These Mock tests are created to assist you in getting familiar with the New PMP® Exam Pattern of January 2021, and to get a clear idea about your readiness for the real exam by identifying the weakness points that you should need to focus on.
This preparation course includes a sum of 477 questions with no repetition, distributed over 6 practice tests in a staircase model of 50-50-80-100-180 so that our students gradually overcome the time barrier and the psychological hindrance in attempting 180 questions in the first go. We have added additionally one Math Mock test that includes all possible math questions that you may encounter during the real exam.
All questions are developed with high quality explanation and reference. We have selected those questions to make sure you will be able to face all possible scenarios that you will find in the real Exam, by collaborating with our students who have already passed the real PMP Exam.
The questions tests your preparation in The Agile and Predictive life cycles. Going through the Agile principles, all the 10 knowledge areas, 5 Process groups and 3 Domains reference to PMI-Agile Practice Guide, PMI-PMBOK Guide edition 6 and new PMP exam content outlines.
What’s new in the PMP 2021 exam?
1. The PMP ® certification exam will focus on three new domains with its percentage:
Domain I. People (42%): Emphasizing the skills and activities associated with effectively leading a project team.
Domain II. Process (50%): Reinforcing the technical aspects of managing a project
Domain III. Business Environment (8%): Highlighting the connection between projects and organization strategy
2. Number of questions: 180 questions, but the same number of questions will be scored as the old Exam.
2. Exam duration: 230 minutes to complete the exam.
3. One additional break for a total of two 10-minute breaks for computer-based tests.
4. Questions will be a combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank
Note: As per PMI announcement, there are noticeable differences between the updated PMP Examination Content Outline and A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition. While there are some commonalities, it is important to note that the volunteer taskforce involved in the study described previously were not bound by the PMBOK® Guide. The taskforce members were charged with outlining critical job tasks of individuals who lead and direct projects based on their experience and pertinent resources.
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