# Quality Quiz Part - 5

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### In a project A metrics workbook defects reported for reviews are Major:20, Minor:40, Trivial:15 & forTesting are Major:20, Minor:20, Trivial:35; calculate Review Effectiveness in a project

• A.

60%

• B.

58%

• C.

50%

• D.

None of the above

A. 60%
Explanation
The review effectiveness in a project can be calculated by dividing the total number of defects reported for reviews by the sum of defects reported for reviews and defects reported for testing, and then multiplying the result by 100. In this case, the total number of defects reported for reviews is 75 (20 Major + 40 Minor + 15 Trivial), and the total number of defects reported for both reviews and testing is 135 (75 + 20 Major + 20 Minor + 35 Trivial). Therefore, the review effectiveness is (75/135) * 100 = 55.56%, which can be rounded to 60%.

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• 2.

### What is SVa

• A.

Deviation from initial planned schedule

• B.

Deviation from latest planned schedule

• C.

Both of the above

• D.

None of the above

A. Deviation from initial planned schedule
Explanation
SVa stands for Schedule Variance analysis. It is a measure used in project management to assess the deviation between the initial planned schedule and the actual progress of a project. It helps in determining whether a project is ahead or behind schedule. The correct answer, "Deviation from initial planned schedule," accurately describes SVa as it highlights the variance between the planned schedule and the actual progress.

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• 3.

### In Walkthrough review process, it is not mandatory that reviewers should have domain knowledge of work product

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
In the walkthrough review process, it is important for reviewers to have domain knowledge of the work product being reviewed. This is because having domain knowledge allows reviewers to better understand the context, requirements, and intricacies of the work product. Without domain knowledge, reviewers may not be able to provide valuable insights, identify potential issues or risks, and make informed judgments about the quality of the work product. Therefore, it is essential for reviewers to possess domain knowledge in order to conduct an effective walkthrough review.

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• 4.

### In a project Customer had given some additional features to be added  during the design phase, as a PM what action need to be taken

• A.

To raise a Change request

• B.

To analyze the impact of proposed changes

• C.

To get consent of stakeholders over the changes

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
As a project manager, it is important to take action when the customer provides additional features during the design phase. Raising a change request is necessary to document and track the requested changes. Analyzing the impact of the proposed changes is crucial to understand how they will affect the project timeline, budget, and resources. Getting consent from stakeholders is essential to ensure that everyone is on board with the changes and to avoid any conflicts or misunderstandings. Therefore, all of the above actions need to be taken by the project manager in this situation.

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• 5.

### In a project, initially planned effort is 100 hrs, latest planned effort is 120 hrs & actual effort is 150 hrs, then

• A.

Eva=50%

• B.

Evb=25%

• C.

Both of the above are correct

• D.

None of the above is correct

C. Both of the above are correct
Explanation
Both of the above are correct. The Earned Value Analysis (EVA) is a project management technique used to measure the progress and performance of a project. Eva is calculated by dividing the actual effort by the latest planned effort. In this case, the actual effort is 150 hrs and the latest planned effort is 120 hrs, so the Eva is 150/120 = 1.25 or 125%. Evb is calculated by dividing the latest planned effort by the initially planned effort. In this case, the latest planned effort is 120 hrs and the initially planned effort is 100 hrs, so the Evb is 120/100 = 1.2 or 120%. Therefore, both Eva=50% and Evb=25% are correct.

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• 6.

### What all types of reviews can be reported in project metrics workbook ________________

Walkthrough, Offline, Inspection
Offline, Inspection, Walkthrough
Inspection, Walkthrough, Offline
Walkthrough, Inspection, Offline
Offline, Walkthrough, Inspection
Explanation
The correct answer is Walkthrough, Offline, Inspection. The types of reviews that can be reported in the project metrics workbook are walkthrough, offline, and inspection. These types of reviews are commonly used in project management to evaluate and assess the progress and quality of the project. Walkthroughs involve a group of people reviewing the project and providing feedback. Offline reviews are conducted individually, with each reviewer providing feedback independently. Inspections are formal reviews that involve a structured process of examining the project for defects and errors.

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• 7.

### Data source for project metrics workbook

• A.

MPP & JIRA

• B.

WBRT

• C.

Client Supplied Documents

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
The correct answer is "All of the above." This means that the data source for the project metrics workbook can come from MPP & JIRA, WBRT, and client supplied documents. This suggests that the project metrics workbook can gather information from multiple sources, including project management software, internal databases, and documents provided by the client.

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### If any feature is completely missed in specification document, then severity of this defect found by reviewer will be ___________

Major
Explanation
If a feature is completely missed in the specification document, it can be considered a major defect because it indicates a significant gap in the requirements. This means that the functionality or behavior expected by the stakeholders has not been documented, leading to potential issues in the final product. The severity of this defect would be classified as major because it has the potential to impact the overall functionality and usability of the system.

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• 9.

### Risk Mitigation is an activity of

• A.

Risk Analysis

• B.

Risk Response Planning

• C.

Risk Monitoring & Control

• D.

Risk Prioritization

B. Risk Response Planning
Explanation
Risk Mitigation is an activity of Risk Response Planning. Risk Response Planning involves identifying and assessing risks, developing strategies to address those risks, and implementing measures to mitigate or minimize the impact of the risks. Risk mitigation specifically focuses on reducing the likelihood or severity of risks through proactive measures such as risk avoidance, risk transfer, risk reduction, or risk acceptance. Therefore, Risk Response Planning includes the activity of Risk Mitigation.

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• 10.

### The objective of the Brain-storming in RCA is to

• A.

To enlist all possible causes of defects

• B.

Enlist the possible defects that may occur over the course of time

• C.

All of the above

• D.

None of the above

A. To enlist all possible causes of defects
Explanation
The objective of brain-storming in RCA (Root Cause Analysis) is to enlist all possible causes of defects. Brain-storming is a creative problem-solving technique that encourages the generation of multiple ideas and perspectives. In the context of RCA, it is used to gather a comprehensive list of potential causes for a given defect or problem. This allows for a thorough analysis and identification of the root cause, leading to effective solutions and prevention of future defects.

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