PMBOK Exam Practice Exam: Project Quality Management Knowledge Area Only
This is non-theoretical, linear approach to PMP preparation. Each question is derived from the Project Management Body of Knowledge that sets each of the knowledge area's processes in one exclusive motion of comprehension.
As a PMP practitioner and former instructor of PM methodology at the University of Georgia and Gwinnett Technical College in Lawrenceville, GA, Jeremy Kennedy's test method approach builds understanding of PMI PMBOK processes step by step without the bootcamp clutter. Using multiple choice solutions, each exam is aligned with the goals of the PMP: application, comprehension and memorization of the Project Management Body of Knowledge.
The Project Quality Management practice exam is 49 questions
About the Author
Tired of the 'closed-door' approach to project management, working with teams without formal skills or value-earning tactics, Jeremy successfully bridged the Waterfall-minded with a radical empirical approach, leading teams to a quicker delivery with simplistic solutions to budgeting, scheduling, and requirements.
Earning his PMP, Scrum Master, and PMI-ACP certifications with only one attempt per exam, Jeremy has shared the ingredients of achieving formal certification, one module at a time. Through his PM Assistant service, Jeremy offers project management solutions while teaching students methodologies at local colleges and technical schools as requested. In 2015, he developed a menu of one-stop, quick-pay business services to his community of North Gwinnett (GA) including LLC filings and resume writing. He and his wife also manage a small retail specialty store of retro - vintage collection of mid 20th-century product memorabilia called Shades of Decades