PMP Questions and Answers for Initiating Process Group

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PMI PMP QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

PMP Questions and Answers for Initiating Process Group

How can someone achieve first attempt pass in PMI PMP certification exam? We all know the answer to that. PMP certification requires a good PMP study plan to pass the exam successfully. Practicing with the relevant PMP questions and answers in initiating process group and other process groups before the exam is one of the steps.

Secondly, you have to stay positive and confident that you will pass. However, most times students fail in the PMI PMP exam because they do not prepare well for it. Others fail because of fear and tension. For you to overcome all these challenges you need to prepare yourself well for the PMP Project Management Professional exam.

Now let’s make you understand the PMP exam content outline. The exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions that outline the five process groups (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing) and nine knowledge areas (Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resource, Communication, Risk, and Procurement).

PMP questions are designed in such a way that each question is related to a project management process (or knowledge area). If for any reason your answer is incorrect, we suggest you go back to the related project management knowledge area and re-read the topic to strengthen your knowledge. In that way, you would have grab all you need to know for each project management process you will see in the PMP Exam.

Our PMP practice questions will help you gain confidence and acquire the right attitude towards the PMP exam. Besides, they will prepare you psychologically and mentally to face the PMP exam and emerge victoriously.

Take the quiz below to test your level of preparedness for the PMP final exams

The aim of a project is to investigate the technical, economic and social feasibility of constructing a hydroelectric dam. The project charter is approved by the project sponsor. What is the next step to be performed?
A. Identify Risks
B. Develop Project Management Plan
C. Develop Project Charter
D. Identify Stakeholders’
Answer: Identify Stakeholders

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1. Jack is a project manager for a construction project that involves building a multipurpose community building. The project is scheduled for 20 months and requires a high efficiency cutting saw at a cost of $750/month. The saw is required periodically throughout the project. The cost of the high efficiency cutting saw is best defined as:

 
 
 
 

2. The difference between maximum funding and the end of cost baseline is:

 
 
 
 

3. A project manager is working for a large software project where he identifies modules in the system and classifies them as simple, medium and complex. He determines their relative coding efforts and refines the estimates based on project-specific factors. This is an example of ___

 
 
 
 

4. Initiating > Integration Management > 4.1 Develop Project Charter
You are evaluating the options to select a project for your company. If project A has a Net Present Value (NVP) of $40,000 and project B has an NVP of $55,000, what is the opportunity cost if project B is selected?

 
 
 
 

5. Initiating > Integration Management > 4.1 Develop Project Charter
You are managing a project to build five bridges. The project consists of five sequential phases with each phase delivering one bridge.
After the first phase of the project is complete, which process group of the second phase should follow?

 
 
 
 

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Ana Arm
Author: Ana Arm

Estd. 2013

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