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ISO9000 defines the difference as: Inspection: determination of conformity to specified requirements; and Audit: systematic, independent and documented process for obtaining objective evidence and evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which audit criteria are fulfilled. An audit is more encompassing, higher level, more broad, and includes the ...


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No one can speak to the intent of the test designers or the scoring of tests, so I'll take a more general approach to the question. Dictionary definitions aside, the pragmatic difference is that: An inspection looks at a product, outcome, or work increment to compare it to some expected value. This is useful for progress tracking, validation, and decision-...


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