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monaDhaliwal
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Reged: 01/21/12
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Manual testing
      #696414 - 01/21/12 02:36 PM

Hello all,

I just started to learn manual testing. They are going to complete all syllabus within 10 days but I m not ok with that. May be they are not going to complete all things that we need for manual testing. Could u please tell about its syllabus and also plz tell me about its demand in job market.?

How much a tester can get after 2 years of exp?

Please answer my queries..

Thanks
Mona


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yagsy
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Re: Manual testing [Re: monaDhaliwal]
      #696756 - 01/25/12 10:12 AM

Mona;
I think you would be better served by posting in the General Discussion forum about manual testing. It's great you found a thread and tried to stick to the topic but you question is really unrelated to "requirements & design" which is the title of this forum.

Also if you could, please explain what you mean by "syllabus" and your reference to "they". Who are you learning from and what are you following? Your questions are very broad and it's difficult to know how to help you.

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