The updated PMP® exam Details of the new (2021) PMP exam content outline is here. The Content Outline consists of the following three Exam Domains;
• emphasizing the skills and activities associated with effectively leading a project team
• reinforcing the technical aspects of managing a project
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• highlighting the connection between projects and organization strategy
Below is a video of a webinar, discussing all the new PMP exam changes.
Don’t have time to watch the video? Continue reading below for more information.
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The format of the PMP Exam:
180 questions (the previous exam was 200) but the same number of questions will be scored
230 minutes (3 hrs 50 mins) to complete the exam
One additional break for a total of two 10-minute breaks.
Questions will be a combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank.
The Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam has been updated to ensure it reflects up-to-date practices and equips project managers with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today’s modern project environments.
PMP® exam – what has not changed:
World’s leading Project Management credential
1m+ certification holders worldwide across >200 countries
Minimum prerequisite for working at the experienced practitioner level in many roles and industries
Indicates a solid foundation of readily applicable and current project management knowledge
Exam outline is based on a detailed Job Task Analysis, refreshed every 5-7 years.
Pearson VUE hosted exam;
Paper based (rare)
Valid for three years
60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every three years
If you’d like to complete your PMP exam preparation training with us, you can find further details here of our upcoming courses. Or if you’d like more information on the updated exam content outline, further details can be found on the PMI website here
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