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

Question 21: A project charter is an output of which Process Group?

A. Executing
B. Planning
C. Initiating
D. Closing

Question 22: An element of the project scope statement is:

A. Acceptance criteria.
B. A stakeholder list.
C. A summary budget.
D. High-level risks.

Question 23: Which document describes the necessary information to determine if a project is worth the required investment?

A. Cost baseline
B. Service level agreement
C. Memorandum of understanding
D. Business case

Question 24: Which process involves monitoring the status of the project to update the project costs and managing changes to the cost baseline?

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

Question 25: Which group is formally chartered and responsible for reviewing, evaluating, approving, delaying, or rejecting changes to the project and for recording and communicating decisions?

A. Project team
B. Focus group
C. Change control board
D. Project stakeholders

Question 26: Plan Schedule Management is a process in which Knowledge Area?

A. Project Scope Management
B. Project Human Resource Management
C. Project Integration Management
D. Project Time Management

Question 27: An output of the Validate Scope process is:

A. A requirements traceability matrix.
B. The scope management plan.
C. Work performance reports.
D. Change requests.

Question 28: The Perform Integrated Change Control process occurs in which Process Group?

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

Question 29: Which input to the Plan Risk Management process provides information on high-level risks?

A. Project charter
B. Enterprise environmental factors
C. Stakeholder register
D. Organizational process assets

Question 30: Which input may influence quality assurance work and should be monitored within the context of a system for configuration management?

A. Work performance data
B. Project documents
C. Scope baseline
D. Requirements documentation