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Vendor: BCS
Exam Code: ASTQB
Exam Name: ASTQB Certified Mobile Tester
Date: Apr 09, 2019
File Size: 144 KB

Demo Questions

Question 1
If you are testing a mobile banking application, is it important to test the interaction between the software and the device?
  1. No, it is not necessary to extend the functional testing to cover interaction with the device
  2. Yes, using the physical device is how the user interact with the application and how the application interacts with the Internet
  3. No, if the application is developed as a native application, there is no need to test the interaction because the application is portable across many different types of devices
  4. Yes, each feature of the device should be tested to verify if it interacts with the application
Correct answer: B
Explanation:
Testing the physical device’s interaction with the application is important. A is not correct because B is correct. C is not correct and a native application is developed for a specific device and is generally not portable. D is incorrect because devices have many, many features and testing all the features would be out of scope for the application under test.
Testing the physical device’s interaction with the application is important. A is not correct because B is correct. C is not correct and a native application is developed for a specific device and is generally not portable. D is incorrect because devices have many, many features and testing all the features would be out of scope for the application under test.
Question 2
You are testing a native application for a smart phone. The application allows the user to make grocery lists on the phone and store up to three lists at a time. A list can contain up to 50 items. Which of the following is the minimum set of test conditions to achieve 100% coverage with the equivalence partitioning test technique?
  1. List with 47 items
  2. List with 0 items, List with 1 item, List with 50 items, List with 51 items, 0 lists saved, 1 list saved, 3 lists saved, 4 lists saved
  3. List with 0 items, List with 25 items, List with 51 items, 3 lists saved
  4. List with 0 items, List with 12 item, List with 58 items, 0 lists saved, 1 list saved, 3 lists saved, 7 lists saved
Correct answer: D
Explanation:
D is correct as it tests each condition with invalid too low, valid and invalid too high values. A is incorrect because it doesn’t consider the list save capabilities and it doesn’t test the invalid values for the list. B is incorrect because it is doing BVA which results in too many tests for minimum coverage with EP. C is incorrect because it does not sufficiently test the save feature.
D is correct as it tests each condition with invalid too low, valid and invalid too high values. A is incorrect because it doesn’t consider the list save capabilities and it doesn’t test the invalid values for the list. B is incorrect because it is doing BVA which results in too many tests for minimum coverage with EP. C is incorrect because it does not sufficiently test the save feature.
Question 3
You are testing a native application for a smart phone. The application allows the user to make grocery lists on the phone and store up to three lists at a time. A list 
can contain up to 50 items.  
Which of the following is the minimum set of test conditions to achieve 100% coverage with the boundary value analysis test technique? 
  1. List with 47 items
  2. List with 0 items, List with 1 item, List with 50 items, List with 51 items, 0 lists saved, 1 list saved, 3 lists saved, 4 lists saved
  3. List with 0 items, List with 25 items, List with 51 items, 3 lists saved
  4. List with 0 items, List with 12 item, List with 58 items, 0 lists saved, 1 list saved, 3 lists saved, 7 lists saved
Correct answer: B
Explanation:
B is correct because it is doing BVA on both the list quantity and the list saving capability. D is incorrect because it has achieved EP coverage, but didn’t get the boundaries. A is incorrect because it doesn’t consider the list save capabilities and it doesn’t test the invalid values for the list. C is incorrect because it does not sufficiently test the save feature.
B is correct because it is doing BVA on both the list quantity and the list saving capability. D is incorrect because it has achieved EP coverage, but didn’t get the boundaries. A is incorrect because it doesn’t consider the list save capabilities and it doesn’t test the invalid values for the list. C is incorrect because it does not sufficiently test the save feature.
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