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Status:Closed    Asked:Jul 06, 2011 - 08:57 AM
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In order to pass an ISTA test procedure do all test methods need to be passed?

 
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When performing an ISTA test procedure or project that will be submitted for ISTA recognition or certification, all required test methods, at the required minimum test levels, must have passed. If there is a method performed during the testing that does not meet the requirements or shows an obvious failure after the testing, then the entire test is considered a fail.

If the testing being done won't be submitted to ISTA for recognition or certification then failures during the testing are allowed. Be aware that any failure during testing will most likely invalidate the testing for other outside organizations (including carriers, customers and insurance companies).

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