New 2021 PMP Exam Simulator | 5 Mock Exams | 900 Questions
These Mock Exams are based on the latest changes in the Exam Content Outline for 2021 from PMI.
The questions cover the 3 domains:
PEOPLE – emphasizing the soft skills you need to effectively lead a project team in today's changing environment
PROCESS – reinforcing the technical aspects of successfully managing projects
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT – highlighting the connection between projects and organizational strategy
Just like the actual PMP exam that started in 2021, these Mock PMP exams include questions related to predictive, agile and hybrid approaches.
Please note that these Mock PMP Exams only uses multiple-choice and some fill-in-the-blanks questions as it is difficult to include other types of questions using this system. However, the actual PMP Exam will be a combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank.
In all cases, you will benefit from these Mock Exams as they simulate a similar mix, difficulty and style of questions that you can expect to see on the actual PMP exam.
To increase the chance of passing the actual PMP exam on first attempt, you should aim to score 80% on each mock exam here.
If you don't score well on the mock exams, review the answers and, if required, re-study the areas that you are weak on in order to enhance your knowledge.
For your quick reference, please see below details of the actual PMP Exam from PMI:
The actual PMP examination is comprised of 180 questions. Of the 180 questions, 5 are considered pretest questions. Pretest questions do not affect the score and are used in examinations as an effective and legitimate way to test the validity of future examination questions. All questions are randomly placed throughout the examination.
Total Examination Questions = 180
No. of Pretest (Unscored) Questions = 5
No. of Scored Questions = 175
The allotted time to complete the examination is 230 minutes.
For the actual PMP exam, there are now two 10-minute breaks in the exam. The first will appear after you complete questions 1- 60 and review all of your answers. The second break will appear after you have completed question 120 and confirmed that you have reviewed all of your answers. Please note, once you review your responses and start your break you will not be able to return to the questions from the previous section of the exam.
When you are signed back in after each break, you will have the remaining allotted time to complete the remaining section(s). In total, you will have 230 minutes to respond to 180 questions.
Who this course is for:
- PMP aspirants, Project Managers, Project Associates, Project Specialists
- Anyone who wants mock exams for the new PMP exam structure
Edward Shehab is an American expert and professional coach with over 25 years’ experience in Project & Program Management, Business Process Analysis & Design, Building Operational & Organizational Excellence, and Leadership & Team Development.
Originally from Boston, MA, where Edward spent ten years at General Electric Co., he has worked extensively in the USA and later in the Middle East, providing consulting and training for many global and regional organizations in different sectors including Government, Town Planning, Engineering, Consumer Products, Information Technology, Systems Integration and New Product Development.
Edward is an expert at assessing and designing custom methodologies for Portfolio, Project, and Programs, creating and setting up new and strategically aligned PMO’s, as well as building efficiency thru the use of Six Sigma, Business Process & Organizational Modeling, and Requirements Management.
Edward is a certified:
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Program Management Professional (PgMP) (he was a contributor to the new PgMP Practice Standard 4th Edition)
Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP) (1st in USA to become PfMP certified)
Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) from The IIBA (1st person to be certified in Middle East North Africa)
Project Management Office Certified (PMOC)
Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB)
He holds a Master of Science degree in “Management of Programs and Projects” and a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering, both from Boston, MA.