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


1. A project manager has increased project costs by US $75,000, but completed the project six weeks earlier than planned. What tool is best described here?


2. Your client informs that his company has a problem with the current design specs of your product and how it will interface with the existing systems. If this occurs, it could be a major problem for your project. The client is coming to your office in one week to discuss the problem and to see what your team can do to overcome this setback. All previous meetings were informal with this client, but now he wants a formal meeting. What should you do to prepare for this meeting


3. In general a project charter covers:


4. The successful project managers spend most of their time:


5. You are managing a six months project and have held bi-weekly meetings with your project sponsors. After five-and-a-half months of work, the project is on schedule and budget, but the sponsors are not satisfied with the deliverables. This situation will delay the project completion by one month. The MOST important process that could have prevented this situation is:



6. What does RDU stand for?


7. The contemporary view of conflict is that:


8. In which of the following project management process groups are the most time and money typically spent?


9. Project success depends on a no. of interrelated factors, including time, cost and scope control. The success of any project depends primarily on:


10. A condition which will lead an organization towards conflict is:


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    Trinitrum syn. Nitroglycerinum
    Nitroglycerine, trinitroglycerine, glyceryl trinitrate.

    Key Uses:
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    Origin : Chemically prepared.

    Background : An Italian chemist, Ascanio Sobreoro, created nitroglycerine in 1846, and 20 years later the Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel used it to develop dynamite.

    Preparation : Nitroglycerine is dissolved in purified water, diluted, and succussed.

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    Symptoms Worse : For heat, especially that of the sun; for movement such as shaking the head.


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