Is there a reason this is labeled as 'Finish to Finish' even though 'Finish to Start' makes more sense?



  • Got this question in my course:

    You are managing a software project. Your QA manager tells you that you need to plan to have her team start their test planning activity so that it finishes just before testing begins. But other than that, she says it can start as late in the project as necessary. What’s the relationship between the test planning activity and the testing activity?

    • A. Start-to-Start (SS)
    • B. Start-to-Finish (SF)
    • C. Finish-to-Start (FS)
    • D. Finish-to-Finish (FF) (Correct)

    It labels FF as correct, but I'm not seeing why given it says to finish planning activity before testing begins.



  • What’s the relationship between the test planning activity and the testing activity?

    The answer should be:

    C. Finish-to-Start (FS)

    The test planning activity needs to finish, in order to start the testing activity. The highlighted test response might be wrong. It happens.



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