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Exam CTFL-UK: ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level

Which of the following would you least expect to form part of the analysis of initial tool costs?

Topic 3, Scenario 3 “Tool Selection and Implementation”
Your company is considering whether or not to purchase a test tool suite from a respectable
vendor. Your manager has searched the internet for comparable products but none of them meets
his specific requirements. A tool demonstration has been arranged for next week and your team
has been invited to attend. The tool suite consists of a test management tool, test execution tool
and a requirements management tool. There is the possibility of adding a performance testing tool
at a later stage. You have decided to attend the demo but raise some issues beforehand regarding expectations.
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Which of the following would you least expect to form part of the analysis of initial tool costs?

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Which of the following are valid reasons for adopting a different life cycle (from the V model), for increment

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which of the following are valid reasons for adopting a different life cycle (from the V model), for
increments after the first year?
i. We do not have a clear understanding of the requirements from a customer perspective.
ii. We see the risk of delivering requested functionality late as being higher than the risk of
delivering a lower quality product.
iii. We do not have a budget for additional regression testing which is needed to ensure that
existing functionality is not compromised by future iterations.
iv. The company test strategy does not fit well within the V life cycle model.

Which of the following is a characteristic of good testing in any life cycle model?

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which of the following is a characteristic of good testing in any life cycle model?

Which of the following would you expect to see in the master test plan?

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which of the following would you expect to see in the master test plan?

Which of the following would be the most significant input to estimating the time to carry out the specified t

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which of the following would be the most significant input to estimating the time to carry out the
specified testing tasks?

Which of the following would be the TWO most appropriate examples of entry criteria documented in the system i

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which of the following would be the TWO most appropriate examples of entry criteria documented
in the system integration test plan?

Which test management control option is most appropriate to adopt under these circumstances?

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which test management control option is most appropriate to adopt under these circumstances?

which one of the following factors is most likely to lead to a revised view of product risk?

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Risks should be constantly reviewed. Given the current situation, which one of the following
factors is most likely to lead to a revised view of product risk?

Which of the following is least likely to be used as a technique to identify project and product risks?

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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 least likely to be used as a technique to identify project and product risks?

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

Topic 4, Scenario 4, V2 “Test Management Tool”
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’. 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.
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Which of the following is a project risk mitigation step you might take as test manager?


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