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Analytical Skills

Get the job you interview for -- without ‘interview jitters’, embarrassment, or being stumped by trick interview questions.  Matt & Nan DeLuca and the job-interview.net experts will prepare you for your interview with the Complete Interview Guide.

  • Answers to more than 50 of the Toughest Interview Situations - follow-up calls & letters, illegal questions
  • Control your nerves and give natural, unrehearsed answers
  • Questions to ask the interviewers
  • Review hundreds of skills and abilities questions and answer tips
  • Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions


  1. Are you analytical? Give us one example of your analytical abilities.
  2. Tell us about your analytical skills.
  3. Tell us about a particularly difficult problem that you analyzed and what was your recommendation.
  4. What steps do you take when analyzing complex problems?
  5. How would you rate your analytical ability?  Why?
  6. How would your manager rate your analytical ability?
  7. Tell us about a situation where the analysis that you performed was incorrect.  What would you have done differently?

For more interview questions and answer tips, order the Complete Interview Guide.


A detailed analysis of a tough interview question from Matt & Nan DeLuca, authors of the best selling "Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions"

Tell us about your analytical skills.

This should be easy if you have done a realistic skill inventory for yourself, listing what skills you do have and how you can offer proof of this skill (where you learned it, last used it).  Working off your inventory, focus on various analytical skills and match them to the skills you feel are most important for the job you are considering.  You can now give specific examples of skills you can offer. (Do not neglect skills obtained in extracurricular activities, such as volunteer work.)



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