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Automated Software Testing Interview Questions You'll Most Likely Be Asked is a perfect companion to stand ahead above the rest in today’s competitive job market. Rather than going through comprehensive, textbook-sized reference guides, this book includes only the information required immediately for job search to build an IT career. This book puts the interviewee in the driver's seat and helps them steer their way to impress the interviewer.


Table of Contents
1. Introduction and ATLM
2. Decision to Automate Test
3. Automated Test Tool Evaluation and Selection
4. Automated Testing Introduction Process
5. Test Team Management
6. Test Planning and Preparation
7. Test Analysis and Design
8. Test Development
9. Test Execution and Review
10. Test Program Review and Assessment
11. HR Questions



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Sample from the book
(Below Questions and Answers are randomly taken from different pages of the book)
151: Explain about ‘Test Analysis and Design’.
‘Test Analysis and design’ is a process that represents the Fourth Phase in Automated Test Lifecycle Methodology (ATLM). In the fourth phase of ATLM, there are three processes involved: Test planning, analysis and design, and development. In Test Analysis and design process, the team addresses the need to define the number of tests to be performed, the way the tests will be approached, and the test conditions that needs to be followed. The test design standards will be created and followed.
152: What are the activities performed in Test Analysis process?
The activities performed in Test Analysis process are: 
a) The test team reviews the project goals and objectives
b) Verification methods are assigned to system requirements and documented in requirements traceability matrix
c) Test requirements definition is performed and derived from system requirements of AUT (Application Under Test)
d) Test requirements are mapped to system requirements and to system design components
e) Preliminary association of test requirements statements to test techniques is made (Test requirements matrix is modified to reflect this mapping)
153: What are the activities performed in Test Design process?
The activities performed in Test Design process are: 
a) Test team ensures that various test techniques are justified by associated test requirements and test requirements matrix is updated accordingly
b) The test architecture model and the population of model attributes is selected
c) Logical group of test procedures and its format is defined. A naming convention for the test procedures is also defined
d) An association between test procedures and requirements statements is made. The test procedure matrix is created to reflect this mapping
e) The test procedure matrix specifies whether we need to use an automated tool or perform manual steps to support test procedure execution
f) Test procedure matrix is modified to reflect test data requirements for each test procedure
154: What is the purpose of Test requirements analysis?
Similar to software application development process, test requirements must be specified before test design is constructed. Test requirements must be clearly defined and documented so that all the team members involved in the project will understand the basis of the test effort. The test requirements analysis is aimed at identifying different kinds of tests needed to verify the system by studying the system from several perspectives depending on the testing phase.
155: What are the approaches followed in test requirements analysis?
Two approaches are followed in Test requirements Analysis. They are: 
a) Structural approach: This includes the study of system design or functional process flow in user operations. It relies on unit and integration tests
b) Behavioral approach: This involves the review of system requirements or use cases. This involves analysis at the system test level
156: Explain about development level test analysis.
Development level test analysis is performed to identify the test requirements that pertain to the development test effort. This analysis at the unit and integration test level is also known as structural analysis. This level of activity requires a large number of test procedures, consumes a great amount of time, and requires the work from a large number of team members.
157: What does a test requirements matrix comprise of?
A test requirements matrix comprises of system requirements ID (SRID), software requirements ID (SWID), test requirement statement (TR), test requirement ID (TRID), and the test technique to be used. Software requirement id is mapped to the system requirements id and the test requirement is mapped to the test requirement id.
158: Explain about system level test analysis.
System level test analysis is performed to identify the test requirements pertaining to the system test effort. This system level test analysis is also known as behavioral analysis. This analysis requires the review of the system or software requirements specifications. The emphasis with this analysis method is on test input and expected output. The resulting test requirements are based on the examination of the system or software requirements specifications. This analysis is aimed at deriving the test requirements to generate test procedures and perform its specified functions under normal operating conditions.
159: Explain about BPR.
BPR represents Business Process Reengineering. BPR is a structured method for analyzing the procedures that a business entity used to accomplish its goals. It’s also aimed at redesigning the business process with a focus on the end user of its products. BPR also examines the entire scope of the processes to determine the flow of information through components of business for suggesting major improvements.
160: Explain about Use case analysis.
Use Case analysis is a requirements analysis methodology that involves the development and analysis of a number of mini scenarios which is a combination of system level requirements. Each use case has a defined starting point, set of discrete steps and defined exit criteria. Each use case specifies a sequence of actions, including variants that an entity can perform by interacting with actors of the entity.


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