PMP Exam Guidance
To earn your Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential, you need to meet the experience and education requirements, and pass the PMP Exam, a 200-question, multiple-choice test.
Regardless of how advanced your project management experience or education might be, you should still prepare vigorously for the PMP Exam.
Successful PMP candidates typically use multiple study aids, including courses, self-study and study groups, so make sure you leave yourself plenty of preparation time before you take the PMP Exam.
Learn more about PMP Exam Prep Tips here at www.pmi.org
PMP certification: How to ace the Project Management Professional exam
Preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam can be challenging.
Moira Alexander posted her thoughts on www.cio.com. This article about the PMP certification and why it is so valuable, as well as insights into the layout of the exam, the prerequisites, costs and tips will help you ace the exam on your first try.
Read more here.
Attend an Online PMP Exam Preparation Class
You are required to attend 35 hours of project management training prior to registering for the exam. The Exam Prep Deep Dive meets this requirement.
Why use is online the most effective PMP Exam Prep Class approach? The exam contains a LOT of content. Live classroom training can be overwhelming. Self-paced online training fits YOUR pace of learning.
Versatile's online Deep Dive PMP Exam Prep class can be combined with a LIVE classroom experience. It prepares you to study for the exam by showing you what to expect and providing enough exam questions to give you a sense of confidence.
The PMO Needs to Take a Stand On PMP Certification
PMP Certification is popular and requires 35 hours of project management training before you can sit for the PMP Exam.
PMP certification doesn't make sense for every person who leads a project. It is best for people who have committed to a career in project management. And even organizations that are strongly project-driven have opted not to value the PMP certification, choosing instead to promote project management training that builds skills and is aligned with their own processes.
The PMO should be an active participant in this ongoing discussion about the value and proper place the PMP certification holds in an organization. This video from www.pmi.org adds a personal perspective.