Cste mock test part ii questions along with answers

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CSTE Mock Test - Part II – Questions Along with Answers Page 2 of 5 the potential problems in logic branches that might result in a loop condition or improper processing . 2. You find that there is a senior tester who is making more mistakes than the junior testers. You need to communicate this aspect to the senior tester. Also, you don't want to loose this tester. How should one go about the constructive criticism? [10 Marks] Answer: In the quality approach, it is the responsibility of the supervisor to make His/Her subordinates successful. The effective use of criticism is a tool for improving subordinate performance. In giving constructive criticism, you should incorporate the following tactics: - a) Do it privately. b) Have the facts. c) Be prepared to help the worker improve His/Her performance. d) Be specific on Expectations. e) Follow a specific process in giving the criticism. 3. Your manager has taken you onboard as a test lead for testing a web-based application. He wants to know what risks you would include in the Test plan. Explain each risk factor that would be a part of your test plan. [20 marks] Answer: Web-Based Application primary risk factors:- A) Security: anything related to the security of the application. B) Performance:- The amount of computing resources and code required by the system to perform its stated functions. C) Correctness:-Data entered, processed, and outputted in the system is accurate and complete D) Access Control:-Assurance that the application system resources will be protected E) Continuity of processing:-The ability to sustain processing in the event problem occurs F) Audit Trail:-The capability to substantiate the processing that has occurred. G) Authorization:-Assurance that the data is processed in accordance with the intents of the management General risk or secondary risk’s:- A) Complex - anything disproportionately large, intricate or convoluted. B) New - anything that has no history in the product. C) Changed - anything that has been tampered with or "improved". D) Upstream Dependency - anything whose failure will cause cascading failure in the rest of the system. E) Downstream Dependency - anything that is especially sensitive to failures in the rest of the system. F) Critical - anything whose failure could cause substantial damage. G) Precise - anything that must meet its requirements exactly. H) Popular - anything that will be used a lot. I) Strategic - anything that has special importance to your business, such as a
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