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Sample Exam Questions for the BVOP Project Management Certification Test

Here is a sample of the BVOP Project Management Certification Test Exam Questions. The questions are only part of the real exam. We have not provided the correct answers as The BVOP Ultimate Guide is a free resource.

We share a sample of the test questions to get an idea of ​​them. This will give you a more realistic assessment of the true project management certification test.

Exam Sample Test Questions for Project Management Certification

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Which of the following is most true? BVOP is:

Modern principles for improving business around the world.

Modern extension to project, human and product management.

Modern programming principles for IT products.

Modern principles for increasing profits. 

Which of the following is true? 

BVOP should be practiced directly as it is presented in the guide.

BVOP should be practiced only after a modification by project managers.

BVOP can be practiced directly or modified depending on the needs.

BVOP should be implemented in an organization after enough teams request it. 

Which of the following is true? 

BVOP teach people programming and usability.

BVOP teach people proactivity and responsibility.

BVOP teach people how to increase profits.

BVOP teach people how not to fail their projects. 

An important goal of the BVOP is: 

To increase the workforce.

Optimize waste in the organization.

Improve the image of organizations.

Training the members of human resources departments on how to make better staff analyzes. 

Which of the following is true about the BVOP? 

Adding business value to board of directors and CEOs.

Adding business value to products, services or processes.

Adding business value points to project management planning practices.

Adding business value points to product management planning practices. 

Which of the following is true? 

Continuously improving and developing people and organizations is not a primary goal of the BVOP.

Continuously improving and developing project management roles is a primary goal of the BVOP.

Continuously improving and developing people and organizations is a primary goal of the BVOP.

Continuously improving and developing people and organizations is not a primary goal of the BVOP. 

Which of the following is most true? 

Projects, products, priorities, and programming are equally valued.

Processes, people, priorities, and products are equally valued.

Processes, people, priorities, and products are not equally valued.

Projects, products, priorities, and planning are equally valued.

Which is most true of the stakeholders in the projects of the program? 

Stakeholders have the same interest and the same level of involvement.

Stakeholders have different interests and the same level of involvement.

Stakeholders have different interests and different levels of involvement.

Stakeholders have no interest and level of involvement. 

When defining projects dependencies which of the following should be considered? 

Availability and schedule of internal teams

Availability and schedule of external teams

Both are true

Both are wrong 

When defining dependencies between projects which of the following should be considered? 

Availability of authorities, suppliers, and supervisors

Availability of internal and external teams

Both are true

Both are wrong 

What should be considered when planning program initiatives? 

Stakeholders financial status

Dependencies between projects

The opinion of the program manager

The annual report of the organization 

Essential program planning activities may involve: 

Prioritizing projects for realization by the state of local markets

Defining the high-level standards for measuring usability

Both are true

Both are wrong 

Program planning activities may include: 

Planning milestones

Escalations planning

Both are true

Both are wrong 

Why is it a good idea to prioritize projects in the program? 

Ensuring visibility of which projects need to be created first and require investment

Providing the convenience of project managers to achieve business value in their work

Ensure that program managers work properly and increase their productivity

Ensuring teamwork is calm, leading to business value for the organization 

What is the level of description of projects scope when defining and planning a program? 

The scope needs to be described at a high-level

The scope needs to be described in detail to avoid mistakes

The scope needs to be described in high detail by giving real examples of current products

The scope should not be described but provided by the customers 

What can you do if the program needs additional tools or technology? 

Program projects that require additional needs are removed from the plan.

Program projects that require additional needs are implemented last.

Define needs and plan them for provision.

Start the projects without the extra needs. 

What events may be defined when planning program milestones? 

Starting training programs

Personnel Dismissal

Recruitment of staff

All of the above are not appropriate 

Is it a good idea to provide a buffer time between different phases and milestones 

No, because it leads to losses

No, because this will extend the total time for the projects and the program

Yes, because some phases may continue beyond their estimated time

Yes, because it will reduce the stress of the teams 

Which of the following may be important milestones in program projects? 

Gathering requirements and releases of product samples

Repairing the design phase and marketing analysis

Removing and adding acceptances phases

Marketing campaigns and Human resources training 

Planning projects realizations and resources should take into account: 

Phases that may go beyond predicted time frames

Phases that require the intervention of technical teams

Phases that are not agreed with program directors

Phases that can be skipped 

Program communication planning may include:

Defining communication needs

Planning communication needs and channels with external parties

Both are true

Both are wrong 

Program communication planning may include: 

Installation of communication tools between the organization and external stakeholders

Soft skills training for marketing teams

Both are true

Both are wrong 

Defining communication needs may include 

Consent to provide transparent financial statements

A business-oriented definition of communication

Agreement on communication frequency and details.

None of these are true 

Escalation planning may include: 

Lowering the prices of the products offered

Appointing a specific HR specialist for each problematic topic

Defining parties and roles that may be involved in emergent issues

Defining parties and roles that may be involved in product management activities 

Escalation planning may include: 

Training of HR teams to assist in communication with clients

Training parties and roles of importance to work faster and more effectively

Training parties and roles of the importance to make independent decisions

Training parties and roles of the importance of the escalation process. 

Should external parties interested in the program be involved in communication? 

No, they will interfere with work

Yes

Only if the program director allows

Yes, but only if their employees do not mind 

Projects release planning in the context of the program may include: 

Defining all project managers for the program and their responsibilities

Defining all roles involved in project releasing and their responsibilities

Defining all technical teams in the projects and their responsibilities

Defining all human resource managers and their responsibilities 

Program risk management may include: 

Risk identification of all projects

Potential project risk influencing other projects

Risk avoidance planning

All of these are true 

Program risk management may include: 

Product risks prioritization

Potential HR risk influencing other projects

Risk owners prioritization

All of these are wrong 

The risk identification of all projects may be detailed with the participation of: 

All external stakeholders

All product managers and assistants in the program

All project management roles

All of these are wrong 

Risk identification for all projects can be arranged in advance and if: 

Multiple teams and stakeholders have important views on risk

Multiple teams work on multiple projects simultaneously

Multiple teams work on different projects in the program

Multiple teams work independently and have no shared views on risk 

Which of the following is most true? 

Risk items may be prioritized, so most likely to occur topics are placed on the top of the program risk list.

Risk items may be prioritized, so most likely to occur topics are highlighted in a distinctive color and are indicated.

Risk items may be prioritized, so most likely to occur topics are deleted from the program risk list.

None of the above is true. 

A risk that may influence other projects: 

Should be avoided

Delegated to project managers

Needs special attention

Discussed with an independent authority 

Every risk needs: 

Avoidance Plan

Risk Manager

Contract

Project Manager 

Each risk item needs: 

An assigned owner that is usually an individual working on the project

An assigned project management office owner with extensive risk management experience

An assigned client representative specialized in communication with all departments

None of the above is true 

What does the risk owner usually do? 

Оbserve the differences in the estimated risk budget.

Observe early risk symptoms of their assigned risk items.

Manage risk plans.

Manage other team members that do not work on risk management. 

A risk that may influence multiple projects: 

Has multiple owners assigned from each project that may be impacted.

Has multiple project managers with high-risk management skills.

Has multiple product owners and business analysts.

Has multiple owners assigned from the same project 

Stakeholders are considered to be: 

Individuals, a group of individuals that may terminate the program at any time

Individuals, a group of individuals that may influence the program

Individuals, a group of individuals that may add new projects to the program without the permission of the directors

Individuals, a group of individuals that may remove projects from the program without the permission of the directors

 

Author: BVOP Published on: Friday Oct 18, 2019
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