PMP Sample Test 34

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

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1. Decisions as to the types of projects that should be accomplished and strategic plans as to the quality of the projects that are required should be the decision of which of the following?


2. A project manager decides to go out for bids on some of the project work that must be done as part of the contract to do a project for another customer. The bids are received and evaluated, and the seller with the lowest bid is selected. The cost of the contract to the project can further be reduced by what action?


3. Which of the following would not be a part of the procurement management process?


4. The project team has delivered a deliverable to the customer. The deliverable contains defects that are easily correctable. There is a good relationship with the customer and the customer agrees to make the repairs and correct the defects on the item and invoice supplier for the work that was done. This is considered to be a:


5. A project manager is managing a large project and must consider the application of a quality management plan. One of the critical factors in such a plan is the cost of implementing the plan. The project manager should:


6. According to Deming and Juran most of the quality problems that exist are due to a defect or failure in processes that are controlled by:


7. A project manager is considering applying learning curve theory to his project. The project involves designing a number of software modules that are very similar. According to the cost figures that have been collected the first unit required 100 person-hours to design and test. The second unit required 90 person-hours to design and test. How many person-hours will the eighth module take to design and test?


8. Forward buying will:


9. The process required to ensure that the project will satisfy the needs for which it was undertaken include all activities of the overall management function that determines the quality policy, objectives, and responsibilities and implements them by means such as quality planning, quality control, quality assurance, and quality improvement, within the quality system. This is called:


10. The equivalent of cost-reimbursable contracts is frequently termed:


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