As you undertake your PMP training, your objective is to re-learn the skills needed to prepare you for your project management profession. After all, the PMP certification exam targets two basic aspects of your learning: theory and practice. The exam aims to assess not just your level of expertise but your ability to apply that in given situations. Hence, these are what the PMP training aims to develop for you.
All the questions on the PMP Exam are multiple-choice questions. Each question has exactly 4 answer choice's.
No. There's no negative marking on the PMP exam.
PMP Exam comprises of 200 questions. Of the 200 questions, 25 are considered pretest questions.
A PMP Exam consists of 25 Pretest questions. Pretest Questions are "trial" questions that do not affect the score and are randomly placed throughout the exam.
Roughly 106 out of 175.
The following table represents the percentage of questions in each domain that are included in the examination.
|Domain||Percentage of items on Test|
|Initaiation of the project||13%|
|Planning the project||24%|
|Executing the project||30%|
|Monitoring and controlling the project||25%|
|Closing the project||8%|
The exam is administered around the world through an organization named Prometric. You can find locations in your area by visiting the Prometric website.
From the date of application approval, you can take up the exam up to 3 times within 1 year.
PMI expects you to participate in professional development activities that afford you professional development units (PDUs). You must earn and report a minimum of 30 PDUs during your three-year certification/CCR cycle to maintain an active certification status.
You can go for our six sigma certification program to earn these PDUs and can report to PMI. Contact our office to know more about six sigma certification.
There is no change of the PMBOK Guide® related to this examination change.
You can go for CAPM certification.