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Sep 26 2017 |
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Introduction

PRINCE2 Practitioner Lite Readiness Assessment

Welcome to the PRINCE2 Lite Practitioner Readiness Assessment

The following sample test is designed for you to decide whether or not you are ready to take the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination. The actual exam is an ‘open book’ exam so you can consult your PRINCE2 manual (note that in the actual exam no other reference material is permitted).

Our online test consist of a random 8 PRINCE2 style questions drawn from 30 questions. There is no negative marking so you are advised to attempt all of the questions. The target time to do this is 45 mins. On completion, you will receive a short report.

On completion, you will receive a short report which will give you an overall score and a breakdown by Theme.

By completing this assessment you consent to the data being used in the following ways:

  1. If you are completing this assessment at your own instigation then personal data will not be passed onto any third party.
  2. If you are completing this assessment at the invitation of your employer then personal data may be passed to your employer.
  3. If you are completing this assessment at the invitation of Provek, as a potential candidate for a recruitment opportunity, then personal data may be passed onto a potential employer.

Please see Provek's Data Protection Policy.

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Your contact telephone number

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Project Role

Please select the generic role which most closely describes your current job.

A - Project team member (Works in a project team undertaking the technical work)
B - Work-package manager (Leads a section working on a defined part of a project)
C - Programme or project administrator (Provides a range of general administrative support and assistance to a programme or a project)
D - Project planner (Establishes and maintains detailed and comprehensive project work plans for a large complex project)
E - Project coordinator or controller (Assists a project manager in managing a large project by undertaking planning, communications, reporting and controlling activities)
F - Junior project manager (Manages non complex projects with few external interfaces and leads many of the project team members directly)
G - Project manager (Manages projects involving external suppliers and other organizational divisions through other managers and project team members)
H - Senior project manager (Delivers through other managers large or complex projects end to end involving several organizations and multiple disciplines, interfaces and suppliers)
I - Programme manager (Manages a strategically important programme through a number of interrelated large projects and has responsibility for planning the benefits realization)
J - Programme or project office manager (Leads a support office team providing a range of planning and reporting services and implementing consistent best practice across large projects or strategic programmes)
K - Sponsor  (Owns the success of the programme or project, provides leadership and ensures that it delivers value)