Welcome to the BCS Foundation in Business Analysis quiz!

By taking this quiz you are about to check your knowledge in business analysis. This quiz is based on the BCS Foundation in Business Analysis Sample Paper v 1.4, which is available at the bcs.org website. If you pass this sample test, there is a great chance you will pass the real test. In real life you will get 40 questions and 60 minutes to answer them. In this quiz you will get 30 minutes to answer 20 questions.

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1. What does the large rectangular box separating use cases from actors represent on a use case diagram?
2. Requirements Engineering states that it is essential that business representatives agree that the requirements are accurate and complete. What is this process of agreement called?
3. In which of the following lists are all three discovery techniques that can be applied during a workshop?
4. Which one of the following types of stakeholders will support passively the project?
5. Which of the following describes a business perspective?
6. Which of the following elements of a SWOT analysis will be identified by an analysis of the internal environment of an organisation?
7. A business case for a new system has to consider the effect of a proposal on interdepartmental relations. In which section of the business case would this effect be considered?
8. What term is used to describe an investigation technique which brings together a wide range of different stakeholders and an independent facilitator?
9. Which of the following is an element of requirements management?
10. Which of the following would be an appropriate name for a class that holds invoice details?
11. Which of the following would trigger a process to take place?
12. A team of business analysts are following the business analysis process model. They have recently completed the stage during which they identified the improvements and recommended a solution direction. Which of the following represents the next stage of their work?
13. What is the objective of benefits realisation?
14. Which of the following is an example of a functional requirement?
15. Constraints and operational guidance are types of which of the following?
16. Consider the following statements:

a. Prototypes can be constructed using post-it notes.

b. Prototypes can be developed in workshops.

c. Prototypes have a heading, classification and data section.

d. Prototyping is another term for protocol analysis.

Which of the following is correct?
17. Which of the following is an example of explicit individual knowledge?
18. Which of the following is a technique used to represent what an organisation needs to be able to do in order to deliver value to customers?
19. An organisation is moving its headquarters. Managers recognise that this will lead to disruption and a short-term loss in productivity. How would this effect be categorised in a cost-benefit analysis?
20. In which of the following circumstances is competitive rivalry between firms likely to be high?

Thank you for completing this sample quiz based on the BCS Foundation in Business Analysis exam.

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