SAP QM Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to SAP QM. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

Q 2 - Which of the following is not a control parameter that can be set on the material master for Quality Management?

A - MRP Type

B - Inspection Type

C - Sample Determination

D - Requirements for the vendor’s QM system

Answer : A

Q 3 - Which of the following in QM is used to determine the size of inspection lot to be used in inspection plan under Quality planning?

A - Master inspection charactertics

B - Inspection Method

C - Sampling Procedure

D - None of these

Answer : C

Explanation

Sampling procedure in QM is used to determine the size of inspection lot to be used in inspection plan under Quality planning. You can define a sampling procedure as fixed sample, percentage or other sample. A sampling scheme contains collection of sampling plans.

Q 4 - While defining a sampling procedure, which of the following make up inspection charactertics?

A - Sampling Type

B - Valuation Mode

C - Inspection Method Status

D - A & B

E - All of the above

Answer : D

Explanation

The rules for determining the sample are stored in the sampling type. The sampling type and valuation mode are combined for the inspection characteristics.

Q 5 - When you chose a fixed sample and an attributive inspection for the valuation mode, you need to select following for sample data?

A - Enter the sample size and the acceptance number

B - Enter the sample size and the k-factor

C - Enter the sample size

D - Enter the inspection frequency

Answer : A

Explanation

Q 6 - Which of the following Transaction code is used to create an Inspection Plan?

A - QS21

B - QS31

C - QDV1

D - QP01

Answer : D

Q 7 - Quality notification can be used to analyze the defects identified and perform root cause analysis. You can process defects related to?

A - Complaints filed by customers

B - Complaints identified in vendor delivered goods

C - Internal Defects

D - All of the above

Answer : D

Explanation

Complaints filed by customers −

This includes the defects identified in goods that are delivered to customers. You can use standard SAP Quality notification Q1 to record customer complaint and take action against problem reported by customer.

Complaints identified in vendor delivered goods −

This includes the defect identified with quality of goods delivered from supplier/vendor. You use standard SAP QM notification type Q2 to record a complaint against vendor and take action for the incoming material.

Internal Defects −

This includes recording internal problems which are identified at the time of in process quality inspection. You use standard SAP QM notification type Q3 to deal with problems identified in goods manufactured in a company.

Q 8 - For costing and to decide how many goods are accepted, SAP QM is directly linked to?

A - SAP MM

B - SAP PP

C - Controlling

D - SAP Plant Maintenance

Answer : C

Explanation

SAP QM is directed linked to controlling for costing and to decide how many goods are accepted. You update the vendor quality record in the system and this helps to find out if same vendor should continue to supply the material or there is a need to find a new source.

Q 9 - Which of the following document types are considered as Procurement document in procurement cycle?

A - Quality Certificates

B - Quality Assurance document Q01

C - Quality Purchase Order QP1

Answer : B

Q 10 - Which of the following can be used to adjust the probability of acceptance and the inspection effort, based on different quality situations?

A - Inspection Severity

B - AQL

C - Sample Size

D - All of the above

Answer : A

Explanation

In SAP Quality Management process, you can vary inspection severity that allows to adjust the probability of acceptance and the inspection effort, based on different quality situations. The inspection severity is closely connected to the inspection scope. If all other conditions remain the same, different inspection severities lead to different inspection scopes or acceptance conditions.


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