Construction and Project Management Mock test – 2 Welcome to your Construction and project Management Mock test - 2 Take an exciting test in cpm You have only 15 mins to complete the test ( 15 Questions) Wish you all the best!!! Name Email 1. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following: A. The various functions under each activity, are shown by one bar on Bar Charts B. Bar chart establishes the interdependency of one event on another C. Only approximate percentage of the completed work is reported D. None of these,2. For completion of a project, the critical path of the network represents A. minimum time B. maximum time C. maximum cost D. minimum cost.3. A goiden rule for the procurement of construction stones, suggests A. 100% at the site B. 67% at the site and 33% under procurement C. 50% at the site and 50% under procurement D. 33% at the site and 67% under procurement4. The technique for establishing and maintaining priorities among the various jobs of a project, is known A. Event flow scheduling technique B. Critical ratio scheduling C. Slotting technique for scheduling D. Short interval scheduling.5. The critical activity has A. maximum float B. minimum float C. zero float D. none of these.6. Frederick W. Taylor introduced a system of working known as A. line organisation B. line and staff organisation C. functional organisation D. effective organisation.7. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following: A. An activity of a project is denoted by an arrow on the net work B. The tail of the arrow indicates the start of the activity C. The head of the arrow indicates the end of the activity D. The arrows are drawn to scale from left to right8. The first stage of a construction, is A. preparation of estimate B. survey of the site C. initiation of proposal D. preparation of tender9. If t is the duration of an activity, t1 is the latest finish possible moment of its preceding activity and t2 is the earliest start possible moment, the independent float of the activity is A. (t1 - t2) - t B. t - (t1 - t2) C. (t1 + t2) - t D. t + (t1 - t2)10. Mile Stone charts were invented in the year of A. 1910 B. 1920 C. 1930 D. 194011. Which one of the following represents an event ? A. concrete cured B. fixing of door C. plastering of walls D. selecting sites12. Power stations are generally treated as A. light construction B. heavy construction C. industrial construction D. electrical construction.13. For the supply of materials for concrete, form work reinforcing and placing of concrete, removal of form work and curing of concrete, number of bar(s) required on bar chart, is A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 414. Residential buildings are treated as A. light construction B. heavy construction C. industrial construction D. private construction.15. Railway projects are treated as A. light construction B. heavy construction C. industrial construction D. none of these.