Sample Exam Questions ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Level, by John A. Estrella and Maria C. Estrella, was written specifically for those persons who are preparing to write ISTQB foundation level examination.
ISTQB or The International Software Testing Qualifications Board is essentially a certification organization formed in Edinburgh in November 2002, to test the knowledge levels of software testers. The ISTQB is primarily responsible for the scheme of international qualification named "ISTQB Certified Tester". The test is syllabus-based accreditation as well as examination with its own hierarchy of guidelines and qualifications.
The vision behind the establishing of ISTQB is defining and also sustaining a sound Body of Knowledge that lets software testers to be duly certified by assessing their best practices, linking the community of international software testing, and promoting research studies on the topic.
ISTQB certification exams are conducted essentially on three levels, on an international basis. They are CTFL or ISTQB Foundation Level, CTAL or ISTQB Advanced Level and CTEL Expert Level. For any tester to be certified, a candidate should come out successfully through the ISTQB certification examinations. And to do this, he/she needs to gain professional expertise in software testing, as also extremely familiar with the fundamentals and work processes of software testing.
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