I rarely ask questions that simply ask you to regurgitate facts.
For example, you would rarely see a question like this: What does a Business Analyst do?
This is because it isn't likely you would be asked this kind of question in the workplace.
Instead, my questions are worded more realistically. For example:
You are the head of the marketing department. Your department wants to build a new marketing tracking system. Who is the person you must find on the system development team to gather the requirements for the new system? Explain what you can expect this person (or team of people) to do. You may have to pay them a lot of money so explain why they are worth it (in other words, what makes their job so challenging?).