Testing Artifacts In Testing

What are the basic Testing Artifacts Concepts :


Deliverables of test design phase include all the following except
a.       Test data
b.      Test data plan
c.       Test summary report
d.      Test procedure plan

Which of the following is not decided in the test-planning phase?
a.       Schedules and deliverables
b.      Hardware and software
c.       Entry and exit criteria
d.      Types of test cases

Test design mainly emphasizes all the following except
 a.       Data planning
b.      Test procedures planning
c.       Mapping the data and test cases
d.      Data synchronization

As a tester, what is your main objective in reviewing a requirement document?
 a.     To ascertain that each requirement is traceable to a business need
b.      To ascertain that each requirement is both testable and uniquely identifiable
c.       To ascertain that each requirement is traceable to a business need, testable, and uniquely identifiable
d.      To ascertain that each requirement is uniquely identifiable

Test cases need to be written for
  1. invalid and unexpected conditions
  2. valid and expected conditions
  3. both a and b
  4. none of these
Path coverage includes
  1. statement coverage
  2. condition coverage
  3. decision coverage
  4. none of these
Characteristic of a good test
  1. reasonable probability of catching an error and can be redundant
  2. It is not simple or too complex
  3. reasonable probability of catching an error and cannot be redundant
  4. It is either simple or too complex
 Find the Equivalence class for the following test case Enter a number to test the validity of being accepting the numbers between 1 and 99
  1. All numbers < 1
  2. All numbers > 99
  3. Number = 0
  4. All numbers between 1 and 99
Find the invalid equivalence class for the following test case 
Draw a line up to  the length of 4 inches

  1. Line with 1 dot-width
  2. Curve
  3. line with 4 inches
  4. none of the above
Sources of regression test cases are
  1. boundary tests and other preplanned tests.
  2. Tests that reveal bugs in the program
  3. Customer reported bugs
  4. All of the above
Testing Process comprised of
  1. Test Plan and Test Cases
  2. Test log and Test Status
  3. Defect Tracking
  4. All of the above
Test Plan
  1. Road map for testing
  2. Tells about the actual results and expected results
  3. Both a and b
  4. None of the above
Test Procedure
  1. collection of test plans
  2. combination of test plan and test cases
  3. collection of test cases
  4. none of the above
Coverage based analysis is best described as:
a.      A metric used to show the logic covered during a test session providing insight to the extent of testing.
b.      A tool for documenting the unique combinations of conditions and associated results in order to derive unique test cases for validation testing.
c.       Tools for documenting defects as they are found during testing and for tracking their status through to resolution.
d.      The most traditional means for analyzing a system or a program

Suggest an alternative for requirement traceability matrix
a.      Test Coverage matrix
b.      Average defect aging
c.       Test Effectiveness
d.      Error discovery rate

A test plan defines
a.       What is selected for testing
b.      Objectives and results
c.       Expected results
d.      Targets and misses

Test planning should begin
a.      At the same time that requirement definitions begins
b.      When building starts
c.       When code build is complete
d.      After shipping the first version

The following defines the statement of what the tester is expected to accomplish or validate during testing activity
a.      Test scope
b.      Test objective
c.       Test environment
d.      None of the above


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