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    برنامج الجدولة الزمنية
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    PMP questions & answers



    #1. In your project, you create a document to record the code of account identifier, description of work, responsible organization, and a list of schedule milestones. This document can be referred to as:
    1. WBS
    2. WBS Dictionary►
    3. PERT/CPM Charts
    4. Roles and Responsibilities Matrix
    Justification :
    Information in the WBS dictionary includes, but is not limited to, code of account identifier, description of work, responsible organization, list of schedule milestones, associated schedule activities, resources required, cost estimates, quality requirements, acceptance criteria, technical references, and contract information.
    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Pages 121 and 122

    #2. You are working for a semi-conductor company. There have been several instances in the past week when a few circuits have not been giving accurate results. You have been assigned the task of determining the probable cause for the variations. Which tool would you use?
    1. Control Chart
    2. Ishikawa Diagrams►
    3. Pareto Diagrams
    4. Inspection
    Justification :
    Ishikawa diagrams or cause and effect diagrams or fishbone diagrams illustrate how various factors might be linked to potential problem or effects.
    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, page 208

    #3. You have recently joined as a project manager in a company where they follow a projectized organizational structure. All your team members work in the same office where you have a lot of independence and authority. All the following are advantages of a projectized organizational structure EXCEPT:
    1. Loyalty to the project
    2. Home for the team members after the project is completed►
    3. Effective communication
    4. Efficiency in project organization
    Justification :
    In a projectized organization, most of the organizational resources are involved in the project work. The project team members do not belong to a specific functional group and hence do not have any "home" once the project is over.
    Reference: PMstudy.com comments

    #4. Verify Scope is the process of obtaining stakeholder`s formal acceptance of the completed project deliverables. In this context, which statement related to Verify Scope process is correct?
    1. Verify Scope process is similar to Quality Control process.
    2. ►Verify Scope process is normally performed after Quality Control process, but these two processes may also be performed in parallel.
    3. Verify Scope process indicates the end of a project.
    4. Verify Scope process is the final sign-off from the sponsor and customer.
    Justification :
    Quality Control is generally performed before scope verification, but these two processes can be performed in parallel.
    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page Number:123

    #5. Your organization has to follow some guidelines and policies while recruiting people. From your project perspective, these guidelines and policies will be classified as:
    1. Regulations
    2. Best practices
    3. Assumptions
    4. Constraints►
    Justification :
    Most of the organizations involved in the project may have policies, guidelines, or procedures governing staff acquisitions. When they operate, such practices act as a constraint on the staff acquisition process.
    Reference: PMstudy.com comments

    #6. As a buyer, during Administer Procurements, you have recently conducted an audit of your seller to determine weaknesses in the seller`s processes that need to be corrected. You want to document the results of the audit and the communications with the seller. This should be done using:
    1. Performance reports
    2. Correspondence►
    3. Change requests
    4. Procurement audits
    Justification :
    Correspondence: Contract terms and conditions often require written documentation of certain aspects of buyer/seller communications, such as the need for warnings of unsatisfactory performance and requests for contract changes or clarification. This can include the reported results of buyer audits and inspections that indicate weaknesses the seller needs to correct.
    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page Number:340

    #7. While making presentations, the difference between a milestone chart and a bar chart is that unlike bar charts, milestone charts:
    1. Show activity start and end dates
    2. Show dependencies among tasks
    3. ►Identify the scheduled start or completion of major deliverables only and not all the tasks
    4. Show supporting details
    Justification :
    Milestone charts are similar to bar charts, but they only identify the scheduled start or completion of major deliverables and key external interfaces
    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page 157
    PMstudy.com comments: Usually, milestone charts are used for presentations to senior management but bar charts are used for presentations to middle and junior management.

    #8. In your project, you have established tools to ensure that appropriate information is available to project stakeholders in a timely manner. In this context, if there is a conversation taking place using a sender-receiver model, which of the following statements is NOT correct:
    1. The sender is responsible for making the information clear, unambiguous, and complete.
    2. The receiver confirms that the information is properly understood.
    3. The receiver is responsible for making sure that the information is completely received and understood.
    4. ►The receiver should agree with the sender about the message being communicated
    Justification :
    The sender is responsible for making the information clear, unambiguous, and complete. This is done so that the receiver can receive it correctly, and confirm that it is properly understood. The receiver is responsible for making sure that the information is received in its entirety and understood correctly.
    Please note that the receiver need not "agree" with the sender about the message being communicated.
    Reference: PMstudy.com comments

    #9. You are the project manager of a construction company planning to build a water treatment plant close to a residential locality. The project owner and sponsor have obtained all the legal clearances for the project. Some of the residents of the locality have approached you with concerns on the probable impact of the project on the environment. In this case, you must:
    1. Go ahead as planned, because all the statutory approvals have been obtained
    2. Try to fairly resolve issues among the stakeholders►
    3. Communicate this issue to the senior management of the company and ask them to take necessary steps
    4. Give a high priority to the interests of your company while trying to resolve conflicts with local residents
    Justification :
    The project manager should make decisions and take actions based on the best interests of the society, public safety, and the environment. Also, the project manager must identify the stakeholders, determine their requirements, and then manage and influence the requirements in such a way as to ensure a successful project.
    Please note:
    Option 1: This is not appropriate because this would mean ignoring an important stakeholder "the residents of the locality", who are going to be directly affected by the plant.
    Option 3: As a project manager, it is your responsibility to manage the requirements of different stakeholders. This option requires you to shirk that responsibility and pass on the buck to your company management.
    Option 4: All stakeholders must be managed equitably (and without bias) for successful implementation of the project.
    Reference: PMstudy.com comments

    #10. In your construction project, the CPI is 1.30 and SPI is 0.85. What could be the possible reason?
    1. ►A critical resource went on sick leave for a long period of time, which had not been anticipated earlier.
    2. The cost of raw materials required for construction increased by 10%.
    3. You had not taken into account the inflation rate.
    4. There was four days waiting time in the curing of concrete, and work could not be done during that time.
    Justification :
    Options 2 and 3 increase the costs. Since the project cost is not a problem (i.e., CPI is > 1), we can ignore these options. Option 4 is a known factor and a provision should have been made in the project schedule for it. Option 1 is the only alternative that could have increased the schedule time and made SPI < 1.

    Reference: PMstudy.com comments
    Also refer to PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page Number: 183


    #11. You are in the process of creating a risk management plan for your project. This plan will describe how risk management will be structured and performed on the project. Your risk management plan may include:
    1. Avoided, transferred, mitigated, and accepted risks
    2. Risk audits, reserve analysis, and technical performance measurement
    3. Risk audits, triggers, and inputs to other processes
    4. Budgeting, timing, and risk categories►
    Justification :
    The risk management plan includes the following: methodology, roles and responsibilities, budgeting, timing, and risk categories.
    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page Numbers:279 and 280
    PMstudy.com comments:
    Option 1: This is done after Plan Risk Responses process
    Option 2: This is done during Monitor and Control Risks process
    Option 3: This is done during Identify Risks process

    #12. You are the project manager for a construction project, and 121 people report to you. Your job requires that you allocate work to others and ensure that the work is done on time. The tool you use is:
    1. Work Breakdown Structure
    2. Work Authorization System►
    3. PERT/CPM/Network diagrams
    4. WBS dictionaries
    Justification :
    Work Authorization System: It is a collection of formal documented procedures that define how the project work is authorized to ensure that work is done by the identified organization, at the right time, and in proper sequence. It includes the steps, documents, tracking system, and defined approval levels needed to issue work authorizations.

    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page 444

    #13. Perform Quality Control is the process of monitoring and recording results of executing the quality activities to assess performance and recommend necessary changes. To evaluate quality control outputs, the project team should definitely have a working knowledge of:
    1. Prevention and inspection
    2. Sampling and probability►
    3. Special causes and random causes
    4. Tolerances and control limits
    Justification :
    The project management team should have a working knowledge of statistical quality control, especially sampling and probability, to help evaluate quality control outputs.

    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page 206

    #14. A project manager has to manage different stakeholder expectations. Project sponsor and customer are two very important stakeholders in any project. In this context, project sponsor and customer do all the following EXCEPT:
    1. Take into account risk tolerance
    2. Provide key events, milestones, and deliverable due dates
    3. Formally accept the product of the project
    4. ►Provide financial resources for the project
    Justification :
    Statements 1, 2, and 3 are correct.

    Statement 4 is incorrect - A sponsor is the person or a group that provides the financial resources, in cash or in kind, for the project... The customer/users are the persons or organizations that will use the project`s product or service or result.

    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page 25

    PMstudy.com comments: Customers do not provide financial resources for the project.

    #15. Which of the following statements related to Verify Scope and Perform Quality Control processes is accurate?
    1. Verify Scope is concerned with correctness of the work results, while Perform Quality Control is primarily concerned with acceptance of the work results.
    2. ►Verify Scope is concerned with acceptance of the work results, while Perform Quality Control is primarily concerned with correctness of the work results.
    3. Verify Scope is done only after changes are approved by the change control board.
    4. Both Verify Scope and Perform Quality Control processes are always done sequentially.


    Justification :
    Scope verification differs from quality control in that scope verification is primarily concerned with acceptance of the deliverables, while quality control is primarily concerned with correctness of the deliverables and meeting the quality requirements specified for the deliverables.

    Reference: PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition, Page 123


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