AI to Create Free PMP-Style Questions

If you’re preparing for the PMP exam and need some practice questions, I’ve got great news for you! You can now leverage the power of AI to generate high-quality, PMP-style questions for free. Here’s a step-by-step guide to get you started:

How to use AI to get free PMP/CAPM/RMP questions

Step 1: Choose Your AI Tool

Several AI tools can help generate questions. Some popular options include OpenAI’s GPT, Google’s BERT, and more. For this guide, we’ll focus on using OpenAI’s GPT.

Step 2: Define Your Topics

Define your topics or make it generic – like simulation tests – 60 questions

Step 3: Craft Prompts

To get the best results, you need to write clear and specific prompts. Here’s an example prompt for generating a PMP question:

I’ve – compiled prompts for you – start with 10  questions without answers – do them and then get their answers.

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Step 4: Generate Questions

Use the AI tool to generate questions. Here’s how you can do it with OpenAI’s GPT:

  1. Go to the OpenAI Playground or use their API.
  2. Enter your prompt.
  3. Review and refine the generated question as needed.

Step 5: Generate answers – Validate and Review

AI-generated content can sometimes miss the mark. Ensure you review each question for accuracy and relevance. Adjust the language or options if necessary to match the PMP exam style.

Step 6: Compile Your Questions

Once you have a set of validated questions, compile them into a practice test. You can use Google Docs, Microsoft Word, or any other preferred tool.

The Best Part

You will get different questions every time when you use the prompt with chatGPT.


You can check the step by step Video here:


PMP Question – Generated by AI

1. Scenario: Your organization is adopting a hybrid project management approach for a new software development project. The project is divided into two phases: initial planning using traditional waterfall methods and execution using agile methodologies.

Question: During the transition from the planning phase to the execution phase, which document should be updated to reflect the change in approach?

A. Project Charter
B. Risk Register
C. Project Management Plan
D. Stakeholder Register

2. Scenario: You are managing a hybrid project that involves both construction and software development components. The construction team follows a traditional waterfall approach, while the software team uses Scrum. During a sprint review, the software team identifies a major integration issue with the construction deliverables.

Question: What should be your first step in addressing this integration issue?

A. Update the Project Management Plan
B. Schedule a meeting with both teams to discuss the issue
C. Adjust the sprint backlog to accommodate changes
D. Escalate the issue to the project sponsor

3. Scenario: Your hybrid project involves a marketing campaign with a mix of traditional and digital marketing activities. The digital marketing team uses Kanban, while the traditional marketing team follows a sequential plan. Midway through the project, the digital marketing team identifies a critical dependency on the traditional marketing deliverables.

Question: How should you manage this dependency to ensure project success?

A. Add the dependency to the Kanban board
B. Update the traditional marketing plan
C. Conduct a dependency mapping session
D. Create a new risk management plan

4. Scenario: In a hybrid project involving a new product launch, the R&D team is using an iterative development approach, while the manufacturing team follows a predictive model. The project sponsor requests a detailed status report that integrates both teams’ progress.

Question: Which tool or technique is best suited to provide an integrated status report?

A. Gantt Chart
B. Burndown Chart
C. Earned Value Management
D. Critical Path Method

5. Scenario: You are leading a hybrid project that combines a traditional rollout plan with agile software development. The project’s agile component has frequent changes and iterations, while the traditional component has fixed milestones.

Question: How should you manage the project’s schedule to accommodate both methodologies?

A. Use a rolling wave planning technique
B. Create separate schedules for each component
C. Implement a time-boxing approach
D. Use a milestone-driven schedule

6. Scenario: A hybrid project for developing a new online service involves a traditional phase for requirements gathering followed by agile sprints for development. The project team discovers a significant change in user requirements after the initial phase is completed.

Question: What is the most appropriate action to take?

A. Re-baseline the project
B. Incorporate the change in the next sprint planning
C. Update the requirements documentation and seek approval
D. Perform a detailed impact analysis and adjust the plan

7. Scenario: In a hybrid project to deploy a new enterprise system, the hardware installation follows a traditional approach, while the software customization uses agile. The software team is experiencing scope creep due to frequent change requests.

Question: What is the best way to control scope creep in this hybrid environment?

A. Implement strict change control procedures
B. Freeze the scope after each sprint
C. Prioritize change requests based on business value
D. Conduct regular stakeholder reviews

8. Scenario: Your hybrid project involves the development of a new consumer product, with traditional market research followed by agile prototyping. The market research indicates a need for a significant change in the product features.

Question: How should you handle this change to minimize disruption?

A. Implement the change immediately in the next prototype
B. Evaluate the impact on the overall project scope and timeline
C. Seek approval from the project sponsor before proceeding
D. Update the project plan and inform all stakeholders

9. Scenario: A hybrid project aimed at upgrading an IT infrastructure involves a detailed planning phase followed by agile implementation of individual components. Mid-project, the organization undergoes a major restructuring, impacting project resources.

Question: What should be your primary focus to keep the project on track?

A. Reassign resources and adjust team roles
B. Update the risk management plan
C. Communicate the changes to all stakeholders
D. Reevaluate project priorities and objectives

10. Scenario: In a hybrid project for launching a new service, the marketing campaign follows a waterfall approach, while the service development uses agile. There is a misalignment in timelines between the marketing launch and service readiness.

Question: What is the best approach to resolve this timing conflict?

A. Delay the marketing launch until the service is ready
B. Accelerate the agile development process
C. Create a phased launch plan
D. Align the marketing and development schedules through a joint planning session


Next Steps

Using AI to generate PMP-style questions can be a game-changer in your exam preparation. It’s efficient, scalable, and free! Give it a try and see how it can enhance your study routine.

Happy studying, and best of luck with your PMP exam!