Q. We split testing into distinct stages primarily because:
- Each test stage has a different purpose.
- It is easier to manage testing in stages.
- We can run different tests in different environments.
- The more stages we have, the better the testing.
Q. Which of the following is likely to benefit most from the use of test tools providing test capture and replay facilities?
- Regression testing
- Integration testing
- System testing
- User acceptance testing
Q.Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
- A minimal test set that achieves 100% LCSAJ coverage will also achieve 100% branch coverage.
- A minimal test set that achieves 100% path coverage will also achieve 100% statement coverage.
- A minimal test set that achieves 100% path coverage will generally detect more faults than one that achieves 100% statement coverage.
- A minimal test set that achieves 100% statement coverage will generally detect more faults than one that achieves 100% branch coverage
Q. Error guessing:
- supplements formal test design techniques.
- can only be used in component, integration and system testing.
- is only performed in user acceptance testing
- is not repeatable and should not be used.
Q. Which of the following is NOT true of test coverage criteria?
- Test coverage criteria can be measured in terms of items exercised by a test suite.
- A measure of test coverage criteria is the percentage of user requirements covered
- A measure of test coverage criteria is the percentage of faults found
- Test coverage criteria are often used when specifying test completion criteria
Q. In prioritizing what to test the most important objective is to:
- find as many faults as possible
- test high-risk areas.
- obtain good test coverage.
- test whatever is easiest to test.
Q. Which one of the following statements about system testing is NOT true?
- System tests are often performed by independent teams.
- Functional testing is used more than structural testing.
- Faults found during system tests can be very expensive to fix.
- End-users should be involved in system tests.
Q. Which of the following is false?
- Incidents should always be fixed.
- An incident occurs when expected and actual results differ.
- Incidents can be analyzed to assist in test process improvement.
- An incident can be raised against documentation.
Q. Enough testing has been performed when:
- time runs out.
- the required level of confidence has been achieved.
- no more faults are found.
- the users won’t find any serious faults.
Q. Which of the following is NOT true of incidents?
- Incident resolution is the responsibility of the author of the software under test.
- Incidents may be raised against user requirements.
- Incidents require investigation and/or correction.
- Incidents are raised when expected and actual results differ
Q. Which of the following is not described in a unit test standard?
- syntax testing
- equivalence partitioning
- stress testing
- decision coverage
Q. Which of the following is false?
- In a system, two different failures may have different severities.
- A system is necessarily more reliable after debugging for the removal of a fault.
- A fault need not affect the reliability of a system.
- Undetected errors may lead to faults and eventually to incorrect behavior.
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