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Project Control Planning is the fourth project management process to execute in the project lifecycle. Project Control Planning comprises eight of the 39 PMBOK processes. Although the exam questions regarding the Controlling processes tend to be straightforward, and many project managers have considerable experience performing these activities, this is a subject area not to be taken lightly. The techniques and terms utilized in real-life project controls risk management and scope change are not always consistent with PMI's methodology and are used to varying degrees within projects. To streamline your exam preparations, we will focus on the "gotta-know" concepts and terms that are important to PMI and the "common" gaps between exam questions related to the core Project Management processes.