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For describing an expect result in an audit report of testing (Action: Click on 'LOGO' at the top right of the page), which one of these is correct: (Expect Result refers to 'It should' )

  • Expect Result: Go to the home page.

  • Expect Result: Enter the home page.

  • Expect Result: Access the home page.

  • Expect Result: Jump to the home page.

  • Expect Result: Navigate to the home page.

Or maybe i should use some other terms like reach, get to. Thanks a lot.

  • Are other choices possible like "get to, reach"? – learner Nov 12 '13 at 13:25
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    When you ask questions like these, it would be helpful to explain why you think each choice might be best. More context is always beneficial, and it's important to explain what you're thinking :) – WendiKidd Nov 13 '13 at 0:25
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Most of the mentioned choices are already good enough. The choice can be better chosen according to the exact nature of the purpose of your application and your testing.

Assuming that this is a formal audit report for a web application testing, and we want to describe the "Expected Result" of the action "Click on 'LOGO' button", here are my possible choices (preferred first),

Expected Result: Go to the home page.
Expected Result: Go Back to the home page.
Expected Result: Navigate to the home page.
Expected Result: Jump to the home page.
Expected Result: Get Back to the home page.
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I suggest using real expect result like

The Home page is opened

Or in any cases you could use

Should redirect to the Home page

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