Case Studies during job interview is a great technique which allows to find out how the candidate would behave in different situation.
For instance, the following case:
Given a developer implemented a small new feature which adds the ability to show the latest earned badge on sqa.stackexchange.com.
There are no written documentation/requirements for this feature, but you can gain an access to developers environment and ask any questions.
When would you plan to finish testing this enhancement? How are you going to test?
I am looking for examples for such cases. Could the SQA community help with examples?
For instance, some cases may require the answer “I would use a boundary analysts”. Then the candidate should prove he/she understands this technique by defining the boundaries for particular case.
Or the candidate may select another technique and prove he can complete the task (case) with this decision.
During my research, I've found this great answer from Justin on topic
Techniques for test selection, give a large suite of test cases, which I am going to convert to a case study.
Also, I've got some insights from topic: How should you interview for QA positions?