Lesson 1

Test 1

Question 1: A Project is ...
  • (A) an endeavor that consists of more than 100 unique tasks and/or sub-tasks.
  • (B) the combination of time and cost constrained tasks and/or sub-tasks.
  • (C) an endeavor undertaken in order to create a result which is unique in terms of scope, schedule, and budget.
  • (D) the coordination of all the activities necessary to achieve a unique goal.
Your answer:

Question 2: Which one of the following is a project?
(mark with y or n)
  1. Construction of a new airport tower for Bangkok International Airport.
  2. Production of a car of type X of car manufacturer GREEN CARS.
  3. Design and development of type X.1 of car manufacturer GREEN CARS.
  4. Cleaning of all windows of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur.
  5. Painting of all window frames of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur.
  6. Merging two major departments of our company.
Question 3: What are the characteristic elements of the triple constraint of a project?
  • (A) Goal definition, planning the schedule, and calculating the budget.
  • (B) Human resources, tools, and material.
  • (C) Result, milestones, and cost of manpower of the project.
  • (D) Budget, schedule, and scope of the project.
Your answer:

Question 4: In which project phase(s) should we spend more effort in order to minimize cost overrun?
  • (A) In implementation phase.
  • (B) In definition and planning phase.
  • (C) In planning and implementation phase.
  • (D) In closing phase.
Your answer:

Question 5: Please assign each one of the following activities to the right project management phase:
D = Definition Phase, P = Planning Phase
I = Implementation Phase, C = Closure Phase
  1. Integrate sub-modules into a sub-system.
  2. Prepare the final cost calculation.
  3. Set up the project budget.
  4. Prepare and obtain the design approval.
  5. Prepare the list of requirements of the project result.
  6. Manufacture parts of one sub-module.

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