found another “sample testing” – 6 questions. www.softedassessments.com – look for Sample Assessment menu option Cheers, Zoya RoytblatFrom: cbap-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cbap-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Elizabeth FullertonSent: 20 August 2008 11:02 AM To: cbap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [cbap] FW: sample CBAP exam questions Here's some useful info from Huai. ______________________________________________ From: Huai-Ling Ch'ng Sent: Wednesday, 20 August 2008 10:35 AM Subject: RE: sample CBAP exam questions All,I came across another source of free questions – there are 10 of them this time though you need to register…. Check out: http://trainingunplugged.mrooms.org/index.phpRemember to shout me a beer when you pass your exams… Rgds, Huai _____________________________________________ From: Huai-Ling Ch'ng Sent: Monday, 11 August 2008 3:56 PM Subject: sample CBAP exam questionsI promised this to Liz/Mike/etc…. When preparing for my exam, I only found the following link (without paying $) to 3 measly questions (see attached). If you haven’t seen it already, hopefully this is of some use. Perhaps some of you may have found more?Rgds, Huai **************** CAUTION - Disclaimer *****************This e-mail contains PRIVILEGED AND CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION intended solely for the use of the addressee(s). If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender by e-mail and delete the original message. Further, you are not to copy, disclose, or distribute this e-mail or its contents to any other person and any such actions are unlawful. This e-mail may contain viruses. Infosys has taken every reasonable precaution to minimize this risk, but is not liable for any damage you may sustain as a result of any virus in this e-mail. You should carry out your own virus checks before opening the e-mail or attachment. 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