3.what are two of your strengths that will bring to
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Answer / deepaswee
To be a good tester.
1. One need to have lots of patience
2. Ability to analyse the defects.
3. In and Out knowledge about the product which you are
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Answer / prasannatl
Test to break attitude and the testcases meet the requiremnts.
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Answer / sai
First, I want to Test Wat is QA Test,
Second, With my Knowledge and confidence I entered into
testing i never want to look Back.
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