Please enter your email: 1. According to the ISTQB Glossary, what do we mean when we call someone a test manager? A test manager gets paid more than a test leader A test manager reports to a test leader A test manager manages a collection of test leaders A test manager is the leader of a test team or teams 2. Which of the following is a goal for a proof-of-concept or pilot phase for tool evaluation? Decide on the main objectives and requirements for this type of tool Decide on standard ways of using, managing, storing and maintaining the tool and the test assets Evaluate the tool vendor including training, support and commercial aspects Decide which tool to acquire 3. According to the ISTQB Glossary, what is a test level? One or more test design specification documents A test type An ISTQB certification A group of test activities that are organized together 4. When choosing which technique to use in a given situation, which factors should be taken into account?U previous experience of types of defects found in this or similar systems V the existing knowledge of the testers W regulatory standards that apply X the type of test execution tool that will be used Y the documentation available Z previous experience in the development language V,W,YandZ U, V, W and Y V,W and Y U,XandY 5. During test execution, the test manager describes the following situation to the project team:“90% of the test cases have been run. 20% of the test cases have identified defects. 127 defects have been found. 112 defects have been fixed and have passed confirmation testing. Of the remaining 15 defects, project management has decided that they do not need to be fixed prior to release.”Which of the following is the most reasonable interpretation of this test status report? The programmers should focus their attention on fixing the remaining known defects prior to release The remaining 10% of test cases should be run prior to release The remaining 15 defects should be confirmation tested prior to release The system is now ready for release with no further testing or development effort 6. You are working as a tester on a project to develop a point-of-sales system for grocery stores and other similar retail outlets.Which of the following is a product risk for such a project? The arrival of a more-reliable competing product on the market Failure to accept allowed credit cards Delivery of an incomplete test release to the first cycle of system test An excessively high number of defect fixes fail during re-testing 7. You are writing a test plan using the IEEE 829 template and are currently completing the Risks and Contingencies section.Which of the following is most likely to be listed as a project risk? Data corruption under network congestion Failure to handle a key use case Unexpected illness of a key team member Excessively slow transaction-processing time 8. In a test summary report, the project’s test leader makes the following statement, “The payment processing subsystem fails to accept payments from American Express cardholders, which is considered a must-work feature for this release.”This statement is likely to be found in which of the following sections? Incident description Evaluation Variances Summary of activities 9. Which test activities are supported by test harness or unit test framework tools? Test specification and design Performance and monitoring Test execution and logging Test management and control 10. According to the ISTQB Glossary, a product risk is related to which of the following? The test object A potential negative outcome Control of the test project A single test item 11. Consider the following list of either product or project risks:I. An incorrect calculation of fees might short-change the organization.II. A vendor might fail to deliver a system component on time.III. A defect might allow hackers to gain administrative privileges.IV. A skills gap might occur in a new technology used in the system.V. A defect-prioritization process might overload the development team.Which of the following statements is true? I is primarily a product risk and II, III, IV and V are primarily project risks. Ill and V are primarily product risks, while I, II and IV are primarily project risks. II and V are primarily product risks and I, III and V are primarily project risks. I and III are primarily product risks, while II, IV and V are primarily project risks. 12. Which of the following could be used to assess the coverage achieved for structure-based (white-box) test techniques?V Decision outcomes exercisedW Partitions exercisedX Boundaries exercisedY Conditions or multiple conditions exercisedZ Statements exercised W, X or Y V, W or Y W, X or Z V, Y or Z 13. Which of the following factors is an influence on the test effort involved in most projects? The quality of the information used to develop the tests The departure of the test manager during the project Geographical separation of tester and programmers Unexpected long-term illness by a member of the project team 14. What are the potential benefits from using tools in general to support testing? Greater repeatability of tests, reduction in repetitive work, objective assessment Greater responsiveness of users, reduction of tests run, objectives not necessary Greater quality of code, reduction in the number of testers needed, better objectives for testing Greater quality of code, reduction in paperwork, fewer objections to the tests 15. Which of the following would NOT be done as part of selecting a tool for an organization? Evaluate the tool features against clear requirements and objective criteria Roll out the tool to as many users as possible within the organization Assess organizational maturity, strengths and weaknesses Identify internal requirements for coaching and mentoring in the use of the tool 16. A product risk analysis meeting is held during the project planning period. Which of the following determines the level of risk? The price for which the software is sold Difficulty of fixing related problems in code The harm that might result to the user The technical staff in the meeting 17. Requirement 24.3:A ‘Postage Assistant’ will calculate the amount of postage due for letters and small packages up to 1 kilogram in weight.The inputs are: the type of item (letter, book or other package) and the weight in grams.Which of the following conform to the required contents of a test case? Test the three types of item to post and three different weights [Req 24.3] Test 1: letter, 10 grams, postage €0.25. Test 2: book, 500 grams, postage €1.00. Test 3: package, 999 gram, postage €2.53 [Req 24.3] Test 1: letter 10 grams, Belgium, postage €0.25. Test 2: package 999 grams to South Africa, postage €2.53 Test 1: letter, 10 grams to Belgium. Test 2: book 500 grams to USA. Test 3: package, 999 grams to South Africa [Req 24.3] 18. Consider the following statements about regression tests:I. They may usefully be automated if they are well designed.II. They are the same as confirmation tests (re-tests).III. They are a way to reduce the risk of a change having an adverse affect elsewhere in the system.IV. They are only effective if automated.Which pair of statements is true? II and III I and III II and IV I and II 19. According to the ISTQB Glossary, what do we call a document that describes any event that occurred during testing which requires further investigation? A test summary report A defect report An incident report A bug report 20. A product risk analysis is performed during the planning stage of the test process.During the execution stage of the test process, the test manager directs the testers to classify each defect report by the known product risk it relates to (or to ‘other’). Once a week, the test manager runs a report that shows the percentage of defects related to each known product risk and to unknown risks.What is one possible use of such a report? To check risk coverage by tests To measure exploratory testing To locate defect clusters in product subsystems To identify new risks to system quality 21. Which of the following is among the typical tasks of a test leader? Gather and report test progress metrics Develop system requirements, design specifications and usage models Handle all test automation duties Keep tests and test coverage hidden from programmers 22. What is a potential risk in using tools to support testing? The tool may find defects that aren’t there The tool will repeat exactly the same thing it did the previous time Unrealistic expectations, expecting the tool to do too much Insufficient reliance on the tool, i.e. still doing manual testing when a test execution tool has been purchased 23. Why is independent testing important? Independent testing is more effective at finding defects Independent testing is usually cheaper than testing your own work Independent testers are dispassionate about whether the project succeeds or fails Independent testers should determine the processes and methodologies used 24. Which of the following are benefits and which are risks of using tools to support testing?1. Over-reliance on the tool2. Greater consistency and repeatability3. Objective assessment4. Unrealistic expectations5. Underestimating the effort required to maintain the test assets generated by the tool6. Ease of access to information about tests or testing7. Repetitive work is reduced Benefits: 3, 4, 6 and 7. Risks: 1, 2 and 5 Benefits: 2, 3, 6 and 7. Risks: 1, 4 and 5 Benefits: 2, 3, 5 and 6. Risks: 1, 4 and 7 Benefits: 1, 2, 3 and 7, Risks: 4, 5 and 6 25. Consider the following types of tools:V. Test management toolsW. Static analysis toolsX. Modelling toolsY. Dynamic analysis toolsZ. Performance testing toolsWhich of the following of these tools is most likely to be used by developers? X, Y and Z V, Y and Z W, X and Y V, W and Z Loading …Question 1 of 25 Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.