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A test plan is a collection of requirements, activities, resources, documentation, and schedules associated with a laboratory test. Test plans are important because they ensure the proposed test's aspects have been thoroughly considered, help train those who need to enact the test, improve test effectiveness, and support the need for replication for quality control and regulatory purposes.
- ↑ Niles, K.. "Importance of Test Plans/Test Protocol (with a Template)". ISixSigma. https://www.isixsigma.com/tools-templates/design-of-experiments-doe/importance-test-planstest-protocol-template/. Retrieved 22 September 2022.