What are the basic Test Management Concepts

What are the basic Test Management Concepts :

Essential  Testing Skills are  
  1. Test Planning, Risk Management, Tool Usage, Test Execution, Defect Management
  2. Test Planning, Tool Usage, Test Execution, Defect Management, Test Measurement
  3. Test Planning, Tool Usage, Test Execution, Defect Management
  4. Test Planning, Tool Usage, Test Execution, Defect Management, Test case Design 

State which one is true. Collection of testing metrics contributes
  1. in the improvement of testing
  2. Affects tester's growth.
  3. Used against a developer
  4. None 
 What is the use of  affinity Diagram ?
  1. A group process that takes large amounts of language data such as a list developed by brainstorming and divides it into categories
  2. or analysis conducted after an application is moved into production to determine whether it is likely to meet the originating business case.
  3.   A test method that requires that each possible branch on each decision point be executed at least once.
  4.    None of the above 
What needs to be done when there is an insufficient time for testing
  1. Do Ad-hoc testing
  2. Do usability testing
  3. Do sanity testing
  4. Do a risk based analysis to prioritize

     3 & 4

Which of the following is LEAST likely to be used during software maintenance?  
    a.       Project management plan.
    b.      Customer support hot line.
    c.       Software problem reports.
    d.      Change control board.

Which of the following reviews are required in order to ensure proper tracking of software between phases of a project?
 a.      Product feasibility
 b.      Software requirements
 c.       Software design
 d.      Acceptance test

What can be done if requirements are changing continuously?  
a.     Work with the project's stakeholders early on to understand how requirements might change so that alternate test plans and strategies can be worked out in advance, if possible.
b.     Negotiate to allow only easily-implemented new requirements into the project, while moving more difficult new requirements into future versions of the application
c.       Both a and b
d.      None of the above


Risk analysis talks about  
a.     The data required for testing, the infrastructure requirements to manage the data as well as the methods for preparing test data, requirements, converters and sources
b.     Details what types of tests must be conducted, what stages of testing are required and outlines the sequence and timing of tests
c.     A testing goal. It is a statement of what the tester is expected to accomplish or validate during a testing activity. These guide the development of test cases and procedures
d.    None of the above

What are the 2 major components taken into consideration with risk analysis?
  1. The probability the negative event will occur
  2. The potential loss or impact associated with the event
  3. Both a and b
  4. Neither a nor b 
Following are some of the testing risks
  a.       Budget, Test environment
  b.      Budget, Number of qualified test resources
  c.       Budget, Number of qualified test resources, Test environment
  d.      None of the above

Test effort estimation uses which of the following techniques
  a.       Function point method
  b.      Test case point method
  c.       Use case point method
  d.      All of the above

Function points are used for estimating
 a.      Size
 b.      Effort
 c.       Cost
 d.      None of the above

Size of a project is defined in terms of all the following except
  a.       Person days
  b.      Person hours
  c.       Calendar months
  d.      None of the above

Evaluating business importance and testing the core business cases in an application is called
   a.       Risk based testing
   b.      High level sanity testing
   c.       Low level sanity testing
   d.      Regression testing


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