CHAPTER 11 RISK
Project risk management is considered by some to be the most difficult section of the PMP exam. Exam takers consider it demanding because it addresses many concepts that project managers have not been exposed to in their work or education. Questions, however, do correspond closely to PMBOK® Guide material, so you should not have much difficulty if you study the terminology found in this guide.
Project risk can be decreased significantly by actively planning, identifying, assessing, and developing responses to potential risk events and managing their impact on a project.
The mathematical questions are not very difficult; however, they do require you to know certain theories, such as expected monetary ...