Free PMP Exam Sample Question

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The following PMP® exam sample question is taken from the Free PMP Exam Simulator:
 


Your pharmaceutical drug manufacturing project is behind schedule and you are under pressure from the stakeholders to finish the project on time. In order to improve performance you want to use a schedule compression technique. You have four different tasks in your project that can be performed in parallel. Which schedule compression technique is best to use in this situation?

A.) Fast Tracking
B.) Crashing
C.) Applying Leads and Lags
D.) Resource Leveling

 

Hint:

There are only two schedule compression techniques.



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