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

Question 11: An input to the Manage Project Team process is:

A. Work performance reports.
B. Change requests.
C. Activity resource requirements.
D. Enterprise environmental factors.

Question 12: A large portion of a projects budget is typically expended on the processes in which Process Group?

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

Question 13: A project manager providing information to the right audience, in the right format, at the right time is an example of which type of communication?

A. Efficient
B. Effective
C. Push
D. Pull

Question 14: Scope, schedule, and cost parameters are integrated in the:

A. Performance measurement baseline.
B. Analysis of project forecasts.
C. Summary of changes approved in a period.
D. Analysis of past performance.

Question 15: A project in which the scope, time, and cost of delivery are determined as early as possible is following a life cycle that is:

A. Adaptive
B. Predictive
C. Incremental
D. Iterative

Question 16: What is the schedule performance index (SPI) if the planned value (PV) is $100, the actual cost (AC) is $150, and the earned value (EV) is $50?

A. 0.50
B. 0.67
C. 1.50
D. 2.00

Question 17: Which item is an input to the Define Activities process?

A. Schedule data
B. Activity list
C. Risk register
D. Scope baseline

Question 18: Which quality management and control tool is useful in visualizing parent-to-child relationships in any decomposition hierarchy that uses a systematic set of rules that define a nesting relationship?

A. Interrelationship digraphs
B. Tree diagram
C. Affinity diagram
D. Network diagram

Question 19: The only Process Group that comprises processes that typically occur from the beginning to the end of the project life cycle is:

A. Planning.
B. Executing,
C. Monitoring and Controlling.
D. Closing.

Question 20: Which tools or techniques are used in the Plan Schedule Management process?

A. Benchmarking, expert judgment, and analytical techniques
B. Statistical sampling, benchmarking, and meetings
C. Negotiations, pre-assignment, and multi-criteria decision analysis
D. Expert judgment, analytical techniques, and meetings