PMP Five Sample Questions

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This presentation will showcase free sample PMP® questions that will help and guide you in studying for your PMP® exam

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PMP Five Sample Questions

  1. 1. PMP® Sample Questions PMI, PMP, CAPM, PgMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP and PMBOK are trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. PMI has not endorsed and did not participate in the development of this publication. PMI does not sponsor this publication and makes no warranty, guarantee or representation, expressed or implied as to the accuracy or content. Every attempt has been made by OSP International LLC to ensure that the information presented in this publication is accurate and can serve as preparation for the PMP certification exam. However, OSP International LLC accepts no legal responsibility for the content herein. This document should be used only as a reference and not as a replacement for officially published material. Using the information from this document does not guarantee that the reader will pass the PMP certification exam. No such guarantees or warranties are implied or expressed by OSP International LLC.
  2. 2. This presentation will showcase free sample PMP® questions that will help and guide you in studying for your PMP® exam Find more free sample questions when you visit www.free-pm-exam-questions.com and free.pm-exam-simulator.com
  3. 3. To calculate the total project cost, you use a technique that uses input values selected at random from probability distribution of possible cost. Which of the following options best describes this method? a. Automated Schedule Development. b.Monte Carlo Analysis. c. Schedule Risk Analysis. d.e-Pert. Sample PMP® Exam Question HINT: This is a simulation technique.
  4. 4. The correct answer is B Monte Carlo analysis is a simulation technique. It uses computer models and estimates of risk usually expressed as a probability distribution of possible costs or durations at a detailed work level. Answer and Explanation
  5. 5. Which of the following tasks will not be done by the processes in the planning process group? a. Define and refine objectives. b.Plan the course of action required to attain the objectives. c. Identify the project scope. d.Integrate people and other resources to carry out the project management plan for the project. Sample PMP® Exam Question HINT: What is the function of the Direct and Manage Project Work process?
  6. 6. The correct answer is D Integrating resources is the task of the Direct and Manage Project Work process that belongs to the executing process group. Answer and Explanation
  7. 7. A project manager is making a quantitative assessment of the probable cost of the resources required to complete the schedule activities. He considers inflation allowance and a special cost contingency reserve. Which type of estimation is this an example of?_x000D_ a. Parametric Estimation b.Activity Cost estimation c. Cost aggregation d.Funding Limit Reconciliation Sample PMP® Exam Question Hint: The PM is determining the activity costs and contingency reserve requirements.
  8. 8. The correct answer is B The PM is determining the activity costs and contingency reserve requirements. This is a part of the Estimate Costs process. Answer and Explanation
  9. 9. The total actual cost incurred in accomplishing a task on the schedule activity is $650 and the earned value on the schedule activity is $900. What would the cost performance index indicate? a. Cost overruns. b.Cost underrun. c. Cost as per estimation d.Project progress Sample PMP® Exam Question HINT: CPI = EV / AC
  10. 10. The correct answer is B CPI=EV/AC, EV = 900, AC = 650. Therefore, CPI = 1.38. CPI > 1 indicates cost underrun. Answer and Explanation
  11. 11. Management decided to introduce a quality management program which required the employees to learn statistical process control techniques. The employees responded negatively to this change. What can be the probable reason for this? a. They fear they will lose their job b.Threat of safety c. Change will lower their income d.Fear of the unknown Sample PMP® Exam Question HINT: This fear results in resistance to change
  12. 12. The correct answer is D The employees are resisting because they are not familiar with the new technique. Fear of the unknown is a very common human characteristic. They fear that they will not be able to perform on the job. The PM should use his/her interpersonal skills to manage this resistance to change. Answer and Explanation

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