This app can help you to pass the exam of Project Management Professional (PMP) quickly and easily.
This app contain 970 multiple choice questions pool, with one correct answers.
If you enable timer, questions must be answered in near 20 hours for all pool.
For real exam, you need to answer 200 questions in 4 hours.
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Project Management Professional (PMP) is an internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). There are currently 729,552 active PMP certified individuals and 284 chartered chapters across 210 countries and territories worldwide. The exam is based on the PMI Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK).
The exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions written against the PMBOK specification and the PMP Code of Ethics. The exam is closed book; no reference materials are allowed. Twenty-five of the 200 questions on the exam are "sample" questions used to fine-tune the degree of difficulty and precision of the exam and as such are not counted for or against a test taker. These questions are placed randomly throughout the exam. The test taker is only graded on their proficiency on 175 questions. The numbers in parentheses describe the percentage of questions for each domain.
The American Council of Education through the SkillSoft course list has evaluated the PMP Certification and has determined that the credential is eligible to receive 3 credit hours of academic credit.
The US Department of Education and the National Science Foundation have deemed all United States professional certifications to be at level 50 in the Mapping The World of Education, Comparable Database System (Volume Two: Codes for Program Completion Awards by Country). The Level 50 code addresses "Postsecondary Programs and Awards of No More Than 2 Years. Programs and awards that are designed to represent no more than 2 years of study; constitute postsecondary education as operationally defined in CDS; and are not second (graduate-level) programs and awards."
Before we start talking about the things that the PMP Certification Exam is meant to test in a candidate, let’s take a look at the some of the common fallacies about the exam. The PMP Certification Exam isn’t meant to test your:
Project management experience.
General Knowledge or common sense.
Understanding of industry practices.
Expertise in using software tools.
Theoretical knowledge gained at a management school.
The PMP Exam consists of exactly 200 questions, covering a broad range of topics, but out of the 200 only 175 questions are scored and counted. The other 25 questions are called pretest questions and thought to be experimental questions that PMI evaluates for use on future exams. These 25 pretest questions are not counted towards the individual’s grade but here’s the tricky part – you will never know which questions will be counted and which are the experimental one’s.
The PMP exam consists of questions from six performance domains and the percentage for each domain is as follows:
Initiating the project – 11%
Planning the project – 23%
Executing the project – 27%
Monitoring and controlling the project – 21%
Closing the project – 9%
Professional and social responsibility -9%
How much will you need to score to pass the exam?
The PMP exam is a pass/fail type exam. In order to pass it, you need to answer 141 questions correctly out of the 175 scored questions. That’s about 8 1 % of the questions, which is an extremely high percentage for an exam such as this. You should aim to give it your best shot and to make sure that your best efforts help you get to the passing score set by the PMI.