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Adaface Public Power BI Questions

Here are some sample Power BI questions from our premium questions library (10273 non-googleable questions).
🧐 Question🔧 Skill💪 Difficulty⌛ Time
DAX - We want to create a DAX formul
Power BIEasy3 min

Adaface Power BI questions are used by enterprises worldwide

amazon
PayPal
Morgan Stanley
Adidas
SG Government
Neilsen
UCLA
Ernst and Young
Microsoft
WeWork
Bosch
Optimum Solutions
SAP
Doubtnut
Deloitte
HCL
FusionCharts
United Nations
Sokrati
Love Bonito
ZiMetrics
MTM

Types of Power BI Questions to expect at Adaface:

The following statements describe the type of Power BI questions one can expect when using Adaface's pre-assessment tool:

  • Practical implication based Power BI questions
  • Real on-the-job scenario-based Power BI problems
  • Evaluations to test analytical thinking while solving problems
  • Progressive difficulty based Power BI problems

What Topics are Adaface Power BI questions based on:

Questions are designed by experts in the Power BI system to test for on-the-job skills. Some of the popular topics the questions will cover are:

  • Components of Power BI
  • Power Query
  • Power View
  • Power BI Desktop
  • Power BI Website
  • Power Pivot
  • Power Map
  • Power Q&A
  • Power BI Mobile Apps
  • Refresh Options
  • Connectivity Modes
  • Views
  • Formats
  • Data sources
  • Dashboard
  • Building Blocks of Power BI
  • Power BI versions
  • DAX
  • GetData
  • Filters
  • Power BI Services
  • Comprehensive Working System
  • Custom Visuals
  • Users

How are Adaface Power BI questions customized?

  • Adaface Power BI questions are customized for different difficulty levels and solving durations
  • Customized to assess Ideal candidate personas for right jobs
  • Tests for specific on-the-job Power BI skills
  • Non-googleable questions to prevent cheating during tests

Do’s and Don’ts of selecting Power BI questions for assessments:

Do’s:

  • Use diversified questions from varied Power BI topics to test the skill range of candidates
  • Utilize questions of different difficulty levels to test candidates
  • Include questions that are related to on-the-job skill requirements
  • Pick questions that are relevant for the experience level you are targeting
  • Make sure the questions can be understood by a non-native English speaker (easy-to-read questions because programmers should spend time solving the question, not understanding it)
  • Ensure that the questions have a granular (non-binary) scoring
  • Use aptly timed assessments that can be fulfilled within 45-60 mins to make the most optimal use of the time utilized

Don’ts:

  • Avoid using trick questions to test the candidates as they are ineffective in testing their on-the-job skills
  • Avoid using lengthy questions as they do not provide an ideal scenario to test the candidates
  • Avoid unnecessary puzzle trends as they are ineffective in assessing the skills required for the job
  • Avoid questions that test very niche concepts that a strong candidate might or might not have come across on-the-job
  • Do not include unnecessarily difficult questions that might or might not test the candidates potential
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