Quick Quiz: Fundamentals

Quick Quizzes are a great way to assess how much you learned during the PMP Boot Camp. They aren't called "Quick" because they are short or take a small amount of time, but rather because you should be able to answer each question quickly. You probably won't see many questions like this on the PMP exam, but it is a good way to solidify the base knowledge upon which you must draw to answer PMP situational, behavioral questions. This Quick Quiz will help you obtain the 1st of the 3 keys to passing the PMP Exam: An in-depth understanding of the PMBOK. 

Quick Quizzes are timed based on an average of 72 seconds per question.

If you cannot answer all of these questions correctly, go back and study the student guides, read the PMBOK, and prepare questions to ask your instructor during the next class session.

To obtain an in-depth understanding of the PMBOK

Put the 5 Process Groups in order:

–°ombine elements from the left column with the elements on the right
Monitoring & Controlling

How many Knowledge Areas are there?

How many Processes are there?

What is the weakest type of PM?

In what organizational type is the PM the strongest?

In what organizational type are the PM and FM equal?

What is the Triple Constraint?

What is the term for how the project plan is updated and refined incrementally in more detail as more information becomes available.

Which of the following is not an Enterprise Environmental Factor?

Which of the following is not an Organizational Process Asset?

The series of phases that a project passes through from its initiation to its closure is called:

In what type of project can scope, time and cost be determined early in the project?

Project life cycles can have many product life cycles.

Which of the following is not a project?

Which of the following does not help identify a stakeholder?

A unique output of a project required to complete a process, phase or project:

A group of projects managed together to obtain certain efficiencies:

Which type of PMO provides all the Project Managers in an organization?

A Project Manager should satisfy what 3 needs?

What type of PM makes some decisions, but must get senior management approval for complicated issues?

Which type of organization provides clear employee career paths, but in which projects are low priority?