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CSTE Exam Preparation Descriptive Questions-Q 41 to 50

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CSTE Exam Preparation Descriptive Questions-Q 41 to 50

Mastering these questions will certainly pave a way to your success in the exam as well as in your career.

Q. 41: Define risk as it applies to testing.

Risk analysis will identify high-risk applications in order to at them to more extensive testing and it can help focus testing on the critical components and/or quality dimensions that are most important to the project.

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Q. 42: Give three examples of testing risks.

1) Lack of trained testers;

2) Inadequate

change control; and

3) Compressed timeframes.

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Q. 43: When is risk assessment conducted?

At the earliest possible stage of a development project and then it should be conducted at critical points along the development life cycle.

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Q. 44: List four structural test approaches.

1) Operations testing

2) Stress testing

3) Recovery testing

4) Security testing

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Q. 45: Give four functional test approaches.

1) Requirements

2) Regression

3) Parallel

4) Error-handling

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Q. 46: Describe the use of a traceability tool.

A traceability tool follows the paths taken by a computer program as it processes data.

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Q. 47: Discuss why change control is / is not important to a test environment.

Change control is critical. Testing in an unstable or changing environment does not allow the tester to control the test.

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Q. 48: Give two examples of well-defined user acceptance criteria.

1) Response time must be less than 5 seconds.

2) At least 20 concurrent users must be allowed into the system.

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Q. 49: What is the difference between a test objective and a test case?

1) Test objective is the overall test criteria that must be met.

2) Test cases include test specifics, procedures, inputs, and expected results.

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Q. 50: Should assumptions be included in a test plan? Why or why not?

Yes, otherwise many test issues fall through the cracks.

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