Over 600 PMI Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Exam Questions and Answers

Question 171: The primary benefit of the Plan Schedule Management process is that it:

A. provides guidance to identify time or schedule challenges within the project.
B. tightly links processes to create a seamless project schedule.
C. guides how the project schedule will be managed throughout the project.
D. creates an overview of all activities broken down into manageable subsections.

Question 172: Variance and trend analysis is a tool and technique used in which process?

A. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
B. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
C. Control Risks
D. Plan Risk Responses

Question 173: Analytical techniques are a tool and technique of which process in Project Procurement Management?

A. Plan Procurement Management
B. Control Procurements
C. Conduct Procurements
D. Close Procurements

Question 174: Impacts to other organizational areas, levels of service, and acceptance criteria are typical components of which document?

A. Business case
B. Work breakdown structure
C. Requirements documentation
D. Risk register

Question 175: Which Process Group includes the Manage Stakeholder Engagement process?

A. Executing
B. Planning
C. Monitoring and Controlling
D. Initiating

Question 176: Funding limit reconciliation is a tool and technique of which Project Cost Management process?

A. Estimate Costs
B. Control Costs
C. Plan Cost Management
D. Determine Budget

Question 177: The following is a network diagram for a project.

What is the critical path for the project?

A. A-B-D-G
B. A-B-E-G
C. A-C-F-G
D. A-C-E-G

Question 178: The following is a network diagram for a project.

The total float for the project is how many days?

A. 3
B. 5
C. 7
D. 9

Question 179: Tools and techniques used in Direct and Manage Project Work include:

A. Process analysis and expert judgment
B. Analytical techniques and a project management information system
C. Performance reviews and meetings
D. Expert judgment and meetings

Question 180: Completion of the product scope is measured against the product:

A. prototypes
B. requirements
C. analyses
D. benchmarks