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PMP Practice Exam Questions – Project Scope Management (Part 2)

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Willing to pass the PMP Certification Exam before January, 2021 (as new changes are taking place in January, 2021)? This is part-2 in series of PMP Practice Exam Questions related to Project Scope Management for PMP Certification Sixth Edition covering Project Scope Management related questions. In previous part, we discussed PMP Exam questions related to Project Integration Management.

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PMP Practice Exam Questions List – Scope Management:

Here is the list of PMP Practice Exam Questions related to Project Scope Management.


Question 1:

Various tools and techniques determine project requirements during the Collect Requirements process. These requirements form the basis for defining the project scope. One of the responsibilities of a project manager is to identify key project deliverables during this exercise. Where are the key project deliverables documented?

Choose the correct option?

  • A) Scope Management Plan
  • B) Requirement Management Plan
  • C) Project Scope Statement
  • D) Accepted Deliverables

Correct Answer: C

Check out the solution:

The project scope Management statement provides the product description, acceptance criteria, key deliverables, project boundaries, assumptions, and constraints about the project. The scope management plan and the requirements management plan are the subsidiary plans of the overall project scope management plan and they detail how the project team needs to manage the project scope and requirements respectively. These plans do not document the actual scope of the project. Accepted deliverables is the wrong answer since deliverables are accepted post-completion and validation, the identification of the key deliverable is done early during the planning of the project. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 154]

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Question 2:

The Requirement Traceability Matrix helps in tracing all the following except?

  • A) Requirements to project objectives
  • B) Requirements to project scope
  • C) Requirements to test strategy
  • D) Requirements to project risk

Correct Answer: D

Check out the solution:

Requirements Traceability Matrix is an output of the Collect Requirements process. It is used for tracing requirements to project scope, objectives, and strategy. Tracing requirements to project risk is not a valid use. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 149]

Question 3:

The output of the Validate Scope process is accepted deliverables that are formally signed off by the stakeholders. The stakeholders, on some projects, can get involved with the project as early as?

  • A) During the project initiation
  • B) During the project planning
  • C) During the project execution
  • D) During the project monitoring & controlling

Correct Answer: A

Check out the solution:

The stakeholders may get involved as early as project initiation to provide inputs about required quality of deliverables so that Control Quality can assess the performance and recommend necessary changes. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 131]


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Question 4:

The WBS represents all product and project work. The total work at the lowest levels should roll up to the higher levels so that nothing is left out and no extra work is performed. This principle is also the?

  • A) 100 percent rule
  • B) 80/20 rule
  • C) Pareto’s rule
  • D) Ground rule

Correct Answer: A

Check out the solution:

The WBS represents all product and project work. The total work at the lowest levels should roll up to the higher levels so that nothing is omitted and no extra work is performed. This principle is also called the 100% rule. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 161]

Question 5:

A management control point where scope, budget and schedule are integrated and compared to earned value for performance measurement is?

  • A) Code of accounts
  • B) Control packages
  • C) Control account
  • D) Account Plan

Correct Answer: C

Check out the solution:

This is a control account. Control accounts are placed at selected management points of the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). Each control account may include one or more work packages, but each of the work packages must be associated with only one control account. [PMBOK 6th edition, Page 161]


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