PMP Questions and Answers for Planning Process Group



PMP Questions and Answers for Planning 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 planning 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. You are in charge of a project and to ensure things go well, you have had monthly meetings with the stakeholders. The project is running on schedule and budget. You are in your fourth month of execution but the stakeholder indicates dissatisfaction with the deliverables. To make changes in the deliverables would
mean a delay in the schedule. What would have been the most important process that could have prevented this situation?
ID: 1875


2. John is managing a project. The project is about three fourths done when the site engineer reports that due to inherent complexities in a certain task the deliverables would get delayed. This would involve additional analysis and then implementation. He requests that this new work that was not envisioned earlier be added to the scope and also the time required be added to the schedule. You and the site engineer have analyzed the impact of this change to cost, and have written up a change request and requested approval from change control board. Just today you have received approval from the change control board. What should be the immediate course of action? ID: 1869


3. You have replaced an earlier project manager in a project .The earlier project manager has left the organization and you are now responsible for the project. On reviewing the project management plan you are disturbed because a number of procurement contracts have been signed and they all turn out to be Cost plus
fixed fee types of contracts. Why are you worried? ID: 1871


4. Your team is in its second month of development. You are managing a software development project for a banking product. In one of the team meetings, a debate arises that if defects were found during Quality Control, they need to undergo Change Control.

Some team members are convinced that all defects should undergo change control while the other half is convinced that defects do not need to undergo change control. Which of the following
statements are untrue? ID: 1872


5. You are responsible for managing a project that deals with laying out a freeway connecting two major port cities. Progress on the project has been smooth and you and your team are very confident on completing the project well within the stipulated timelines. On reviewing you see that the project has also run below the budget resulting in savings. You decide to add an extra feature of reflector strips on the road every mile. You do a quick calculation and are satisfied that neither budget nor schedule will slip. You feel that by adding these extra features you could also bag some future projects as well. This is an example of: ID: 1873


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Ana Arm
Author: Ana Arm

Estd. 2013

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