*** The new format of the PMP® Exam - 2021 is still based on PMBOK Ed. 6 + Agile Practice Guide by PMI +New Exam Content Outline
Tests for Cost, Schedule, Quality, Resources knowledge areas.
These practice exams are high reliable PMP® exams, and they will give you the confidence to pass the Real PMP Exam. Also, it will lead you to close the project management knowledge gaps. After solving these mock exams, you have to understand all the explanations carefully, It will close gaps, clear all concepts, help to understand the project management, and pass the PMP Exam without tension.
You can go for the real exam if you score more than 75% in our mock exams. you need to do at least three full simulation tests in exam mode to be familiar with the exam mode and environment.
If you have got a question wrong, or you have doubts about choosing the answer, then check the following things:
In which domain I am making the most mistakes?
Did I answer a question incorrectly because I did not know the concept or the application of the concept?
Are there any repeat mistakes I am making?
If a question took >5 mins to solve, was there a way to solve it faster?
Am I making any careless mistakes?
Do I do the wrong interpretation or I miss keywords?
ask yourself, what is the keyword in the question to make you select the right answer.
Is there a common trend of incorrect answers? Eg. Am I getting more situational-type questions wrong?
Make notes for your reference as you keep on analyzing the questions.
All the best for your PMP® exam in 2021 and I hope you find this simulation beneficial.
Who this course is for:
PMP® aspirants who want to practice exam questions
Project managers who want to lead projects successfully
Managers who want to relate PMBoK® concepts with real-world examples
PMP® credential holders who want to renew their concepts
PMP® credential holders who need PDUs to maintain their PMP® certification
(PMI-PMP)® Certification and Exam Process
Project Management Institute (PMI®) is an organization that offers accreditations to project management professionals. It is also involved in research, determination, and publication of standards with regard to project management. Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification is one of the accreditations offered by PMI®.
PMP® certification is designed for professionals who have demonstrated their expertise in the following areas:
performing general project-related tasks under the supervision
leading and directing teams in ensuring that projects are completed within the timelines and within the determined budgetary projections
applying the correct methodologies in delivering projects with regards to properly defined project requirements
To qualify for this certification, a candidate must first meet any of the prerequisites below:
Be a holder of a secondary degree
7500 hours of leading as well as directing team projects
A total of 35 hours of studying project management
Be a holder of a 4-year degree
4500 hours of leading as well as directing team projects
35 hours of studying project management
Once you meet the above requirements, the next step is to register and schedule your PMP® exam by following this certification process. Other details for this exam are available in the PMP® Certification Handbook. PMP® exam comprises 200 multiple-choice questions and an allocated time of 4 hours. 175 of these questions will be used to give you a score, while the other 25 are included for statistical purposes only. The last published exam score was done in 2005 and it was at 61%. As it is now, PMI® no longer discloses its exams’ passing scores. The cost of this exam is $405 for PMI members and $555 for non-members.
Before sitting for the PMI-PMP® exam, it is important that a candidate thoroughly prepares for it. The preparation process involves understanding the exam objectives, enrolling in a live online training course, and using other resources. It is also recommended that a candidate goes through and understands the exam outline and PMP® Body of Knowledge (PMPBOK®) because the exams are based on these guidelines.
Passing the PMP® exam qualifies you for a PMP® certification that is valid for three years. To maintain it, you must earn 60 PDUs (Professional Development Units) every three years. This certification leads you to a number of job roles like PMP® Certified Program Manager, Program Coordinator, Quality Assurance Specialist, Project Lead Technology Manager, and Program Manager.
PMP® certification is considered to be among the top ten certifications around the world. Professionals with this certification can expect salaries that are 20% higher than the salaries for those without PMP® certification. These professionals can also work in any industry all around the world. PMP® certification also has immense advantages for employers. Having individuals in the company who can lead and direct projects means timely project delivery within the strict budget requirements. All this has resulted in the popularity of PMP® certification. More and more people are pursuing this certification. PMI has surely produced experts who are capable of organizing, running, and delivering quality projects.
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You can retake the test as many times as you would like.
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You can skip a question to come back to at the end of the exam.
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