1．If a project manager communicates a verbal message to a subordinate and the
subordinate leaves without saying a word, the project manager should assume that:
A. The message was understood
B. The message was not understood
C. The message may or not have been understood
D. The information was not appropriate
2．For a project to be successful, the project team must generally do all of the
A. Comply with requirements to meet stakeholder needs, wants, and expectations
B. Balance the competing demands of scope, time, cost, quality, resources, and risk
to produce a quality product.
C. Apply all processes within the Project Management Process Groups uniformly to
meet the project objectives.
D. Select appropriate processes within the Project Management Process Groups that
are required to meet the project objectives.
3．One common way to compute estimated at completion (EAC) is to take the project
A. Divide it by the schedule performance index.
B. Multiply it by the schedule performance index.
C. Multiply it by the cost performance.
D. Divide it by the cost performance index.
4．Before reporting a perceived violation of an established rule or policy the project
A. Determine the risk associated with the violation
B. Ensure there is a reasonably clear and factual basis for reporting the violation
C. Ignore the violation until it actually affects the project results
D. Convene a committee to review the violation and determine the appropriate