CompTIA Project+ Practice Tests: Exam PK0-004
CompTIA Project+ Practice Tests for exam PK0-004 compliments the Sybex CompTIA Project+ Study Guide by providing last minute review and identifying areas where further review may be needed. 1,000 unique questions are organized into 4 practice tests that cover 100% of all exam objective domains. Practice tests not only provide the answer, but also give you detailed explanations so this is an excellent resource for last minute review to identify areas where more attention is needed. Two additional 90-question practice exams prepare you for exam day. The Sybex interactive online learning environment provides an online review option where all 1,000 unique questions are available.
Access to all practice tests online with the Sybex interactive learning environment 4 unique practice tests include expert explanations Covers 100% of all CompTIA Project+ exam PK0-004 objective domains Whether you have studied with the Sybex study guide for the Project+ exam or have used another brand, this is your chance to test your skills. Studying the exam objectives is important but testing the reach of your knowledge and identifying areas where further review may be needed could be the difference on exam day.
Chapter 1 Project Basics (Domain 1.0) 1
Chapter 2 Project Constraints (Domain 2.0) 43
Chapter 3 Communication and Change Management(Domain 3.0) 85
Chapter 4 Project Tools and Documentation (Domain 4.0) 129
Chapter 5 Practice Test 1 173
Chapter 6 Practice Test 2 193
Appendix Answers and Explanations 211
Chapter 1: Project Basics (Domain 1.0) 212
Chapter 2: Project Constraints (Domain 2.0) 225
Chapter 3: Communication and Change Management (Domain 3.0) 238
Chapter 4: Project Tools and Documentation (Domain 4.0) 252
Chapter 5: Practice Test 1 265
Chapter 6: Practice Test 2 272
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brett Feddersen, Project+, MPS, PMP, is a career public servant with 18 years of experience in government including the United States Marine Corps, the state of Colorado, the city of Boulder (Colorado), and with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) in the Denver/Metro area. Brett has been a certified project manager since 2007, and has contributed to several books as a technical editor and technical proofreader. In additional to his commitment to the project management community, Brett is passionate about leadership and organizational excellence, and has contributed to several cultural revolutions helping government agencies become high performing organizations.