PMP Certification Exam Crash Course – Introduction (Based on Fifth Edition)
Welcome to PMP Certification Exam Crash Course!
If you are reading this blog, I am sure you are looking for some good material and tips to crack PMP certification exam.
Great! First of all, don’t worry. PMP exam is not so tough. People have made it tough. And I understood when I appeared and passed this certification exam in one try. I passed this exam in 2012 in one try. I prepared for 28 days, read a book and tried on 3 mock question sets. That’s it.
Believe me, It’s very much possible to pass this exam in 4-5 weeks with the help of one book, Crash lessons and Secret sauce.
What all you need to pass this exam?
- Be eligible and apply for PMP certification exam
- Set your exam date and study time table. Be disciplined and motivated
- Read one good book on all the topics, Practice with 2-3 mock questions sets
- Go through my PMP lessons, revise concepts, get tips and SECRET SAUCE!
- Appear in the exam, Apply the secret sauce
- Confidently answer 200 questions in 3 hours
- Review your answers in last hour and get the PASS certificate!!
PMP Certification Exam is all about Testing your knowledge of PMI processes, maths and how you apply them on situational questions. Although no passing criteria disclosed, but if you answer more than 105 questions out of 175 graded questions. 25 Experimental questions will not give you any score even if they are correct. And unfortunately, you won’t know which are those 25 questions. So, you should at least answer more than 130 questions to be in safe zone.
Please visit PMI site for PMP certification eligibility and guidelines
PMP Certification Exam focuses on 5 Process Groups which we will see in coming blogs in details. Here is the summary of allocations and Exam format:
Allocations of Questions in PMP Certification Exam
4 Hours (240 Minutes)
Type of Questions
Multiple Choice questions. No Negative Marking for wrong answers.
Tip : Don’t get trapped in many books! One good book is sufficient.
Let’s move to next blog ‘PMP Certification Exam Crash Course – Chapter 1- PMP Process Groups, Key Terms (Based on Fifth Edition)’ and start PMP Crash Course lessons.
Wish you the best and Happy Reading!
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