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  1.  Why must the Verify Scope be completed in a project?

    A) To obtain scope documents from recent similar projects for benchmarking
    B) To determine if the scope is assigned the correct complexity level
    C) To obtain formal acceptance of deliverables by the customer or sponsor
    D) To ensure the project team is all aware of the scope

    Your answer=C, Correct answer= , Work Sheet:

  2.  Linda is a project manager managing the 'Online Banking' project. The project has completed phase 1 and is moving into the next phase of the project. What is the process Linda has to plan for, to ensure that the project requirements have been met in phase 1 and the project can move to the next phase?

    A) Administer Procurements
    B) Verify Scope
    C) Perform Quality Assurance
    D) Close Procurements

    Your answer=B, Correct answer= , Work Sheet:

  3.  Which of the following processes is not a part of Project Scope Management?

    A) Create WBS
    B) Perform Quality Control
    C) Control Scope
    D) Collect Requirements

    Your answer=B, Correct answer= , Work Sheet:

  4.  Uncontrolled project scope changes are often referred to as ________ .

    A) Scope creep
    B) Scope verification
    C) Value Added Scope
    D) Scope control

    Your answer=A, Correct answer= , Work Sheet:

  5.  Which of the following is not a Group Creativity Technique used in the Collect Requirements process?

    A) Nominal group technique
    B) Idea diagram
    C) Mind mapping
    D) Affinity diagram

    Your answer=D, Correct answer= , Work Sheet:

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