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ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level Section 5 Practice Quiz

1. Select one that is not strength of a third-party testing organization

a. Expertise in test project management
b. Run tests quickly
c. Expert consulting and training services
d. None of the above

2. Testers should have access to the following in a test lab

a. Bug testing database
b. Test tracking spreadsheet
c. System configuration tracking database
d. a, b, & c

3. Choose an incorrect statement:

a. Testers at the component and integration level should be developers
b. Testers for risk-management should be test analysts
c. Testers at the acceptance test level should be business experts and users
d. Testers for operational acceptance testing should be operators

4. Exit Criterion determines:

a. When testing needs to continue
b. When system is ready for delivery
c. When testing has been completed
d. All of the above

5. The testing effort may not depend on the following factor:

a. Characteristics of reported bugs
b. Characteristics of the product
c. Characteristics of the development process
d. The outcome of testing

6. Risks allow us to decide where to (pick 2)

a. Design, code, and conduct testing
b. Focus in the test plan
c. Start testing and where to test more
d. Testing is used to reduce the risk of an adverse effect occurring, or to reduce
the impact of an adverse effect
e. a & b

7. When testers report to their test managers about their testing effort, the focus
should be on ____________
a. Boundary conditions, state machines, and load generators
b. Risk management and impact of serious test escapes on the reputation and
revenues of the company
c. a & b
d. None of the above

8. Enforcement of source and version control standards is often delegated to
Quality Assurance groups.
a. True
b. False

9. Select one that should not be part of selection of a test approach:

a. Risk of failure of project
b. Skills and experience of the people
c. The objective of testing endeavor and mission of the testing team
d. Regulatory aspects and nature of product/business
e. None of the above

10. Instead of buying repeated tasking from independent test agency, a test manager
should ask for test plan, test cases, and suggestion for further work
a. True
b. False

11. The role of test leader cannot be performed by:

a. Project manager
b. Configuration manager
c. Development manager
d. QA manager
e. Manager of test group

12. Automated tests should consider

a. Time cost to create automated tests
b. Test delay due to creation of automated tests
c. Risks of missed bugs
d. Partial automation
e. All of the above

13. Choose one statement that is incorrect. Performance testing:

a. Can be tested using glass box or black box techniques
b. Objective is performance enhancement
c. Can be used to provide numerical estimate of required quality for gauging
d. Can reflect bugs, especially when a part of the program used to run quickly is
now slow

14. Which of these criterions are essential for beginning and completing various test
a. Entry criterion spells out what must happen to allow a system to move into a
particular phase
b. Continuation criteria define those conditions and situations that must prevail
in the testing process to allow testing to continue effectively and efficiently

c. Exit criteria addresses the issue of how to determine when testing has been
d. All of the above

15. Metrics should be collected during and at the end of a test level in order to
a. The adequacy of the test objectives for that level
b. The adequacy of the test approach
c. The effectiveness of the testing with respect to its objectives
d. All of the above

16. The costs involved in testing and quality assurance is ___________ than the costs
associated with external failures.
a. More
b. Less
c. Same
d. Unimaginable

17. The point of writing problem reports is to get bugs ________

a. Analyzed
b. Reported
c. Fixed
d. Documented

18. Problem summary reports distributed to management should list:

a. Report number, severity
b. Report number, severity, summary
c. Report number, severity, summary, suggested fix
d. Report number, severity, summary, categorization

19. It is important to analyze complicated problem reports. The objectives of the

analysis should not be to:
a. Find target customers who will be most affected
b. Find the most serious consequences of the problem
c. Find the simplest, shortest, and most general conditions that will trigger the
d. Find related problems

20. Dynamic and __________ approaches, such as exploratory testing were testing is
more reactive to events than pre-planned, and where execution and evaluation are
concurrent tasks.
a. Consultative
b. Regression-averse
c. Analytical
d. Heuristic