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Project Management Professional (PMP) - Online Sample Test for Certification exam Preparation


1. Which of the following statements are FALSE regarding project time management?


2. You are the project manager at a large accounting firm in the United States. Your current project involves auditing the financial statements of a Fortune 100 company. You are currently utilizing network diagrams to track and schedule the execution of various auditing tasks through out the project. You are performing a backward pass analysis of the project schedule. It is important for you to examine activities that have _________ slack?


3. In which of the following documents will you find specific procedures for contract closure?


4. The administrative closure procedure that is an output of the close project process includes all of the following EXCEPT:


5. Which of the following statements are true?



6. Which of the following statements are FALSE regarding the relationship between project phase and project life cycles?


7. Which of the following BEST describes the procedures by which the project schedule can change, and includes the paperwork, tracking systems, and approval levels necessary for authorizing changes?


8. Which of the following objectives is LEAST likely accomplish by implementing a project-wide application of the configuration management system?


9. A WBS can be used foe all of the following EXCEPT:


10. All of the following are outputs of the close project process EXCEPT:


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