Computer Science Mock Test NET Exam(Software Engineering) - Part 01

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  1.  What for Boundary value analysis method is used?
    1.  Structural testing
    2.  White box testing
    3.  Black box testing
    4.  Mutation testing

  2. Who proposed RAD Model ?
    1.  Microsoft
    2.  Sony
    3.  Motorola
    4.  IBM

  3. A key concept of quality control is that all work products
    1.  have measurable specification for process outputs
    2.  are delivered on time and under budget 
    3.  have complete documentation
    4.  are thoroughly tested before delivery to the customer

  4. FAST stands for _________.
    1.  Fast Application Specification Technique
    2.  Functional Application Specification Technique
    3.  Fast Access Specification Technique
    4.  Facilitated Application Specification Technique

  5. The model that assumes that effort and development time are functions of product size alone is __________.
    1.  Intermediate COCOMO model
    2.  Detailed COCOMO modelw
    3.  Basic COCOMO model 
    4.  All the three COCOMO models

  6. A good specification must have ______.
    1.  functional
    2.  distinctly specific
    3.  ambiguous
    4.  all of the above

  7. The __________ is a tool in the design phase
    1.  refinement
    2.  abstraction
    3.  information hiding
    4.  all of the above

  8. Desirable property of a module ________.
    1.  multiple functional
    2.  low coupling
    3.  high coupling
    4.  independency

  9. What is the important aspect of coding?
    1.  brevity
    2.  reusability
    3.  readabiliy
    4.  productivity

  10. Which of the following is a software metrics?
    1.  size oriented
    2.  function oriented
    3.  extended function point
    4.  all of the above


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