Part 2 Foundation

Average rating : Published by julesdiouf on July 10th, 2014

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Question 1
Which of the following are typical test exit criteria?

Thoroughness measures, reliability measures, test cost, schedule, state of defect correction and residual risks.
Thoroughness measures, reliability measures, degree of tester independence and product completeness.
Thoroughness measures, reliability measures, test cost, time to market and product completeness, availability of testable code.
Time to market, residual defects, tester qualification, degree of tester independence, thoroughness measures and test cost.
Question 2

As a Test Manager you have the following requirements to be tested:

R4 > R5 > R1 > R2 > R3 > R7 > R8 > R6 > R9.
R1 > R2 > R3 > R4 > R5 > R7 > R8 > R6 > R9.
R1 > R2 > R4 > R5 > R3 > R7 > R8 > R6 > R9.
R1 > R2 > R3 > R7 > R8 > R4 > R5 > R6 > R9.
Question 3
What is the benefit of independent testing?

More work gets done because testers do not disturb the developers all the time
Independent testers tend to be unbiased and find different defects than the developers.
Independent testers do not need extra education and training.
Independent testers reduce the bottleneck in the incident management process.
Question 4
Which of the following would be categorized as project risks?

Skill and staff shortages.
Poor software characteristics.
Failure-prone software delivered.
Failure-prone software delivered.
Question 5
As a test manager you are asked for a test summary report. Concerning test activities and according to IEEE 829 Standard, what should you consider in your report?

The number of test cases using Black Box techniques
A summary of the major testing activities, events and its status in respect of meeting goals.
Overall evaluation of each development work item.
Training taken by members of the test team to support the test effort.
Question 6

You are a tester in a safety-critical software development project. During execution of a test, you find out that one of your expected results was not achieved. You write an incident report about it. What do you consider to be the most important informati

Impact, incident description, date and time, your name.
Unique id for the report, special requirements needed.
Transmitted items, your name and you’re feeling about the defect source.
Incident description, environment, expected results
Question 7

From the list below, select the recommended principles for introducing a chosen test tool in an organization?

1, 2, 3, 5.
1, 4, 6, 7.
2, 3, 4, 7.
3, 4, 5, 6.
Question 8
Which one of the following best describes a characteristic of a keyworddriven test execution tool?

A table with test input data, action words, and expected results, controls execution of the system under test.
Actions of testers recorded in a script that is rerun several times
Actions of testers recorded in a script that is run with several sets of test input data.
The ability to log test results and compare them against the expected results, stored in a text file.
Question 9
Which of the following is NOT a goal of a Pilot Project for tool evaluation?

To evaluate how the tool fits with existing processes and practices
To determine use, management, storage, and maintenance of the tool and test assets.
To assess whether the benefits will be achieved at reasonable cost
To reduce the defect rate in the Pilot Project.
Question 10
Below is a list of test efficiency improvement goals a software development and test organization would like to achieve. Which of these goals would best be supported by a test management tool?

To build traceability between requirements, tests, and bugs.
To optimize the ability of tests to identify failures.
To resolve defects faster
To automate selection of test cases for execution

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