Testing should be stopped when:


all the planned tests have been run


time has run out


all faults have been fixed correctly


both a) and c)


it depends on the risks for the system being tested

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Correct answer is : E

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dsyp 7/10/2013 11:18:36 AM
Vibhor Shrivastava 9/1/2013 12:40:37 PM
Answer is E and not C because : We perform testing to make sure that the system is working fine without any faults. Our task is to make system work with minimum or no risk. Our task is not limited to covering our test case and closing all the defects once successfully fixed because it is very much possible that you might miss creating a necessary test case to check any functionality in that case you have also forgotten to eliminated the risk associated.
Aditi 9/9/2014 11:18:13 PM

System risk cannot be judged in a time frame, Once the functionality is tested with all designed testcases and user acceptance is complete, we can say a software is tested . I

f E is the right answer than software testing will become a never ending process.

I think A and C are right answers - Option D

snehal 9/19/2014 10:53:48 PM

i think option D is right because we have to execute all the testcases and see whether it is fixed properly. else it will be endless testing.


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