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PMP® Full Exam: 1: 200 Questions and Answers

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PMP® Full Exam: 1: 200 Questions and Answers

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This book is developed to help you in passing the Project Management Professional Certification PMP® Exam on your first attempt.

The book is created based on the “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – Fifth Edition” which was PMI certified in 2013. Throughout this book, it will be referred to as the Standard Guide. This book adopts all PMI publications related to the Project Management that were created before the publication date of this edition.

This book contains one Full PMP® sample exam with its detailed answer and explanation, i.e., it has 200 questions and answers. The questions were created based on the “PMI Project Management Professional (PMP)® Handbook” and the PMP Examination Content Outline changes for 2016 exam.

Please note that this book has the same exam, Exam 1, in the “Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide” book by the same author.
Therefore, if you bought “Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide”, there is no need to buy this book.

This book is different from others as it is created by an author who passed the PfMP®, PgMP® and PMP® Exams on his first attempt, so, the author knows how to pass the different exams from the PMI on the first attempt. This reflects the flavor of the questions that you are going to see on the exam. Besides, it covers different examples of each type of the commonly found questions on the PMP® Exam model; including the regular question, table question, and question set.

As a project manager, your practical experience will help you a lot to pass the exam, and it is a critical success factor of your readiness to the exam. However, in this book, you will find a major support to orient you to the examination philosophy that you will face.

PMP, PgMP, and PfMP are registered trademarks by PMI.
This book is not related to PMI or licensed by PMI.

Please note that each question answer has the following details:
- The right answer
- Question Reference: this is referring to the Standard Guide: “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – Fifth Edition” which is registered for PMI in 2013. If the question reference section from the Standard Guide span over few pages, I will mention the page number that is directly related to the subject question
- Clarification and Tips: this is the most important part of the answer that describes the reasons for selecting the right answer and eliminating the three other choices
- Process Group: the name of the process group covering this question
- Process: the process pertained to this question’s subject
- Knowledge Area: the name of the Knowledge Area covering this question

Released:
Nov 29, 2016
ISBN:
9781370223763
Format:
Book

About the author

Leithy Mohamed Leithy is a certified Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP®), Program Management Professional (PgMP®), and Project Management Professional (PMP®). He also had the certification of Project Management Office (PMOC), ITIL, COBIT, and CSSGB. Leithy is originally an engineer in the computer and automatic control, graduated from Ain Shams University in Egypt in 1989. Later, he upgraded his educational level and got his master (MBA) in IT Management from Leicester University in UK. Leithy has extensive experience in portfolio management, program management, project management and PMO. He practiced the implementation of different types of PMO addressing the project management office, program management office, and portfolio management office. He has practical experience in delivering sensitive projects and programs under high pressure, harsh target deadlines, and budget challenges. He developed project management methodology and program management methodology and implemented them in large multi-national organizations. He acquired excellent practical portfolio management experience while managing multiple portfolios and guided the portfolio managers to achieve their target strategic and financial objectives. He worked in Egypt and in the Arabian Gulf area over the last twenty-five years with big firms and international enterprises that strengthened his practical experience and added a lot to his pragmatic thinking. While concentrating on information technology, he interfered with different industries; educational, health, financial, telecommunication, utilities and oil and gas. Combining the practical experience with the academic experience and international certifications creates an excellent understanding of the best practice and the world-class standards. Leithy is the founder of the 6P-Consulting management services company, which is specialized in project, program, portfolio, and PMO management services, www.6P-Consulting.com Leithy is a Udemy instructor for online learning, refer to the Udemy web site to reach the list of courses offered by him. Leithy is a Skillshare teacher for online professional training, go to the Skillshare.com to review the list of classes offered by him. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leithy-leithy-mba-pfmp-pgmp-pmoc-pmp-3a66a916/

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PMP® Full Exam - Leithy Mohamed Leithy

PMP® Full Exam - 1

200 Questions and Answers

Second Edition

by

Leithy Mohamed Leithy

MBA, PfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMOC, COBIT, ITIL, CSSGB

Published By Leithy Mohamed Leithy at Smashwords

Copyright © 2016 Leithy Mohamed Leithy

All rights are reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.

For permission to use material from this text or product, contact us by:

e-mail: support@6p-Consulting.com,

Website: www.6p-Consulting.com

This eBook is licensed for your personal use only. This eBook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you are reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to your favorite eBook retailer and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

Please note that this book has the same exam, Exam 1, in the "Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide" book created by the same author.

Therefore, if you bought "Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide", there is no need to buy this book.

This edition considers the new changes in the Examination Content Outline for 2016 PMP exam.

ISBN-13: 978-1-3702237-6-3

Discover other titles by Leithy Mohamed Leithy:

- Passing the PfMP®: A Study Guide

- Passing the PgMP®: A Study Guide

- Passing the PMP®: A Study Guide

Acknowledgement

To my Wife and my Sons

For their patience and encouragement

About the Author

Leithy Mohamed Leithy is a certified Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP®), Program Management Professional (PgMP®), and Project Management Professional (PMP®). He also has the certification of Project Management Office (PMOC), ITIL, COBIT, and CSSGB.

Leithy is originally an engineer of computer and automatic control, graduated from Ain Shams University in Egypt in 1989. Later, he upgraded his educational level and got his master (MBA) in IT Management from Leicester University in the UK.

Leithy has extensive experience in portfolio management, program management, project management and PMO. He practiced the implementation of project management office, program management office, and portfolio management office for the different models: Supportive, Directive and Controlling.

He has practical experience in delivering sensitive projects and programs under high pressure, harsh target deadlines, and budget challenges. He developed project and program management methodologies and implemented them in large multi-national organizations.

He acquired excellent practical portfolio management experience while managing multiple portfolios and guided the portfolio managers to achieve their target strategic and financial objectives.

He worked in Egypt and in the Arabian Gulf over the last twenty-five years with big firms and international enterprises, strengthening his practical experience and adding a lot to his pragmatic thinking. While concentrating on information technology, he interfered with different industries; educational, health, financial, telecommunication, utilities, and oil and gas.

Combining the practical experience with the academic knowledge and international certifications creates an excellent understanding of the best practice and world-class standards.

Leithy is the founder of the 6P-Consulting management services company, which is specialized in project, program, portfolio, and PMO management services, www.6P-Consulting.com

Contents

About the Author

Introduction

1. Exam 1 - Questions

2. Exam 1 – Questions and Answers

Appendix (A) – Questions Mapping per Knowledge Area

Introduction

This book is developed to help you in passing the Project Management Professional Certification PMP® Exam on your first attempt.

The book is created based on the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – Fifth Edition which was PMI certified in 2013. Throughout this book, it will be referred to as the Standard Guide. This book adopts all PMI publications related to the Project Management that were created before the publication date of this edition.

This book contains one Full PMP® sample exam with its detailed answer and explanation, i.e., it has 200 questions and answers. The questions were created based on the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP)® Handbook and the PMP Examination Content Outline changes for 2016 exam.

Please note that this book has the same exam, Exam 1, in the Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide book by the same author.

Therefore, if you bought Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide, there is no need to buy this book.

This book is different from others as it is created by an author who passed the PfMP®, PgMP® and PMP® Exams on his first attempt, so, the author knows how to pass the different exams from the PMI on the first attempt. This reflects the flavor of the questions that you are going to see on the exam. Besides, it covers different examples of each type of the commonly found questions on the PMP® Exam model; including the regular question, table question, and question set.

As a project manager, your practical experience will help you a lot to pass the exam, and it is a critical success factor of your readiness to the exam. However, in this book, you will find a major support to orient you to the examination philosophy that you will face.

PMP, PgMP, and PfMP are registered trademarks by PMI.

This book is not related to PMI or licensed by PMI.

Please note that each question answer has the following details:

- The right answer

- Question Reference: this is referring to the Standard Guide: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – Fifth Edition which is registered for PMI in 2013. If the question reference section from the Standard Guide span over few pages, I will mention the page number that is directly related to the subject question

- Clarification and Tips: this is the most important part of the answer that describes the reasons for selecting the right answer and eliminating the three other choices

- Process Group: the name of the process group covering this question

- Process: the process pertained to this question’s subject

- Knowledge Area: the name of the Knowledge Area covering this question

For any query, please contact us at support@6P-Consulting.com

1. Exam 1 - Questions

Q1: Thomas, the new project manager, is exerting significant effort to prevent changes to his project, what is your recommendation to Thomas?

(a) I will encourage Thomas to prevent changes to his project to deliver on time

(b) Change is inevitable; therefore, change control process is mandatory for every project, so, I recommend that Thomas concentrates more on change control process

(c) Change is inevitable; therefore, I will advise Thomas to allow changes to his project

(d) None of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q2: Which of the following is part of the Control Scope process?

(a) Ensures all recommended preventive actions are processed through the Perform Integrated Change Control process

(b) Ensures all recommended corrective actions are processed through the Perform Integrated Change Control process

(c) Ensures all requested changes are processed through the Perform Integrated Change Control process

(d) All the above

Question Category: Moderate

Q3: Omar is confused about the quality audit and how it is categorized, how can you help him?

(a) Quality audit is a tool used for quality assurance

(b) Quality audit is a tool used for quality control

(c) Quality audit is a separate process that is not related to quality assurance, nor to quality control

(d) None of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q4: Stakeholders can be categorized as following:

(a) Internal and external

(b) Individual or group

(c) Key and executive

(d) Customers and non-customers

Question Category: Easy

Q5: Allan has approved change request, which requires some changes to the cost and schedule baselines. How will these changes be applied?

(a) Changes to baselines should only show the changes from the current time forward

(b) Changes to baselines should show the changes from the project start till this moment

(c) Changes to baselines should show the changes from the project start and go forward

(d) None of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q6: The assumptions and constraints from the project scope statement are considered when estimating the activity durations. Which of the following might be considered an assumption for this process?

(a) Length of the reporting periods

(b) Existing conditions

(c) Availability of information

(d) All of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q7: Which of the following is part of the Control Risk process?

(a) Tracking identified risks

(b) Monitoring residual risks

(c) Evaluating risk process effectiveness throughout the project

(d) All the above

Question Category: Easy

Q8: You started your project closure activities after twelve months of project duration. If your project consists of three phases, which of the following statements is correctly describing your project closure?

(a) When closing the project, I will review only the information from the current phase closure to ensure that all project work is completed

(b) When closing the project, I will review the information from the current phase closure and the previous phase to ensure that all project work is completed

(c) When closing the project, I will review information from the current phase closure and all prior information from the previous phase closures to ensure that all project work is completed and that the project has met its objectives

(d) None of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q9: Sam is looking for a document that covers schedule variance (SV) and schedule performance index (SPI), and how they are used to assess the magnitude of variation to the original schedule baseline, which document will you guide Sam to review?

(a) Schedule Management Plan

(b) Schedule Variance Plan

(c) Earned Value Management Plan

(d) None of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q10: You are managing one of the important projects in the mechanical industry; you found that the signed contract with one of the vendor has wrong product specifications as per your approved design. What should you do to change the vendor agreement?

(a) I will contact the vendor and ask him to amend the contract by mutual consent and in accordance with the change control terms of the agreement

(b) Agreements cannot be amended; I will cancel the agreement and create another proper one

(c) I will agree verbally with the vendor to produce and deliver the right specification whatever the agreement is

(d) None of the above

Question Category: Difficult

Q11: Which of the following may be considered characterized attribute of the activities dependencies?

(a) Mandatory or discretionary

(b) Finish or start

(c) Strong or weak

(d) All of the above

Question Category: Moderate

Q12: Which of the following are considered meetings between

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    Wrong answers messing up up my understanding. Please take this book off from scribd before any serious damage happens to exam applicants.
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    there are wrong answers mentioned as write.should be modified.pl do
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    very good materials to read before exam. thank you author