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Question No.41

The project situation after 11 months is:

The first increment was released one week late but contained sufficient functionality to be declared fit for purpose#39;. However, there were 20 outstanding incidents deferred to increment two.

The amount of voluntary overtime worked PV the test team has reduced the second Increment slippage to just 3 weeks.

There is talk of reducing the scope of requirements. The purpose of this is to first deliver the application with support for manual testing and then to provide a delivery * weeks later to resolve any remaining points and provide support for automated testing (i.e. the link to the capture-replay tool).

Concerns have been expressed by a section of the user community, that in some places the usability is very poor.

Which of the following is a project risk mitigation step you might take as test manager?

  1. Testing for performance problems

  2. Hiring a contractor after a test analyst leaves the company

  3. Arranging a back-up test environment in case the existing one fails during testing

  4. Performing a project retrospective meeting using the test results after each increment

Correct Answer: C

Question No.42

You have recently been employed as a test manager for a software house producing Human Resource (HR) systems, namely Payroll, Personnel and Recruitment systems. The company is relatively new and wants to make a major impact in the market by producing a worldwide enterprise HR product. You have been asked to write a testing strategy for the company. Which statement best explains how risk can be addressed within the testing strategy?

  1. A test strategy should address identified generic product risks and present a process for mitigating those risks in line with the testing policy.

  2. A test strategy identifies the specific product for a project risk and defines the approach for the test project.

  3. A test strategy is derived from the test policy and describes the way risk assessments are performed in projects.

  4. A test strategy is the result of a project risk analysis and defines the approach and resources for testing.

Correct Answer: A

Question No.43

You have recently been employed as a test manager for a software house producing Human Resource (HR) systems, namely Payroll, Personnel and Recruitment systems. The company is relatively new and wants to make a major impact in the market by producing a worldwide enterprise HR product. In addition to risk, identify TWO other components of a testing strategy.

  1. The entry and exit criteria for each test phase

  2. Test training needs for the project resources

  3. The test design techniques to be used

  4. Test performance indicators

  5. The test schedule

Correct Answer: AC

Question No.44

You have recently been employed as a test manager for a software house producing Human Resource (HR) systems, namely Payroll, Personnel and Recruitment systems. The company is relatively new and wants to make a major impact in the market by producing a worldwide enterprise HR product. Part of the testing strategy indicates that you are going to be using systematic test design techniques. Your manager has asked that you present the main advantages of using these techniques at the next board meeting. Identify THREE main benefits of using systematic test design techniques within this company.

  1. Easier to quickly adapt testing to changing requirements compared to experienced-based testing

  2. Targets certain types of faults

  3. Will guide experienced testers to find defects

  4. Provides a way to differentiate depth of testing based on product risks by using different techniques

  5. More enhanced documentation and therefore higher repeatability and reproducibility

  6. Will make non-systematic testing redundant

  7. Will reduce the need for early reviews

Correct Answer: BDE

Question No.45

For the first increment of the new enterprise HR product you have performed a product risk analysis using the FMEA method. Five risk items have been identified and the likelihood and impact have been scored using scoring tables. This has resulted in the following scores:

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What is the Risk Priority Number for risk item number 2?

A.

16

B.

2

C.

1

D.

63

Correct Answer: D

Question No.46

For the first increment of the new enterprise HR product you have performed a product risk analysis using the FMEA method. Five risk items have been identified and the likelihood and impact have been scored using scoring tables. This has resulted in the following scores:

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What would be a test approach regarding the test design techniques to be applied that would fit an item with the highest risk?

  1. Component testing: decision testing; System testing: exploratory testing

  2. Component testing: decision testing; System testing: decision table testing

  3. Component testing: statement testing; System testing: equivalence partitioning

  4. Component testing: statement testing; System testing: decision table partitioning

Correct Answer: B

Question No.47

XYZ is a Swedish company and the company language is local and all system development documentation is done in the local language.

As a test manager you are currently leading an independent test team of 4 people to system test the payroll functionality. The 4 members of staff of described below:

John is one of the senior testers. He has been working for the company the longest and has a good network of contacts. He is confident and tries to bring other team members together to promote team discussions. He is sometimes considered to be manipulative and is often seen to delegate personal work.

Sue is a senior tester. She always seems to be busy and often seems to have too much work to do. However, she gets her work done, regardless of what it takes. She is often inclined to worry unduly and sometimes considered to be argumentative and blunt. She is conscientious and searches out errors and omissions. She always delivers on time.

Steve is a tester. He is serious minded and often looks ahead. When he is given problems to solve he often looks at all options before deciding. He needs to be a little bit more diplomatic though in his approach to other people because his attitude often has a negative affect when trying to inspire others. He is good person discuss ideas with. Steve used to work as a business analyst on the payroll department.

Vicki is a test analyst. She is the newest member of the team and has been employed for her automation skills. Vicki is shown to be dedicated to automation, having spent the past 5 years developing the necessary skills in automation tools. Her view on testing seems too limited; she believes automation is the only way forward.

Both John and Sue are highly experienced at finding defects based on their experience with the system and domain knowledge.

Which of the following is a benefit of independent testing?

  1. Code cannot be released into production until independent testing is complete.

  2. Testing is isolated from development.

  3. Independent testers find different defects and are unbiased.

  4. Developers do not have to take as much responsibility for quality.

Correct Answer: C

Question No.48

XYZ is a Swedish company and the company language is local and all system development documentation is done in the local language.

As a test manager you are currently leading an independent test team of 4 people to system test the payroll functionality. The 4 members of staff of described below:

John is one of the senior testers. He has been working for the company the longest and has a good network of contacts. He is confident and tries to bring other team members together to promote team discussions. He is sometimes considered to be manipulative and is often seen to delegate personal work.

Sue is a senior tester. She always seems to be busy and often seems to have too much work to do. However, she gets her work done, regardless of what it takes. She is often inclined to worry unduly and sometimes considered to be argumentative and blunt. She is conscientious and searches out errors and omissions. She always delivers on time.

Steve is a tester. He is serious minded and often looks ahead. When he is given problems to solve he often looks at all options before deciding. He needs to be a little bit more diplomatic though in his approach to other people because his attitude often has a negative affect when trying to inspire others. He is good person discuss ideas with. Steve used to work as a business analyst on the payroll department.

Vicki is a test analyst. She is the newest member of the team and has been employed for her automation skills. Vicki is shown to be dedicated to automation, having spent the past 5 years developing the necessary skills in automation tools. Her view on testing seems too limited; she believes automation is the only way forward.

Both John and Sue are highly experienced at finding defects based on their experience with the system and domain knowledge.

A number of options have been suggested for the level of independence to be employed for the testing on the next project, and are shown below.

  1. External test specialists perform non-functional testing.

  2. Testing is outsourced.

  3. Testing is carried out by the developer.

  4. A separate test team carries out the testing.

  5. Testing is performed by the business.

  6. Testing is performed by a different developer.

Which of the following orders the above in a correct order of independence?

  1. i, ii, iv, vi

  2. ii, i, v, vi

  3. ii, v, i, iii

  4. i, iv, v, vi

Correct Answer: B

Question No.49

XYZ is a Swedish company and the company language is local and all system development documentation is done in the local language.

As a test manager you are currently leading an independent test team of 4 people to system test the payroll functionality. The 4 members of staff of described below:

John is one of the senior testers. He has been working for the company the longest and has a good network of contacts. He is confident and tries to bring other team members together to promote team discussions. He is sometimes considered to be manipulative and is often seen to delegate personal work.

Sue is a senior tester. She always seems to be busy and often seems to have too much work to do. However, she gets her work done, regardless of what it takes. She is often inclined to worry unduly and sometimes considered to be argumentative and blunt. She is conscientious and searches out errors and omissions. She always delivers on time.

Steve is a tester. He is serious minded and often looks ahead. When he is given problems to solve he often looks at all options before deciding. He needs to be a little bit more diplomatic though in his approach to other people because his attitude often has a negative affect when trying to inspire others. He is good person discuss ideas with. Steve used to work as a business analyst on the payroll department.

Vicki is a test analyst. She is the newest member of the team and has been employed for her automation skills. Vicki is shown to be dedicated to automation, having spent the past 5 years developing the necessary skills in automation tools. Her view on testing seems too limited; she believes automation is the only way forward.

Both John and Sue are highly experienced at finding defects based on their experience with the system and domain knowledge.

Which of the following is a valid drawback of independent testing?

  1. Developer and independent testing will overlap and waste resources.

  2. Developers loose the sense of responsibility and independent testers may become a bottleneck.

  3. Independent testers need extra education and always cost more.

  4. Independent testers will become a bottleneck and introduce problems in incident management.

Correct Answer: B

Question No.50

XYZ is a Swedish company and the company language is local and all system development

documentation is done in the local language.

As a test manager you are currently leading an independent test team of 4 people to system test the payroll functionality. The 4 members of staff of described below:

John is one of the senior testers. He has been working for the company the longest and has a good network of contacts. He is confident and tries to bring other team members together to promote team discussions. He is sometimes considered to be manipulative and is often seen to delegate personal work.

Sue is a senior tester. She always seems to be busy and often seems to have too much work to do. However, she gets her work done, regardless of what it takes. She is often inclined to worry unduly and sometimes considered to be argumentative and blunt. She is conscientious and searches out errors and omissions. She always delivers on time.

Steve is a tester. He is serious minded and often looks ahead. When he is given problems to solve he often looks at all options before deciding. He needs to be a little bit more diplomatic though in his approach to other people because his attitude often has a negative affect when trying to inspire others. He is good person discuss ideas with. Steve used to work as a business analyst on the payroll department.

Vicki is a test analyst. She is the newest member of the team and has been employed for her automation skills. Vicki is shown to be dedicated to automation, having spent the past 5 years developing the necessary skills in automation tools. Her view on testing seems too limited; she believes automation is the only way forward.

Both John and Sue are highly experienced at finding defects based on their experience with the system and domain knowledge.

Based on the information given in the scenario, identify how the team could be improved most effectively?

  1. By providing training in the payroll domain

  2. By providing a workshop on test design techniques

  3. By providing specific training on the systems being tested

  4. By providing training on reviewing requirements

Correct Answer: B

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