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1Project risk is:

a. an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a negative effect on a project objective.
b. an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive effect on a project objective.
c. an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has a positive or negative effect on a project objective.
d. an uncertain event or condition that cannot be predicted and is covered by adding a contingency allowance to the project cost baseline.
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2Plan risk management is the process of:

a. describing what risks there are and how to manage them.
b. listing all project risks and the resources needed to manage them.
c. defining how to conduct risk management activities for a project.
d. listing all the responses to individual risks that might be found on the project.
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3You have just been assigned as the project manager for a new telecommunications project that is entering the second phase of the project. There appear to be many risks on this project, but no one has evaluated them to assess the range of possible project outcomes. What need to be done?

a. Risk management planning.
b. Quantitative risk analysis.
c. Risk response planning.
d. Risk monitoring and control.
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4Risk identification involves:

a. controlling the risks that might affect a project.
b. determining that a risk has actually occurred.
c. determining the impact a risk might have on the project.
d. determining which risks might affect a project and documenting their characteristics.
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5You are the project manager for a financial services company, working on a project to introduce a new on-line trading scheme for commodity futures. You are starting to identify the risks on the project. Which of the following data inputs will you use?

a. Risk tolerance attitudes, WBS, risk categories, stakeholder register.
b. WBS, risk register, stakeholder register.
c. Risk policies, activity estimates, risk register.
d. Risk register, project scope statement, risk management plan.
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6In identifying project risks, you would use all the following techniques, except:

a. Brainstorming.
b. Monte Carlo analysis.
c. Delphi technique.
d. Interviewing.
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7The outputs of the risk identification process are:

a. List of identified risks.
b. List of identified risks and list of potential responses.
c. Risk register updates.
d. Risk management plan.
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8You are the project manager for a financial services company, working on a project to introduce a new on-line trading scheme for commodity futures. You start to notice that one of your key staff is beginning to go home early and seems generally uncommitted to the project. This is an example of:

a. a risk event.
b. a human resources problem.
c. storming.
d. a trigger or risk symptom.
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9Which of the following sentences best describes when the team and stakeholders identify risks?

a. During scope valiation.
b. After the project charter is received and before the work breakdown structure is created.
c. Whenever there is a change to the project.
d. Before the project charter is created.
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10Qualitative risk analysis prioritizes risks according to:

a. their potential effect on project objectives.
b. their probability of occurrence.
c. their potential impact should they occur.
d. their likely chronological occurrence.
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11You are the project manager for a financial services company, working on a project to introduce a new on-line trading scheme for commodity futures. The company scale for probability is very low, low, moderate, high, very high. This is an example of:

a. an impact scale.
b. a nonlinear scale.
c. a cardinal scale.
d. an ordinal scale.
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12One of the risks you are analyzing on your latest project has very poor data available. You would analyze further using:

a. Risk probability and impact assessment.
b. Probability and impact matrix.
c. Assumptions analysis.
d. Risk data quality assessment.
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13A probability/impact risk rating matrix prioritizes risks by:

a. marking them as low, medium or high.
b. multiplying the probability by the impact.
c. marking them according to the precision of their data.
d. multiplying the probability by the expected monetary value.
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14You’ve decided to quantitatively analyze the most serious risks on your project. Which of the following techniques would you use:

a. brainstorming.
b. Monte Carlo analysis.
c. Delphi technique.
d. root cause analysis.
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15Quantitative Risk Analysis does all of the following, except:

a. prioritizes risks according to their potential effect on project objectives.
b. determines the probability of reaching a specific project objective.
c. quantifies the risk exposure for the project, and determines the size of cost and schedule contingency reserves that may be needed.
d. identifies realistic and achievable cost, schedule, or scope targets.
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16Quantitative Risk Analysis generally follows:

a. risk identification.
b. risk response planning.
c. qualitative risk analysis.
d. risk monitoring and control.
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17Which of the following processes develops options and determines actions to enhance opportunities and reduce threats to the project’s objectives:

a. Plan Risk Responses.
b. Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis.
c. Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis.
d. Monitor and Control Risks.
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18In developing responses to the risks on your current project you will use all of the following techniques, except:

a. avoidance.
b. transference.
c. contingency reserves.
d. acceptance.
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19You are working on a project to develop a new product software. There is a risk that the specialized test equipment will not be available on time, and so you have devised a different approach to testing. This, however, brings with it a smaller risk that the testing might be less accurate. This is an example of:

a. a residual risk
b. a secondary risk
c. a contingency reserve
d. trigger
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20A novice project manager, friend of you, wants to know when passive risk acceptance is an appropriate approach.

a. When the project team is unable to identify any other suitable response strategy.
b. When the probability of occurrence is low.
c. When the risk is a residual risk.
d. When the risk cannot be assessed.
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21The project manager meets with the project team to review lessons learned from previous projects. In what activity is the team involved?

a. Performance reporting.
b. Define scope.
c. Identify risks.
d. Project team status meeting.
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22On your latest project you have decided to accept the consequences of a particular risk, should it occur. In doing so, you might use all of the following, except:

a. a contingency plan.
b. opportunity sharing.
c. contingency reserves.
d. a fallback plan.
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