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Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - 4th edition
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Accelerated Instruction Video Modules (2 hours in 9
Thoroughly Covered in our Organized,
Convenient Video Modules
Overall Goal and overview of developing projects
Projects and project managers responsibilities according to PMI
work breakdown structure
Project management information systems
Project Screening tools
Net present value Screening
The work Authorization system
Project Process Flow
Scope change process
Tested Estimating Formulas Only
Budgeting and controlling
Different types of estimating
Flow charting/Fishbone Charting
Stakeholders Requirements analysis
Design of Experiments
Communication barriers and solution
The 3 Communication Networks
Small continuous improvements
Control chart use
Quality management plan
How to use 5 Quality Control Charts and Diagrams
Sequences and activity requirements
Managing Critical Paths
Activity resource estimating
Rolling Wave Planning
Activity List/Work Package
The Arrow Diagramming Method
How To Reduce the time required for a project
How to estimate time to complete a project
Bottom up Estimating
Task Standard Deviation
Developing a Project Schedule using a network diagram
Using Standard Deviation Analysis
Human Resource Management:
Types of Influence
Responsibility Assignment Matrix
Module 7: Risk Management:
Risk management plan
Root cause identification
How the manager will handle the risk
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Formulas for Estimating Risks
Contract and Procurement Management:
Statements of work
Make or Buy
Relationship of Parties involved
Contractual Work structure
All contract types to be tested
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Details on Sample Questions: We originally started with 3000
questions. The first group of 40 Project management professionals
removed approximately 300 that were either not in line with PMI
questions, too easy, unfair or wrong.
The second group of 37 Project management professionals removed
approximately 400 more questions.
We brought the groups together and they eliminated 300 more than
they could not agree on. As a result you get the most relevant,
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answers can be wordy or all seem like the correct response.
Each 200 Question exam covers all PMBOK®
knowledge areas according to the PMBOK®
Monitoring and Controlling
Initiating (22 questions) 11% of exam
Project Planning (46 questions) 23% of exam
Execution (54 questions) 27% of exam
(42 questions) 21% of exam
Closing (18 questions) 9% of exam
Professional Responsibility (18 questions) 9% of exam
Questions include Answer choices up to D and Questions
include explanations. Questions stems and answer choices are not
simple or childish.
1. Quantitative risk analysis relies on hard numbers. Which
of the following quantitative analysis steps help determines which
individual risks have the greatest impact on the project’s success
and then to escalate the risk management processes on these risk
A. Continuous probability distribution
B. Sensitivity analysis
C. Using the Decision Tree
D. Project Simulation
Explanation: Sensitivity analysis: determines which individual risks
have the greatest impact on the project’s success and then to
escalate the risk management processes on these risk events.
2. As the project manager of the new Project XZA, you have to decide
whether to create a new web application in-house or send the project
out to a developer. The outsource developer you would use quotes the
project cost at $175,000. Based on previous work with this company,
you are 85% certain they will finish the work on time. Your in-house
development team quotes the cost of the work as $165,000. Again,
based on previous experience with your in-house developers, you feel
75%t certain they can complete the work on time. Which of the
following quantitative risk analysis approaches should you use here?
A. Continuous probability distribution
B. Sensitivity analysis
C. Use the Decision Tree
D. Project Simulation
Explanation: Decision Tree: a method to determine which of two
decisions is the best to make.
3. Depending on the project, the conditions, and the potential for
loss or reward, stakeholders will have differing tolerances for
risk. Which of the following best describes the relationship between
the time and costs required to eliminate the chance of failure and
the stakeholder’s risk tolerance level?
A. The time and money costs required to eliminate the chance of
failure is not related to the stakeholders’ level of risk tolerance.
B. The time and money costs required to eliminate the chance of
failure is much higher than the stakeholders’ level of risk
C. The time and money costs required to eliminate the chance of
failure is much lower than the stakeholders’ level of risk
D. The time and money costs required to eliminate the chance of
failure is in proportion to the stakeholders’ tolerance of risk on
Explanation: The time and money costs required to eliminate the
chance of failure is in proportion to the stakeholders’ tolerance of
risk on the project.
4. The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) defines tasks that can be
completed independently of other tasks, facilitating resource
allocation, assignment of responsibilities, and measurement and
control of the project. When planning for risk management, what is
the most important reason to revisit the WBS?
A. In order to identify which tasks can be completed independently
B. In order to facilitate risky resource allocation.
C. In order to assign risky responsibilities.
D. In order to figure out if a work department risk can affect the
Explanation: Choice D is the best answer to this. There may be risks
that should they come to fruition could affect the entire project’s
5. Hanson of the ABC Project Management Company was selected by his
firm to be the project manager for a historical monument. The
monument is to be erected in front of a government building. During
organizational planning, Jonas needs to do the following, except: A.
Identify the people responsible for activities within his company,
the designers, engineers, installers, management, and so on.
B. Purchase the products and tools that are necessary for meeting
the needs of the project scope.
C. Communicate with stakeholders who are not internal to his
organization such as the people that live or work around the
monument location, people who work at the government building, and
various government officials.
D. Identify safety issues, landscaping inquiries, and other concerns
that will come up as the project progresses.
Explanation: B occurs during project procurement and not during
organizational planning preparation.
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