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    • October 2006 Aberdeen Global IT Team ISTQB CTFL Study Session Section 5
    • Overview
      • Introductions
      • Review of Section 5 Practice Quiz
      • Open Forum
    • Introductions
      • Name
      • Tenure With Firm
      • Primary Job Function(s)
      • Testing Tools Used
    • 1. Select one that is not strength of a third-party testing organization
        • a. Expertise in test project management
        • b. Run tests quickly
        • c. Expert consulting and training services
        • d. None of the above
        • d. None of the above
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 10, p.382-83.
        • Syllabus Section 5.1.1
    • 2. Testers should have access to the following in a test lab
        • a. Bug testing database
        • b. Test tracking spreadsheet
        • c. System configuration tracking database
        • d. a, b, & c
        • d. a, b, & c
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 10, p.268.
        • Syllabus Section 5.1.2
    • 3. Choose an incorrect statement:
        • Testers at the component and integration level should be developers
        • Testers for risk-management should be test analysts
        • Testers at the acceptance test level should be business experts and users
        • Testers for operational acceptance testing should be operators
        • b. Testers for risk-management should be test analysts
        • Syllabus Section 5.1.2
    • 4. Exit Criterion determines:
        • When testing needs to continue
        • When system is ready for delivery
        • When testing has been completed
        • All of the above
        • c. When testing has been completed
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 2, p.54.
        • Syllabus Section 5.2.3
    • 5. The testing effort may not depend on the following factor:
        • Characteristics of reported bugs
        • Characteristics of the product
        • Characteristics of the development process
        • The outcome of testing
        • a. Characteristics of reported bugs
        • Syllabus Section 5.2.4
    • 6. Risks allow us to decide where to (pick 2)
        • a. Design, code, and conduct testing
        • b. Focus in the test plan
        • c. Start testing and where to test more
        • d. Testing is used to reduce the risk of an adverse effect occurring, or to reduce
        • the impact of an adverse effect
        • e. a & b
        • c. Start testing and where to test more and
        • d. Testing is used to reduce the risk of an adverse effect occurring, or to reduce the impact of an adverse effect
        • Syllabus Section 5.5.2
    • 7. When testers report to their test managers about their testing effort, the focus should be on ____________.
        • a. Boundary conditions, state machines, and load generators
        • b. Risk management and impact of serious test escapes on the reputation and
        • revenues of the company
        • c. a & b
        • d. None of the above
        • b. Risk management and impact of serious test escapes on the reputation and revenues of the company
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 9, p.342-43
        • Syllabus Section 5.5.1
    • 8. Enforcement of source and version control standards is often delegated to Quality Assurance groups.
        • a. True
        • b. False
        • a. True
        • Testing Computer Software. Chapter 1, p.63
        • Syllabus Section 5.4
    • 9. Select one that should not be part of selection of a test approach:
        • Risk of failure of project
        • Skills and experience of the people
        • The objective of testing endeavor and mission of the testing team
        • Regulatory aspects and nature of product/business
        • None of the above
        • e. None of the above
        • All are valid for the selection of a test approach.
        • Syllabus Section 5.2.5.
    • 10. Instead of buying repeated tasking from independent test agency, a test manager should ask for test plan, test cases, and suggestion for further work:
        • True
        • False
        • a. True
        • Testing Computer Software, chapter 15 , p.351
        • Syllabus Section 5.1.1
    • 11. The role of test leader cannot be performed by:
        • Project manager
        • Configuration manager
        • Development manager
        • QA manager
        • Manager of test group
        • b. Configuration manager
        • Syllabus Section 5.1.2
    • 12. Automated tests should consider:
        • Time cost to create automated tests
        • Test delay due to creation of automated tests
        • Risks of missed bugs
        • Partial automation
        • All of the above
        • e. All of the above
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 11, p.196
        • Syllabus Section 5.1.2
    • 13. Choose one statement that is incorrect. Performance testing:
        • Can be tested using glass box or black box techniques
        • Objective is performance enhancement
        • Can be used to provide numerical estimate of required quality for gauging purposes
        • Can reflect bugs, especially when a part of the program used to run quickly is now slow
        • c. Can be used to provide numerical estimate of required quality for gauging purposes
        • Testing Computer Software, chapter 3, p.49
        • Syllabus Section 5.2.2 and 5.2.3
    • 14. Which of these criterions are essential for beginning and completing various test phases?
        • Entry criterion spells out what must happen to allow a system to move into a particular phase
        • Continuation criteria define those conditions and situations that must prevail in the testing process to allow testing to continue effectively and efficiently
        • Exit criteria addresses the issue of how to determine when testing has been completed
        • All of the above
        • d. All of the above.
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 3, p.53-54
        • Syllabus Section 5.2.2 and 5.2.3
    • 15. Metrics should be collected during and at the end of a test level in order to assess:
        • The adequacy of the test objectives for that level
        • The adequacy of the test approach
        • The effectiveness of the testing with respect to its objectives
        • All of the above
        • d. All of the above
        • Syllabus Section 5.3.2
    • 16. The costs involved in testing and quality assurance is ___________ than the costs associated with external failures.
        • More
        • Less
        • Same
        • Unimaginable
        • b. Less
        • Managing the Testing Process, chapter 11, p.404
        • Syllabus Section 5.3.1
    • 17. The point of writing problem reports is to get bugs ________
        • Analyzed
        • Reported
        • Fixed
        • Documented
        • c. Fixed
        • Testing Computer Software, chapter 7, p.65
        • Syllabus Section 5.3.2
    • 18. Problem summary reports distributed to management should list:
        • Report number, severity
        • Report number, severity, summary
        • Report number, severity, summary, suggested fix
        • Report number, severity, summary, categorization
        • d. Report number, severity, summary, categorization
        • Testing Computer Software, chapter 5, p.69
        • Syllabus Section 5.6
    • 19. It is important to analyze complicated problem reports. The objectives of the analysis should not be to:
        • Find target customers who will be most affected
        • Find the most serious consequences of the problem
        • Find the simplest, shortest, and most general conditions that will trigger the bug
        • Find related problems
        • a. Find target customers who will be most affected
      • Testing Computer Software, chapter 5, p.77
        • Syllabus Section 5.6
    • 20. Dynamic and __________ approaches, such as exploratory testing were testing is more reactive to events than pre-planned, and where execution and evaluation are concurrent tasks.
        • Consultative
        • Regression-averse
        • Analytical
        • Heuristic
        • d. Heuristic
      • Syllabus Section 5.6
    • Open Forum