Originally posted by qasleuth: Just wondering if anyone got the results for the CSTE taken on june 14th. i am eagerly waiting for them and the mail box refuses to carry the envelope [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">I got mine today from my exam on the 13th of June.
Yup, I passed the CSQA! [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
congratulation for passing cste..
i'm preparing and looking forward to pass cste in the next december..
can u send me ur advise, any helpful materials and tutorials that covers the cste domains..
as i suffer from materials shortage.
i'll be gracful for that if u can help me.
I'm wondering what kind of questions they ask in the CSTE. Can somebody give some examples. I want to have a little idea if they match the ISEB kind of questions for the Practitioner level.
An example of a question of the ISEB practitioner certification I took on 9 june (also not yet any response as to the results):
> Requirements specification of a timer...
> a) draw a state diagram
> b) for each of the following
> 1. Boundary Value Analysis
> 2. State Transition Testing
> 3. Requirements Based Testing
> I) Identify a fault and resulting failure that the other 2
> not find
> II) Describe 2 testcases that are likely to find the problem
> identified in (I)
> III) What is it worth? ... .
> c) You might not be to confident with the resulting test cases of
> the above techniques, provide 2 faults and resulting failure that
> would not be detected with the above techniques.
> d) Describe 2 testcases that are likely to find the faults
> identified in c)
> e) Describe an approach on how you would determine the sequence in
> which to execute the test cases as identified in b) and d)
> f) Give 3 advantages of using structured test design techniques