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Unformatted text preview: S A M P L E E X A M O N L Y EXAM COVER SHEET NOTE: This exam paper may be RETAINED by the student EXAM DETAILS Course Code: ISYS1117/ISYS1118 Course Description: Software Eng Fundamentals Date of exam: 8/06/2011 Start time of exam: 17:45 Duration of exam: 3hr 15min Total number of pages (incl. this cover sheet) 7 ALLOWABLE MATERIALS AND INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. Write your full name and student number on each exam booklet together with the number of exam books used. 2. Students must not write, mark in any way any exam materials, read any other text other than the exam paper or do any calculations during reading time. 3. All mobile phones must be switched off and placed under your desk. You are in breach of exam conditions if it is on your person (ie. pocket). 4. This is a CLOSED BOOK Exam. 5. Commence each question on a new page. Carry out the instructions on the front cover of the exam script book and the front of this exam paper. 6. Calculators are not allowed. 7. This paper contributes 50% towards your final result. 8. This exam is a hurdle that must be passed in order to pass this course. 9. This exam is 3 hours in duration with an additional 15 minutes for reading. 10. If you feel you need to make an assumption to answer a question, then do so, and state your assumption in writing together with your answer. Created on: 13 May 2011 -- 5-48-38:820 -- 3306 Part A: Multiple choice questions. 20 marks (20 x 1 mark) DO NOT WRITE ON THIS EXAM PAPER. Write your answer in the solution book. Each question has only one possible answer. //SAMPLE EXAM HAS 10 MC QUESTIONS ONLY. THE ACTUAL EXAM QUESTIONS WILL DIFFER 1. What is described by a sequence diagram? A An association B An interaction C A generalization D A structure 2. A generalization is a relationship between A objects B classes C states D transitions 3. In a waterfall model project what order should testing be carried out? A integration, unit, system, acceptance B acceptance, integration, unit, system C integration,unit,acceptance, system D unit,integration,system,acceptance 4. A good requirement must not be: A verifiable B achievable C ambiguous D measurable 5. Which of the following is not a phase of RUP?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course ISYS 1117 taught by Professor James during the Three '11 term at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
- Three '11