Students must provide and present in a structured way for example in tabular form, clear evidence of testing. This should take the form of carefully selected and representative samples, which demonstrate the robustness of the complete, or nearly complete, solution/thoroughness of investigation and which demonstrate that the requirements of the solution/investigation have been achieved. The emphasis should be on producing a representative sample in a balanced way and not on recording every possible test and test outcome. Students should explain the tests carried out alongside the evidence for them. This could take the form of:
- an introduction and overview
- the test performed
- its purpose if not self-evident
- the test data
- the expected test outcome
- the actual outcome with a sample of the evidence, for example screen shots of before and after the test, etc, sampled in order to limit volume.