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What is the purpose of test completion criteria in a test plan?

What is the purpose of test completion criteria in a test plan?

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A. To know when a specific test has finished its execution
B. To ensure that the test case specification is complete
C. To set the criteria used in generating test inputs
D. To know when test planning is complete
E. To plan when to stop testing

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Asked by Swapna, Last updated: Sep 11, 2018

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e.Ronald

E.Ronald

Answered on Jan 03, 2018

ISTQB stands for International Software Testing Qualifications Board. This organization was created in 2002 in Scotland. This organization tests those for software. They use a checklist like a syllabus in order to determine those who qualify. There is both a foundation level and advanced level. When the criteria has been completed, then the testing should come to a halt. The test plan and strategy include the completion criteria.

There are a few other ways in which the testing can be stopped. These include if no critical bugs are found, a point is reached based on the requirements being reached, and also the cases for the tests are finished and they reached a certain percentage for passing. Even though it may seem like a simple question, actually testing continues at all times.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Feb 09, 2017

To plan when to stop testing
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