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iSQI CTAL-TM_Syll2012 Exam - Cheat-Test.com

Free CTAL-TM_Syll2012 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
In the next two months some new features will be constantly added to new releases of a project you are working on as Test Manager.
You have identified as one of the main project risks, that the requirements specification will still be incomplete when your team starts the test design and implementation phase.
Some requirements will most likely be completed too late to allow a proper test preparation.
You and your test team have already worked on several similar past projects in the same organization.
Which one of the following options would you expect to be the most effective at mitigating this risk?
K4 3 credits
A. Don’t prepare any test and just run the regression test suite to check that the new features don’t introduce regression
B. Make reasonable assumptions about the missing details and design lightweight tests that can be easily updated during test execution
C. Don’t design any test until the test execution starts, then communicate that test execution is blocked due to incomplete requirements
D. Even if there are only few details missing, escalate the risk to the project manager without preparing any tests
Answer: B

Q: 2
Which of the following statements, about the test reporting activities for a project adopting an iterative lifecycle model with very short iterations (e.g. two weeks iterations), is correct?
K2 1 credit
A. Test reporting activities can’t be influenced by the use of an iterative lifecycle model with short iterations
B. Test reporting activities are not important for projects adopting an iterative lifecycle model with short iterations
C. Test reporting activities are less important for projects adopting an iterative life cycle model with short iterations. They should be performed at the end of the last iteration
D. Test reporting activities are still important with an iterative lifecycle. The reports can be used to conduct post-iteration review sessions before starting with the next iteration
Answer: D

Q: 3
During the system testing phase a tester from your test team observes a failure in the system under test and he/she decides to create an incident report. The incident report is currently in a “new” state, indicating it needs to be investigated.
Which THREE of the following information items can’t yet be present in the incident report?
K3 2 credits (2 credits out of 3 credits correct, 1 credit point)
A. The type of defect that caused the failure
B. The actual and the expected result highlighting the failure
C. The lifecycle phase in which the defect has been introduced
D. What really caused the failure (actual cause)
E. Steps to reproduce the failure, including screenshots, database dumps and logs where applicable
Answer: A,C,D

Q: 4
A chart showing the trend in the lag time from defect reporting to resolution during system testing is also available. The chart shows that the daily closure period is consistently and significantly above the rolling closure period for a long period of the system testing phase.
Almost all defects found during system testing have been related to the system as a whole, not related to single units or integrations issues. Almost all quality risks have been addressed during the unit and integration testing phase and no residual quality risks were present in the integrated system. This has been confirmed by exploratory testing sessions performed during system testing, targeted at finding defects in these quality risk areas.
Based on the given information only, which one of the following areas would you expect to be considered more in the retrospective meeting in order to be improved?
K3 3 credits
A. The requirements review
B. The defect management process
C. The quality risk analysis process
D. The system design and architecture design reviews
Answer: B

Q: 5
Assume you are a Test Manager involved in system testing of a CRM application for a Pay-TV company. Currently the application is able to support a proper number of users assuring the required responsiveness. Since the business is expected to grow, you have been asked to evaluate the ability of the application to grow to support more users while maintaining the same responsiveness.
Which of the following tools would you expect to be the most useful at performing this evaluation?
K2 1 credit
A. Coverage tools
B. Test management tools
C. Static analysis tools
D. Performance tools
Answer: D

Q: 6
An agile development team decides to hire a tester who has always workeD.
- in independent test teams, reporting the problems found in a defect tracking system
- in safety-critical projects, with a stronger focus on the quality of the product than on time and budget.
This agile team is focused on short-term goals to get the product released on time and within budget.
Which of the following answers would you expect to be most likely true in this scenario?
K2 1 credit
A. Agile teams like the presence of a tester in their teams and the tester will be able to adapt to the new context without any issue
B. The developers will immediately follow the guidelines described by the tester
C. The tester can continue to report the problems found in a defect tracking system and be more focused on the quality than on time and budget constraints
D. The tester’s mission could be to verify adherence to requirements, instead of reporting formally the problems in a defect tracking system
Answer: D


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