Torvis Tech – Fresher Interview Questions with Answers 

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1. I will come thrice in a minute , twice in an hour , once in a day .Who am i?

Answer :

The vowels ” a,e,i,o,u”
In minute comes “i,u,e “ , in hour comes ” o and u “and in a day comes ” a “

2 . How will u describe yellow color for a blind ?

“Yellow is the warm sun while a cool breeze blows on your face. Yellow is exciting without being loud or angry.”

“It is a warm, soft color, like a baby chick, or the warmth of sunlight in springtime streaming through a window warming up a patch on the carpet.”

“I would ask them if they have sat near a fire on a cold day. How did they feel? Did they feel warm? Did they feel happy? I would say then that for most people, the color yellow is that feeling one has when near a fire on a cold day.”

3 . Missing number in series with an example

1 , 4 , 27 , ? , 3125

1 = 1, or 1 to the 1st power
2 = 2×2, or 2 to the 2nd power
27 = 3×3×3, or 3 to the 3rd power
3125 = 5×5×5×5×5, or 5 to the 5th power

Looks like the missing number is 4 to the 4th power, 4×4×4×4=256

 4 . What do you mean by Performance testing ?

In software engineering, performance testing is a testing practice performed to determine how a system performs in terms of responsiveness and stability under a particular workload. It can also serve to investigate, measure, validate or verify other quality attributes of the system, such as scalability, reliability and resource usage.

Performance testing, a subset of performance engineering, is a computer science practice which strives to build performance standards into the implementation, design and architecture of a system.

5 . Explain about STLC ? 

Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC) is defined as a sequence of activities conducted to perform Software Testing.

Contrary to popular belief, Software Testing is not a just a single activity. It consists of a series of activities carried out methodologically to help certify your software product.

Different Phases of the STLC Model
Below are the phases of STLC:

 1 . Requirement Analysis
2. Test Planning
3 . Test case development
4. Test Environment setup
5 .Test Execution
6 .Test Cycle closure

 6 . Bug life cycle

Defect life cycle, also known as Bug Life cycle is the journey of a defect cycle, which a defect goes through during its lifetime. It varies from organization to organization and also from project to project as it is governed by the software testing process and also depends upon the tools used.

Defect Life Cycle

Defect Life Cycle includes following stages:

When a defect is logged and posted for the first time. Its state is given as new.


Once the bug is posted by the tester, the lead of the tester approves the bug and assigns the bug to developer team. There can be two scenario, first that the defect can directly assign to the developer, who owns the functionality of the defect. Second, it can also be assigned to the Dev Lead and once it is approved with the Dev Lead, he or she can further move the defect to the developer.


Its state when the developer starts analyzing and working on the defect fix.


When developer makes necessary code changes and verifies the changes then he/she can make bug status as ‘Fixed’. This is also an indication to the Dev Lead that the defects on Fixed status are the defect which will be available to tester to test in the coming build.


At this stage the tester do the retesting of the changed code which developer has given to him to check whether the defect got fixed or not.

 7 . Tools and Testing Tools
Test Management Tool:
These tools help organize the end to end test Cycle

1) qTest:
2) TestLink:
3) Practitest:
4) Zephyr:
5) QMetry:
6) Testrail:
7) Test Collab:
8) QAComplete
9) Squish
10) Ranorex
11) Selenium:
12) QTP:
13) Watir:
14) Testim:
15) AppliTools:
16) Telerik studio:
17) TestComplete:
18) Webload:
19) Loadrunner:
20) Wapt:
21) LoadUI Pro:
22) Silk Performer:
23) Jmeter:
24) Agileload:
25) Loadfocus
26) BlazeMeter:
27) LoadImpact:
28) JIRA:
29) Mantishub:
30) FogBugz:
31) Bugzilla:
32) BugNet:
33) Bug Genie:
34) RedMine:
35) Appium:
36) Espresso:
37) Perfecto:
38) ExperiTest:
39) Robotium:
40) Browsera:
41) CrossBrowser Testing:
42) SauceLabs:
43) Ghostlab:
44) Browsershots:
45) SoapUI:
46) SOAPSonar:
47) WebInject:
48) Tricentis:
49) NetSparker:
50) OWASP:
51) Acunetix Vulnerability Scanner:
52) W3C CSS validator