Bank of Ireland Analyst Hiring Process - JobTestPrep
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What You'll Get

  • 42 Abstract and inductive reasoning tests
  • 10 Spatial reasoning practice tests
  • 45 Numerical tests and drills 
  • 31 Verbal reasoning tests
  • 18 Assessment preparation tests
  • Interview preparation
  • 6 Study guides for different subjects
  • 14 Video tutorials


JobTestPrep is renowned for providing preparation packages for pre-employment screening. The components of this package offer material to help you prepare for Bank of Ireland’s hiring process, online aptitude tests, and interviews. Enhance your chances of achieving an analyst position by practising now with JobTestPrep.

Bank of Ireland Analyst Hiring Process

The Bank of Ireland’s hiring process mainly consists of online assessments and a competency-based interview. Read on and learn about how to prepare for the competitive recruitment process.

Bank of Ireland Analyst Assessment Tests

As part of Bank of Ireland recruitment process, you will be invited to complete a verbal and a numerical test to demonstrate your ability to evaluate numerical data and verbal information.

Numerical Test


The numerical reasoning test inspects how you process numerical data. You are asked to examine charts, graphs, and tables and to perform calculations based on the information presented. The calculations you must complete include percentages, ratios, and inflation changes. Some of the questions take on multiple-choice format.

Verbal Test

The verbal reasoning test requires you to show your interpretation skills. You must read passages followed by a question or a statement, after which you will either have to select the right answer(s), or decide if the statement is true, false, or indeterminable based on the text.

Other Tests You May Face

In addition to the numerical and verbal tests, you can be asked to complete further assessment tests: 

  • Spatial Reasoning: These tests evaluate orientation skills in two dimensional and three-dimensional spaces.
  • Abstract Reasoning: These tests ask you to demonstrate your skill to draw assumptions and conclusions based on information provided in the form of symbols or matrices.

Practice Tests for You

Get practice tests that follow the content of Bank of Ireland tests. Our practice packs provide a holistic preparation journey, with full-length tests, explanations, score reports, tutorials, and PDF guides. Start practising today and increase your chances of landing an analyst position. 

Bank of Ireland Analyst Interview Questions

Bank of Ireland employs competency-based interviews.You will be evaluated on your collaboration,problem-solving, and customer service skills in addition to your knowledge about the company and your desired position.For instance, for the Risk Analyst position, you should reflect on your ability to predict new portfolio trends, or to present new lending policies, processes, or models. In another example, a Change Analyst applicant should demonstrate his or her ability to prioritise effectively and to have an understanding of the constantly changing market.

Here are examples of questions you might encounter in your interview:

  • What were your annual goals at your most current employer?
  • Tell me about a difficult experience you had in working.
  • What are three positive things your last boss would say about you?
  • Why did you decide to pursue this career?
  • What was the most stressful situation you have faced?

JobTestPrep's Bank of Ireland preparation pack for managers includes interview materials, in addition to online practice tests.

Frequently Asked Questions by Analyst Candidates

1.For which analyst position is this preparation pack useful?

Bank of Ireland offers various analyst positions, all of which require a high command of interpreting numerical and verbal data. JobTestPrep will help prepare you for any analyst position with our aptitude test and interview practice resources. 

2.What qualifications does an analyst need to have?


Each analyst position entails different qualifications. Generally, to qualify for an analyst position at the Bank of Ireland you need to have GCSEs including A-C in maths and in English. Further requirements can include excel, regulatory or audit experience, ITIL Foundation qualification.


JobTestPrep is not a part of Bank of Ireland and is not related to them in any way. JobTestPrep offers preparation services for psychometric tests.


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