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User Acceptance Testing - A step-by-step guide by Brian Hambling, Pauline van Goethem

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APPENDIX BANSWERS AND COMMENTS

CHAPTER 1

Answers to what have you learned

Q1 B

Answer A is incorrect. UAT may take longer but usually takes less time than other testing.

Answer C is incorrect. UAT evaluates the system against business requirements (not necessarily captured in the requirements specification), business processes and user expectations.

Answer D is incorrect. UAT is formal testing.

Q2 B, D, E

Answer A is incorrect. Technical specifications are used for testing during development, but not for UAT because they have a technical perspective rather than a user perspective.

Answer C is incorrect. Business requirements are part of the basis for UAT but they may not be defined fully in a requirements specification.

Answer F is incorrect. ...

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