Tester interview questions and answers are completely based on the interview I and my friends attended during last years of working experience as Quality Assurance Testers. These SQA questions and scenarios are based only on real experience and were asked during actual QA interviews. Therefore, QA Tester who is looking for a Quality Assurance job will greatly benefit from this. If you are the first time job seeker as a QA Tester, then it can help you even better. Finally, if you are plant to attend an interview, you have to know these questions and answers by heart and must be very smooth in answering these questions. Practice in front of the friends or just a mirror, speak loud and clear. Most of the time, when you study the questions, you feel fine and feel relaxed, but the reality is, at the time of the actual interview, even though you feel you have the knowledge, cannot express it well. It may sound a little rough, but this is everyone’s hard experience. When you come out the interview door, you are deeply regretted. If you cannot remember these by heart, believe me, it may not work. Readers are welcome to post own questions and answers to the following SQA interview questions.

QA Tester resume spelling errors could cost you a job interview

All recruiters and employers agree that the top reason that makes them reject QA Tester resume or QA Tester CV is spelling mistakes. Testing is all about accuracy and attention to detail. If that level of care can't be taken with an important document such as a QA resume or QA Tester CV, employers or recruiters don't even want to think about this person's testing skills. We have been interviewing a lot of QA Engineers lately, so I have been looking at a lot of QA resumes. I am shocked by how many of the resumes have errors. I strongly believe that it is not appropriate to have errors in a resume, because it displays carelessness and lack of attention to detail. I observe words spelled wrong, technology names spelled wrong and in even a company’s name spelled wrong. The resume is meant to showcase your testers skills. If you are sloppy with a few pages document, then employer or recruiter suspect you will be sloppy in your day-to-day testing and you will be not invited to the interview.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised too. It is easier than ever to check spelling. Most word processing programs and browsers do that for you.

Anonymous said...

Like the grammatical errors in this entry.

Anonymous said...

Haha, you are so right about grammatical errors :P

Common QA Tester interview questions