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

1. Which of the following statements concerning contract type is correct?

2. You are in charge of developing a new product for an organization. Your quality metrics are based on the 80th percentile of each of the last three products developed. This is an example of:

3. Project management processes can be organized into:

4. The two closing procedures are called:

5. During the schedule development process the Project Manager may have to go through several iterations of the schedule before establishing the schedule baseline. All of the following are tools and techniques that may be used during this process:

6. ___________ must be measured regularly to identify variance from the plan.

7. Change requests can occur due to:

8. A complex project will fit best in what type of organization?

9. Which of the following is not an external-unpredictable risk?

10. How much time does the typical project manager spend communicating both formally and informally?

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