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Is this a good interview questions to be asked in interview for a software tester?
by lwl_seu in Development Tools & Services

I normally ask this question in a interview for tester. Our software is really complex, has GUI and backend component. We require the tester to be good in analytical and can think out of the box. In this context, is the following question good to be asked or is it too complex/bad/ugly? Also our requirement is that the tester should be experienced.
The Question
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Can Good Follow-Up Letters after an Interview Reverse a Bad Interview?
by Tim Watson in Business
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by OutOfBrain in Business
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Tips on Phone Interview After In-Person Job Interview
by Joe in Business
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by acacio in Business
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by Kubla Khan in Careers & Job Searching
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by cmt95 in Business
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by Matias in Business
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Job Interview Tips & Interview Questions
by neosephiroth86 in Careers & Job Searching
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by nsavop in Personal Finance
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