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Question No.51

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.

When considering the roles of test leader and tester, which of the following tasks would NOT typically be performed by a tester?

  1. Prepare and acquire the test data

  2. Set up and check the test environment

  3. Write test summary reports

  4. Review tests developed by others

Correct Answer: D

Question No.52

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.

What type of non-functional testing would you carry out to verify these requirements?

  1. Stress testing

  2. Maintenance testing

  3. Load testing

  4. Usability testing

Correct Answer: D

Question No.53

The project has been running for a few months and the team seems not to be progressing in their test approach. The team also lacks drive and enthusiasm and is sometimes seen to be performing their tasks too slowly. You have been asked to recruit an extra person into the team. Which of the following team roles would be most appropriate to enhance the team and why?

  1. A person with the ability to complete tasks

  2. A quality assurance officer

  3. A person with in-depth technical skills

  4. A person who brings new ideas to the team

Correct Answer: D

Question No.54

The project has been running for a few months and the team seems not to be progressing in their test approach. The team also lacks drive and enthusiasm and is sometimes seen to be performing their tasks too slowly. You have been asked to recruit an extra person into the team. You are considering involving users during test execution. In general, what is the main reason for involving users during test execution?

  1. They are a cheap resource

  2. They have good testing skills

  3. This can serve as a way to build their confidence in the system

  4. They have the ability to also focus on invalid test cases

Correct Answer: C

Question No.55

The project has been running for a few months and the team seems not to be progressing in their test approach. The team also lacks drive and enthusiasm and is sometimes seen to be performing their tasks too slowly. You have been asked to recruit an extra person into the team. In addition to introducing the new team member, you have decided to raise motivation. Which of the measures listed below would be the best measure to take in order to increase the motivation of the team?

  1. Provide more time for testing in the schedule

  2. Allow people to take some time off

  3. Introduce entry criteria to the testing phase

  4. Organize a meeting with senior management in which they address the importance of good testing for this project

Correct Answer: D

Question No.56

Three exit criteria have been defined for the project:

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A: Test cases passed more than 70%

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B: Number of outstanding defects lest than 5

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C: Number of defects per test case less than 0.5

The first week of the testing has shown the following results:

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Evaluate the status of the project against the defined exit criteria. Which of the following options shows the correct status?

  1. Criteria A = OK, criteria B = OK, criteria C = OK

  2. Criteria A = NOT OK, criteria B = NOT OK, criteria C = OK

  3. Criteria A = OK, criteria B = NOT OK, criteria C = NOT OK

  4. Criteria A = NOT OK, criteria B = NOT OK, criteria C = NOT OK

Correct Answer: B

Question No.57

You have for a while been trying to hire a second test automation specialist for your test team However, you did not have any luck in finding a suitable candidate. So now, you have been asked by IT management of XYZ to forward a proposal with alternative solutions for building an automated regression test suite at system test level over a period of 2 years including needed training and eventual handover to the test team. You have investigated different possibilities and selected four of them to present to IT management. Which of the proposals will you most likely give your highest recommendations?

  1. Insourcing of test automation based on an offer from a local company ABC that has people who are specialists in system level capture-replay automation tools and they also do regular training courses in test automation methods and tools. They can then work closely with Vicki.

  2. Outsourcing of test automation based on an offer from an Asian company, AsiaAutoTest, which has people who are specialists in system level capture-replay automation tools. They also offer training and besides they offer to run and maintain the regression tests in the future.

  3. Internal offer from the development department of XYZ to create the regression package using CppUnit as test automation tool. One of the development groups have very good experiences in automating unit tests, and they are willing to do training as well.

  4. Solution from a tool vendor offering to educate two test team members in the use of their easy-to- use test automation capture replay tool over the first 3 month and based on that build the

regression test suite. In addition to Vicki, Steve is the only one that has time available to be educated.

Correct Answer: A

Question No.58

You have for a while been trying to hire a second test automation specialist for your test team However, you did not have any luck in finding a suitable candidate. So now, you have been asked by IT management of XYZ to forward a proposal with alternative solutions for building an automated regression test suite at system test level over a period of 2 years including needed training and eventual handover to the test team. Instead of having an independent test team within the company, the company is considering to outsource testing. What are THREE key challenges that are typical for outsourcing?

  1. Test environment more complex

  2. Define expectation for tasks and deliverables

  3. Clear channels of communications

  4. Possibly different cultures

  5. Testing of non-functional requirements

  6. Audit trail from requirements to test cases

  7. Applying test automation

Correct Answer: BCD

Question No.59

You have been contracted to manage the acceptance testing of a new computer-based reservation system for a travel agency. You have provided an approximate budget estimate for the testing project based on previous experience with similar sized projects. However, the management of the parent company of the travel agency will not commit to the budget until detailed cost estimates are provided. The reservation system is being developed by a third party However, detailed specifications of the software are available, as well as an estimate of the total effort that will be spent in developing the software. The software is to be delivered in four increments, and the functionality to be delivered in each increment has already been agreed on. Identify THREE items that would be part of the work-breakdown structure showing the key testing activities for the acceptance test project.

  1. Test planning, test case preparation and test execution for each of the four iterations

  2. Work should be explicitly allocated to test completion, test management, installation and to training on using the system

  3. Activities to deploy the system in the user environment

  4. Regression testing in the second, third and fourth iterations

  5. Development activities for unit and integration testing

  6. Reviews on requirements documentation

  7. Defining test environment requirements for system testing

Correct Answer: ABD

Question No.60

You have been contracted to manage the acceptance testing of a new computer-based reservation system for a travel agency. You have provided an approximate budget estimate for the testing project based on previous experience with similar sized projects. However, the management of the parent company of the travel agency will not commit to the budget until detailed cost estimates are provided. The reservation system is being developed by a third party However, detailed specifications of the software are available, as well as an estimate of the total effort that will be spent in developing the software. The software is to be delivered in four

increments, and the functionality to be delivered in each increment has already been agreed on. In general which part of the testing activity is most difficult to estimate?

  1. Test planning

  2. Test execution

  3. Test management

  4. Test design

Correct Answer: B

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