نمونه سوالات Scope - PMP
1. Which of the following is not a Group Creativity Technique used in the Collect Requirements process?
A. Nominal group technique
B. Pareto chart
C. Mind mapping
D. Affinity diagram
2. Linda is a project manager in charge of an online banking project. The project has completed phase 1 and is moving into the next phase of the project. Which of the following processes must be carried out first for the phase 2?
A. Define Scope
B. Identify Stakeholders
C. Develop Project Charter
D. Develop Project Management Plan
3. Which of the following processes is not a part of the Project Scope Management?
A. Create WBS
B. Control Quality
C. Control Scope
D. Collect Requirements
4. The WBS is finalized by establishing control accounts for the work packages and a unique identifier from a code of accounts. This provides a structure for hierarchical summation of:
A. Schedule and requirements information
B. Cost and requirements information
C. Cost and resource information
D. Cost, schedule and resource information
5. Uncontrolled project scope changes are often referred to as ________ .
A. Scope creep
B. Scope verification
C. Value Added Scope
D. Scope control
6. While managing a project, you have included the product acceptance criteria in the Quality Management Plan. When reviewing your plan, a senior manager asks you look at this closely. You then realize that what you have done is incorrect. Where should you actually place the product acceptance criteria?
A. Project Charter
B. Change control process
C. Project Scope Statement
D. Scope Verification Plan
7. The Project Scope Management is primarily concerned with:
A. Defining the scope of work that is included in the project.
B. Defining and controlling what is and what is not included in the project.
C. The scope of work that is required during the initiation phase.
D. Defining the specifications and functionality of the work product
8. A project manager approaches you to understand the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) in better detail. You tell her that:
A. The WBS is a detailed project plan and includes the effort, resources and dates on which the tasks for the project are completed.
B. The WBS is a task oriented decomposition of work that identifies each task and the resource required to accomplish the task.
C. The WBS is a deliverable oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be accomplished by the project team to accomplish project objectives.
D. The WBS is a Gantt chart which contains details about the project deliverables required to be done by the project team.
9. Why must the Validate Scope be completed in a project?
A. To obtain scope documents from recent similar projects for benchmarking
B. To determine if the scope is assigned the correct complexity level
C. To obtain formal acceptance of deliverables by the customer or sponsor
D. To ensure the project team is all aware of the scope
10. A project manager wants to use a group decision making technique to generate, classify and prioritize requirements. Which of these is not a valid group decision making technique?
1. B - The Pareto chart is not a Group Creativity Technique. The others are valid techniques. Additional techniques are Brainstorming and the Delphi Technique. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 115] [Project Scope Management]
2. B - Linda needs to initiate the second phase of her project. There is no need to revisit the Develop Project Charter process. However, she needs to revisit the Identify Stakeholders process to determine any change in the stakeholders for the second phase of the project. Stakeholder identification is a continuous process.
[PMBOK 5th edition, Page 31] [Project Stakeholder Management]
3. B - Control Quality is not a part of the Project Scope management process. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 105]
4. D - The WBS is finalized by establishing control accounts for the work packages and a unique identifier from a code of accounts. This provides a structure for hierarchical summation of costs, schedule and resource information.[PMBOK 5th edition, Page 132] [Project Scope Management]
5. A - Scope creep is often viewed negatively, but can be managed using a change control process. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 137] [Project Scope Management]
6. C - The project scope statement documents and addresses the characteristics and boundaries of the project and its associated products and services, as well as product acceptance criteria and scope control. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 123] [Project Scope Management]
7. B - Project Scope Management includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required and only the work required to complete the project successfully. It is primarily concerned with defining
and controlling what is included and what is not included in the project. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 105] [Project Scope Management]
8. C - The WBS is a deliverable oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be accomplished by the project team to accomplish project objectives. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 132] [Project Scope Management]
9. C - Validate Scope is the process of formalizing acceptance of the completed project deliverables by the customer or sponsor of the project. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 133] [Project Scope Management]
10. B - Singularity is not a valid method to reach a group decision. The other choices are valid methods to reach a group decision. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 115] [Project Scope Management]