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IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional Exam

Exam Name: Certified Business Analysis Professional
Exam Code: Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP?
Related Certification(s): IIBA Core Business Analysis Certifications Certification
Certification Provider: IIBA
Actual Exam Duration: 210 Minutes
Number of Certified Business Analysis Professional practice questions in our database: 498 (updated: May. 04, 2024)
Expected Certified Business Analysis Professional Exam Topics, as suggested by IIBA :
  • Topic 1: Business analysis planning and monitoring/ Solution evaluation
  • Topic 2: Elicitation and collaboration/ Strategy analysis
  • Topic 3: Requirements life cycle management
  • Topic 4: Requirements analysis and design definition
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Free IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional Exam Actual Questions

Note: Premium Questions for Certified Business Analysis Professional were last updated On May. 04, 2024 (see below)

Question #1

Before investing further in the project, a customer and the stakeholder of the project wants to be able to visualize the final product. Which elicitation technique should the business analyst (BA) select?

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Correct Answer: B

Question #2

A large insurance company wants to buy a new claims processing system or upgrade one of its two existing system. Each year the claims department is given a $3.5 million budget to spend. Time is of the essence since there are tome regulatory charges that will be coming the following year that will require several features that currently neither one of the two claims System currently support.

There are eight stakeholders involved in this initiative. There are local to where the claim system are managed, while five are located across the country. The business analyst (BA) struggled to get all stakeholders to agree on the desired features but ultimately got agreement on ten identified key features for the new claims system. The BA was able to build a current state and future state process model which included all ten key features.

System a processes 75% of the company's claims. It is 5 years old and the claim processors love it because it is easy to use. However it must go offline for two hours each day. The code is very module so it does have flexibility to be modified. To upgrade system A to have all ten features it would cost $5 million. System A would be at capacity if it were to process all of the company's claims.

System B process 25% of the company's claims. It is an older mainframe system, but rarely goes offline. It could easily handle double the number of claims that system A processes. However it has a lot of legacy code and would cost $6 million to upgrade.

Both system have some of the tem desired key features. But neither system has all ten. The cost to buy a new system would be $7 million.

Below is the estimated cost for each feature in priority order.

During elicitation the BA must understand the non-functional requirements. What non functional requirement does System B support over System A?

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Correct Answer: C

Question #3

A large insurance company wants to buy a new claims processing system or upgrade one of its two existing system. Each year the claims department is given a $3.5 million budget to spend. Time is of the essence since there are tome regulatory charges that will be coming the following year that will require several features that currently neither one of the two claims System currently support.

There are eight stakeholders onvolved in this initiative. There are local to where the claim system are managed, while five are located across the country. The business analyst (BA) struggled to get all stakeholders to agree on the desired features but ultimately got agreement on ten identified key features for the new claims system. The BA was able to build a current state and future state process model which included all ten key features.

System a processes 75% of the company's claims. It is 5 years old and the claim processors love it because it is easy to use. However it must go offline for two hours each day. The code is very module so it does have flexibility to be modified. To upgrade system A to have all ten features it would cost $5 million. System A would be at capacity if it were to process all of the company's claims.

System B process 25% of the company's claims. It is an older mainframe system, but rarely goes offline. It could easily handle double the number of claims that system A processes. However it has a lot of legacy code and would cost $6 million to upgrade.

Both system have some of the tem desired key features. But neither system has all ten. The cost to buy a new system would be $7 million.

Below is the estimated cost for each feature in priority order.

If the budget for the initiative was firm, what is a feasible solution to make sure the project stays within budget?

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Correct Answer: B

Question #4

An insurance company wants to implement a business intelligence solution to consolidate data from various different internal system to provide a better understanding of their customer base.

A business analysis (BA) is engaged to put together a tender (bid) to be sent to various business intelligence providers and implemention partners. Among other information the business analysis request the following:

* Licensing costs for year 0 based on needing 1 Central processing Unit (CPU) license

* Licensing costs for specific user types such as Report Creators Online Analytical Process (OLAO) user and Power users

* Predicted licensing costs for renewing in Years 1 and 2

* Full implementation costs

After reviewing the received vendor responses the project team shortlists the candidates to 3 and the BA structures the received information as follows:

The Insurance company has a maximum bucket of $310,000 for the entire to implementation and operation over the first three years. Which vendor or vendors meet that criteria?

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Correct Answer: C

Question #5

When determining the success criteria for an initiative a business analyst (BA) engages end users in order to understand what they would define is an effective solution. What two types of data will the end men need to perform the evaluation?

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Correct Answer: C


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