Welcome to this IREB CPRE, Foundation Level online training.
You may answer these 20 questions within 30 minutes.
The timer at the bottom of the screen will help you keep track of time.
1 - What is a requirement?
2 - Which assertion about liability is wrong?
3 - What kind of requirement doesn't exist in the Kano Model?
4 - What is the difference between validation and verification?
5 - The traceability of the requirements can't be achieved by:
6 - There are three main types of prototypes. Which one is not part of it?
7 - Defects resulting of low quality requirements are:
8 - Which of these elements helps to improve the testability of a requirement?
9 - In an agile environment, through which mechanism the requirements are not communicated?
10 - Which assertion about use case diagrams is wrong?
11 - Which sentence on the activity diagrams is wrong?
12 - Which sentence on state-transition diagrams is false?
13 - A software publisher is developing a home automation application. Regulations on the security required for this type of software come into effect. For the application in development, this impacts in the first place:
14 - What is used to achieve requirement elicitation?
15 - According to IREB, models have three important properties. Which one is not part of it?
16 - Which of these aspects is not one of the eight criteria for validating the content of a requirement?
17 - Which of these activities is not part of the four requirements negotiation activities?
18 - What are the four main activities of requirements engineering?
19 - Using the Karl Wiegers priority matrix (1999), how is the priority index of a requirement calculated?
20 - According to IREB, there are three kinds of changes in requirements. Which one is not part of it?