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Written exercise 

I Have recently be called for an interview for the position Business Analyst for Web development at a Bank

The recruiter told me that I will have one hour for a written exercise that I should discuss later with a panel.

I would like to know what kind of exercise could it be. I assume is a business case.

Can you help me to figure this out?

Many thanks

 
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