- Verify that the text written with the pencil is readable/legible.
- Verify that the user can write smoothly on different types/quality of paper surfaces.
- Check that the darkness/color of the text written by pencil is as per the specifications.
- Check the strength of the lead, it should not break when a specified(normal human) pressure is applied.
- Verify that the text written by pencil can be erased by normal erasers.
- Verify that the quality and strength of the pencil’s wood.
- Check whether the outer body of the pencil is circular or some polygon shape.
- Verify that the length and radius of the pencil are as per the specification.
- Verify that the weight of the application is as per the specification.
- Verify that the pencil can be sharpened easily by a normal sharpener.
- Verify the total length of text written by a complete pencil.
- Verify the total length of text written before you need to sharpen the pencil again.
- Verify that the pencil writes on the normally specified surfaces clearly.
- Verify the outer coloring of the pencil’s paint.
- Check if the pencil writes when putting in water for some time.
- Check the quality and strength of the pencil when immersed in water for some time.
- Check that the text written by pencil gets erased or note when the paper is immersed in water and later dried.
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