SAP MM Questions

SAP MM QuestionsHere you will find sample SAP MM questions and mock tests for SAP MM certification that are relatively similar to the original exam. You should definitely use them during preparation for the certification, because it will help you to familiarize yourself with the exam format, test your knowledge, identify areas that require additional attention, and sometimes these sample questions are just a little bit similar to what you might encounter at the real exam.

SAP MM Questions for Certification

Before you read these sample questions, it is necessary to make one thing crystal clear: there is absolutely no way to get SAP MM questions that will appear at the actual certification. There are several reasons why it is not possible. First, no one has access to the bank of the certification questions because they are kept in the utmost secrecy. Second, the pool of questions that SAP has is so large that, even if someone could extract some questions from the secret database, the probability of getting these SAP MM questions at the exam is extremely low because the questions are randomly selected by a computer. Therefore, do not believe the people who try to sell you SAP MM questions and promise that after studying them you will definitely pass SAP MM certification.

During SAP MM certification you will be required to answer 80 multiple choice questions. There is no negative marking for incorrect answers. It means that you should try to answer as many questions as possible even if you are not sure what is the correct answer. You will be given 180 minutes to complete the certification. The current passing score for SAP MM certification is around 60%.

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Free SAP MM Certification Questions

Below are 80 sample questions for SAP MM certification. If you are preparing for the exam, try to answer these SAP MM questions and see how many questions you could answer correctly. Here we also posted answers to these SAP MM questions and brief explanations for each of the questions.

Disclaimer: These sample SAP MM questions are for self-evaluation purposes only and do not appear on the actual certification exams. Answering the sample questions correctly is no guarantee that you will pass the certification exam. However, it is a great way to prepare for the actual certification exams and helped many people to become certified SAP consultants.

In every SAP MM question, except ‘true or false’ questions, at least one or more answers can be correct.

Material requirements planning

1. The quota arrangement usage was maintained in the material master (view MRP 2). Based on this prerequisite, during the MRP run, the system:

a. Determines the sources of supply according to the source list and splits equally the lot between the various sources found; b. Determines the sources of supply according to the quota file and assigns the procurement proposal to the relevant sources of supply; c. Allocates every lot among the various sources available in the quota file and ignores the source list; d. Determines the sources of supply according to the quota file and splits equally the lot between the various sources found

2. The “re-ordering point” procedure is:

a. The moment where the material is re-ordered during MRP run; b. The safety stock level specified in the material master; c. The level of inventory which triggers material procurement if the stock level falls below this limit, this re-ordering point level is specified in the material master in the view MRP 1; d. The minimum order quantity specified in the supplier info record

3. What setting can we use to outline flexible period lengths for MRP at the plant level?

a. Planning time fence; b. Planning calendars; c. Planned delivery time; d. Planned orders

4. Define the rounding profile:

a. A rounding profile is used to adjust the ordered quantity; b. A rounding profile is used to increase or decrease quantity in a purchasing document; c. A rounding profile is used to adjust the order proposal quantity in the planning run according to the delivery unit of the supplier; d. A rounding profile is used to adjust the order proposal quantity in the planning run according to the production unit

5. What is the purpose of the confirmation control key:

a. The sole purpose of a confirmation control key is to enable the system to create ASN for specific purchasing documents; b. The purpose of the confirmation control key is to make confirmations relevant for MRP and goods receipt; c. The confirmation control key regulates whether the confirmations are relevant for goods receipt or material planning and whether confirmations are mandatory for a specific purchase order; d. The sole purpose of a confirmation control key is to enable the system to create order acknowledgments for specific purchasing documents

6. During MRP run in which sequence the system checks the planned delivery time of a purchased material procured through scheduling agreement:

a. Material master, info record; b. Info record, delivery time in scheduling agreement item, material master; c. Delivery time in scheduling agreement item, material master; d. Info record, delivery time in scheduling agreement item

7. What is the procurement proposal?

a. The procurement proposal represents the scheduling created during planning run; b. The determination of when an inward stock movement is needed to when the stock is expected in MRP; c. A proposal made by the purchasing team to acquire goods; d. A proposal made by the planning team made based on the production plan

8. What transaction code is used to convert planned orders into requisitions in MRP?

a. MD15; b. ME51N; c. ME57; d. OMGZ

9. What transaction could you use to do an MRP run for a single material?

a. MD04; b. MD03; c. MD27; d. MD06

Valuation and account determination

10. While posting a movement for a valuated material in inventory management, what data could influence the account determination to where the postings will go:

a. The material, the movement type, the plant and the price control; b. The material type, valuation class, material type, exchange rate type; c. The movement type, the valuation area, the material’s valuation class; d. The price control , valuation class and the valuation area

11. If a goods receipt is posted for a valuated material using a purchasing material with account assignment:

a. A stock increase occurs and a financial document is posted as specified in the account assignment; b. No stock increase occurs and also no accounting posting occurs; c. A stock increase occurs but no accounting documents; d. No stock increase occurs but we have an accounting posting

12. The valuation class is used to:

a. Give the possibility to assign the same account to a group of different materials that share some common properties; b. To group together a group of different materials; c. Assign different G/L accounts to materials within the same material group; d. Assign the same account to the same material in different companies

13. The valuation level in the SAP system:

a. Can be used to evaluate stock at storage location level; b. Can be used to evaluate stock at purchasing organization level; c. Can be used to evaluate stock at plant level or company code level; d. Can be used to evaluate stock at company level

14. The standard price for a material, which is managed with moving average price:

a. Changes and takes the value of the moving average price; b. It is not affected by any movements or changes in the moving average price; c. Once the standard price is maintained it can never be changed; d. When the standard price is maintained in the accounting view of a material it will have priority to any other price

15. Which of the following elements are not determined by the account assignment category?

a. The type of the account assignment; b. The accounts that will be charged; c. Cost center; d. The data that needs to be provided in relation to account assignment

16. What are the benefits of the material ledger?

a. It helps determine past and future material costs; b. It helps determine the correct accounts for material postings; c. It helps valuate the material in different currencies and helps determine the current price; d. It helps to record stock changes and value changes

Special processes in procurement

17. In order to activate the vendor subcontracting process for one material you need:

a. External procurement, special procurement type for subcontracting in the material master (MRP 2), BOM, a vendor info record for subcontracting, source list or quota arrangement where the subcontractor is specified; b. Activate special procurement as external in the view MRP 2, subcontracting vendor info record, procurement type in the purchasing view as subcontracting; c. BOM, source list or quota arrangement where the subcontractor is specified, and procurement type as subcontracting; d. Source list or quota arrangement where the subcontractor is specified, subcontracting vendor info record where the procurement type and components are specified

18. In the vendor consignment process what documents are being invoiced with the invoice settlement process:

a. Goods receipts; b. Withdrawals from consignment; c. Goods receipts and cancellations; d. Withdrawals from consignment and withdrawal cancelations

19. What are special procurement types?

a. The special procurement types indicate from where the material is procured; b. The special procurement types indicate how the material is stored after procurement; c. The special procurement types indicate how the material is processed during procurement; d. The special procurement keys which as well as the procurement type control the procurement and storage of a material

20. What are special stocks in SAP?

a. Stocks that must be managed separately by a company; b. External owned stocks; c. External or internal owned stocks that cannot be used directly due to quality blocks or return blocks; d. Stocks managed separately by a company because of the quality block stage or other blocking reasons

21. What is the purpose of vendor consignment?

a. A special invoicing process that reduces GR-IR differences; b. Reduce stock values and the risk of having obsolete stock; c. Special account assignment and stock valuation; d. Easier delivery process from the supplier to the customer

22. Which transaction is used in order to create a delivery of goods needed for the subcontracting process?

a. ME2L; b. ME2M; c. ME2O; d. ME2K

Master data and enterprise structure

23. Can two plants have a common storage location?

a. Yes; b. Yes if they have different description or addresses; c. Yes but only If they have different warehouse numbers; d. No

24. What is a material master file?

a. The material info record; b. It is where all information related to managing the material is stored; c. The material master contains information about available sources, costs and planning; d. It is where all stock figures are stored

25. What data of the material master is related to company code?

a. All data related to plant and storage is maintained at company level; b. Only the accounting data of the material; c. Only the costing data of the material; d. the entire material master is company code relevant

26. What are the prerequisites to handle materials in batches?

a. Activation of batch management in the material master and creation of stock handled in batches; b. Creation of batch master and of stock handled in batches; c. Activation of batch management flag in the material master and definition of the batch master; d. Creation of batch relevant stock

27. What are purchasing info records?

a. Master data that contains details about the material and supplier who is supplying the material; b. An element which contains the delivery instructions for a material supplied by a vendor; c. An element which contains the delivery instructions and payment details for a material supplied by a vendor; d. An element which contains information about the special procurement types for a material supplied by a vendor

28. In the enterprise structure assignment:

a. The plant must to be assigned both to a company code and purchasing organization; b. The purchasing organization must be assigned to a company code and to a plant; c. The purchasing organization can be assigned to several company codes; d. One plant can be assigned to only one company code and only one purchasing organization

Logistics invoice verification

29. You could post an incoming invoice for a purchasing order if:

a. Goods receipt is posted; b. The invoice receipt indicator is active; c. The GR/IR indicator is active; d. Vendor is defined on the company code from the document

30. What are the different types of invoice verification?

a. Invoices based on purchase orders, Invoices based on goods receipts and Invoices without an order reference; b. Invoices posted based on a contract purchase; c. Invoices based on goods receipts; d. Invoices based on items with account assignment category

31. What is the purpose of document parking?

a. Document parking is used so that you can place on hold an invoice; b. Document parking is used for incomplete invoices that will not be posted into accounting; c. Document parking is used to temporarily block invoices from being posted on a held document; d. Document parking is used so that you can modify an invoice in a parked status, whereas an invoice that is placed on hold cannot be modified

32. Which of the bellow accounts are used by invoice verification:

a. vendor accounts , customer accounts, storage accounts; b. Tax accounts, vendor accounts, stock accounts, GR/IR accounts; c. Price accounts, freight accounts, storage accounts; d. Cash difference accounts, G/L accounts, plant accounts

33. What is evaluated receipt settlement?

a. Automatic logistics invoice verification; b. Automatic settlement of goods receipts from the vendor; c. Invoice verification during the consignment process; d. Consignment self billing

34. What are the advantages of the ERS process?

a. Invoices coming from the supplier are posted automatically; b. Goods receipt and invoice receipt are cleared automatically; c. Prices are automatically adjusted; d. Invoice verification is no longer affected by price and quantity variances

35. How can a logistics invoice be posted:

a. By posting to a general ledger account or by posting to a material account with or without reference to a purchasing order; b. By posting to a material account with reference to a purchasing order; c. By posting to a general ledger account with reference to a purchasing order; d. By posting to a general ledger account or by posting to a material account without reference to a purchasing order


36. What would you use to evaluate if a purchasing requisition item has been fully processed or not:

a. Material status; b. Processing status; c. Release strategy; d. Item status

37. You have set the final invoice indicator in a PO item, which indicates that:

a. No more invoices are expected from the vendor; b. No more invoices can be posted on the PO item; c. No more goods receipts can be posted on the item; d. GR/IR account is automatically cleared

38. During output determination for purchasing orders the corresponding condition records for one output message are considered as follows:

a. The condition record of the key combination which meets the most details in the requirements is considered; b. The condition record of the last key combination which meets the requirements is considered; c. The condition record of the first key combination which meets the requirements is considered; d. All the condition records found for that message are taken into account

39. In which customizing setting it is specified if for a non-stock procured material GR or IR are needed?

a. Item category; b. Account assignment category; c. Material group; d. Purchasing value key

40. What happens during the goods receipt for a PO line with multiple account assignment?

a. The stock is increased and an accounting document is posted to the automatically determined accounts; b. No valuated receipt is posted; c. A valuated receipt is posted; d. A valuated receipt is posted to the multiple accounts assigned

41. What transaction can you use to print purchasing orders:

a. ME9L; b. ME9K; c. ME9F; d. ME9O

42. During automatic output determination could an output type be assigned more than once in one document?

a. No, only one output of a certain type can be processed at a time; b. Yes if the message is assigned to multiple output determination procedure; c. Yes if the message has been assigned in more key combinations; d. Not automatically but it is possible to do it manually

43. What is service procurement?

a. It is the procurement process of non-stock goods from suppliers; b. It represents the procurement process of non-production goods in a company; c. Procurement of a wide range of services provided by other companies like cleaning services, catering, transportation, telephony etc.; d. It consists of activities like bidding, contract management, and operational procurement processes, from requisition to payment

44. How are free items managed in a PO?

a. By entering 0 price in the item; b. By flagging the free of charge option of the item; c. The FOC items are inserted without value and without material number; d. The FOC items must be of a non-valuated material type otherwise they will be evaluated in the PO

45. What is a framework order?

a. Is a purchasing order with a frame delivery schedule most likely to be used for repetitive purchasing; b. Is a purchasing order used to procure materials or services during a mentioned validity period; c. Is a PO with multiple confirmation of the delivery quantities; d. Is a PO where repetitive invoice verification will be made during the mentioned validity period

46. What is a centrally agreed contract?

a. it is a contract that has been agreed centrally in a company code and must be replicated identically for each plant; b. it is a contact that can be used for all the plants of a certain company code; c. it is used in companies which have central purchasing departments and procure goods for several plants, the contract has the plant field set to empty; d. it is a contract signed as general by the central department but local alterations and versions are possible

47. What is the benefit of multiple account assignment in an item?

a. It allows to apportion the costs associated with a PO item and the account assignment data takes the form of individual account assignment items; b. It allows to apportion the costs associated with a PO service item; c. The account assignment data takes the form of individual account assignment items for a services item in a PO; d. It allows split invoicing for the same item according to account assignment data

48. What is a tax code?

a. VAT code; b. A unique identification which is used for taxes by business partners; c. A tax code defines how the taxes will be calculated and posted in an SAP R/3 system; d. A tax code is usually used to calculate freight taxes.

Physical inventory

49. Why is physical inventory required in financial accounting?

a. To keep track of stock values; b. to keep track of the stock figures; c. It is required for the financial accounting rules and for placing an accurate value on the inventory for tax purposes; d. To keep track of the stock transactions made for a certain period

50. Which are the steps of the physical inventory analysis?

a. Starting the inventory count and posting the inventory differences; b. Entering the result of the inventory count in the system and recounting if necessary; c. Settling the differences between the physical count and stock in SAP; d. Posting the physical inventory count and comparing with the actual data from SAP

51. Which transaction code is used to create physical inventory documents?

a. MB1A; b. MIGO; c. MI01; d. MI07

52. What happens to the inventory status after the differences are input into the system?

a. Stock is adjusted at a newly determined value; b. The inventory status is adjusted and it corresponds to the actual value of the inventory; c. Stock situation is determined again according to the differences; d. Stock value is determined according to the differences and quantity adjustments

53. Which transaction is used to recount the physical inventory?

a. MI11; b. MI10; c. MI07; d. MI12

54. When is an inventory recount needed during physical inventory?

a. Whenever differences appear between SAP and the physical inventory; b. When a large difference is registered between the count made in SAP and the physical count; c. Whenever large differences appear in the inventory value comparing to the expected value; d. Whenever a stock reevaluation is needed

Inventory management

55. You want to view the slow moving stock materials in your company, what report do you use for this:

a. Transaction MC46; b. Transaction MB51; c. Transaction MC49; d. Transaction MB52

56. The stock transfer in material management can be performed:

a. In a one step or two step procedure between two plants; b. Only between two plants; c. Only between two storage location; d. Only in a two steps procedure within a plant

57. What is slow moving stock?

a. Obsolete stock; b. Stock that has not been used for a certain amount of time; c. Dead stock; d. Stock not relevant for production

58. After creating a reservation document for a material, is the reserved stock relevant for MRP?

a. No it is no longer relevant for MRP; b. No but you can still see it as stock figure; c. Yes , but the reserved stock is no longer includes in the available stock and a special entry for the reservation is created in the MRP file; d. Yes but it can be used only in production processes specified in the reservation document

59. How many types of automatic reservations exist?

a. Two types : reservation for orders , networks or projects and stock transfer reservation; b. Two types : vendor reservation and customer reservation; c. Two types : stock reservation and storage reservation; d. Two types : blocked reservations and unrestricted use reservation

60. During the stock transfer between two plants how are shipping details determined?

a. From material plant and sales organization details and from the plant master; b. The shipping details are determined from the storage locations; c. From the customer code assigned to the deliver to plant; d. From the stock transport order customizing

61. What kinds of stock types are relevant for scrapping?

a. Reservation stock and unrestricted use stock; b. Special stocks and return stocks; c. Unrestricted use, blocked stock and quality inspection stocks; d. Blocked, quality and reservation stock

62. How can you create a return delivery to a supplier?

a. by creating a purchasing order with the “Returns item” flagged; b. from the MIGO transaction with or without reference to a PO; c. in the MIGO transaction but only with reference to a returns PO; d. with reference to a logistics quality notification

Procurement process

63. Which of the payment terms from the supplier master data are considered during the creation of a purchasing document:

a. Company code data; b. Purchasing organization data; c. Info record; d. Basic data

64. What is the difference between a scheduling agreement and a contract?

a. A scheduling agreement is a document used for repetitive purchasing relevant for automatic MRP scheduling , while the contract is a document used to generate other purchasing documents; b. There is no difference, scheduling agreement is a fixed contract; c. A target quantity cannot be specified for a scheduling agreement , while for a contract it can be specified; d. No target value can be specified for a scheduling agreement, while for a contract it can be specified

65. When using confirmation control with inbound delivery for a purchasing order:

a. You are not allowed to post a goods receipt unless you create an inbound delivery; b. You can post a goods receipt even though no inbound delivery is created; c. You can post a goods receipt no matter what confirmation you enter; d. There no need to post a goods receipt , and inbound delivery is sufficient

66. After creating the purchasing order for one purchasing requisition what can you do to avoid new purchasing orders to be created with reference to this Purchasing requisition?

a. After creating the purchasing order for the entire quantity in the PR item the item is automatically closed; b. By flagging the closed option from the PR item and the item is then considered by the system; c. The system closes automatically the purchasing requisition item if a purchasing order was created for the PR for the entire quantity or for a partial quantity; d. After invoicing the purchasing order, the purchasing requisition is considered closed

67. What is the difference between company owned special stock and external owned special stock?

a. The difference is the ownership; b. The way they are valuated , they are valuated only when they are withdrawn from special stock category; c. The way they are stored, they must be stored separately because of different ownership and because the withdrawals and receipts in special stock category is evaluated differently; d. Company owned special stocks are managed in the production area while external owned special stocks are managed where they are stored

68. What are the different types of source determination?

a. Quota arrangements, source list, outline agreements and info records; b. Purchasing orders and scheduling agreements; c. Contracts or requests for quotations; d. Automatic source determination and manual

69. What type of purchasing orders exists in SAP?

a. Standard PO, framework and stock transfer orders; b. PM orders, EC orders and framework orders; c. Blanket orders, EC orders and STO orders; d. PM orders, PP orders and standard orders

70. What are the basic types of scheduling agreements used?

a. Standard scheduling agreements, stock transfer scheduling agreements and framework scheduling agreements with release documentation; b. Normal scheduling agreements and stock transfer scheduling agreements; c. Standard scheduling agreements, stock transfer scheduling agreements and scheduling agreements with release documentation; d. Normal scheduling agreements, stock transfer scheduling agreements and PM scheduling agreements

71. What is the difference between a PO and a purchasing requisition?

a. The purchasing order is created with reference to the purchasing requisition; b. The PO expresses the formal requirement to an external source for goods while the PR expresses the need for the material; c. No other purchasing documents can be created with reference to a purchasing organization; d. The PO represents the request to purchase goods while the PR represents the intention to purchase goods

72. In order to process automatic PO generation from purchase requisition:

a. The automatic PO flag has to be flagged in the material master and vendor master; b. The automatic PO flag has to be flagged in the vendor master and material info record; c. The automatic PO flag has to be flagged in the source list and material info record; d. The automatic PO flag has to be flagged in the source list and material master

73. During automatic PO generation from purchase requisition, the system:

a. Assigns automatically a source from the source determination procedure; b. Gathers as many purchase requisitions possible to form a single PO; c. Creates one PO for each purchasing requisition; d. Creates PO’s only for the PR with delivery date specified in the selection variant

74. When is the use of the automatic PO generation from purchasing requisition advised?

a. When all settings to enable this process have been done; b. Whenever the company requires repetitive and automatic procurement process; c. When you have a well-maintained SAP system; d. When there is a mutual agreement between the supplier and the company

75. What are item categories used for?

a. They are used to group the different types of material storage and valuation; b. They are used to differentiate between company owned stocks and external owned stocks; c. They are used to categorize the different types of stocks and the different types of procurement processes; d. They are used to identify what type of procurement is being adopted in the purchasing document

76. Which of the bellow does not represent an SAP standard communication method for output messages in MM?

a. EDI; b. Fax; c. WEB-EDI; d. File transfer

Solution manager

77. Which of the following represents a Solution Manager Usage scenario?

a. Create Change Requests; b. SAP Support Desk monitoring; c. SAP Education link; d. Implementation of SAP Solutions

78. Regarding the change control management in Solution manager what does the process include:

a. Approval process of changes, deployment of changes and analysis of changes; b. Creation and implementation of change requests; c. Overview of the transportation process of a change request; d. Creation, detailed information and transport overview for a change request

79. How does the solution manager ensure the quality of a solution?

a. Through an overview of the transportation process of a change request; b. By enabling traceability of all changes; c. Through support desk monitoring; d. By enabling the creation and implementation of change requests

80. How can you access the test tool in the solution manager?

a. Transaction SCAT; b. Transaction ECATT; c. Transaction SECATT; d. Transaction CATS

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