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Suzy should go for the PMP-level credential She understands that the PMP exam focuses on the ability to apply sound judgment to project situations
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Suzy s sister Mary currently has a high school diploma (no college degree) She does have a minimum of 7,500 hours of project management experience leading and directing project teams over a five year (60 non-overlapping months) period in the last eight years Mary also has over 35 hours of formal project management education, so she is also eligible to sit for the PMP exam
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Most people (myself included, before I took the test) are confused and intimidated by PMI exams This is normal and expected because few people want or like to take tests, especially with the cost, the time to prepare, and the level of commitment to pursue this three-to-four-hour event (note that the PMP exam was eight hours prior to April 1998) So, the good news is the exam is now only three to four hours, depending on the type of exam you take Plus, the majority of the exams are computer-based testing (CBT), which means touch screen for less paper processing and quicker scoring (and to align with the electronic generation) That s right, you get the results in minutes after you complete the exam right on the screen There is also a growing number of PMI Registered Education Providers (REPs) These are recognized companies, universities, and organizations that offer project management courses and certificate programs designed to help you prepare to successfully pass the exam In order to further demystify the exams, let s start with a quick review of the five types of examinations PMI currently offers The PMI exam types align with the credentials mentioned earlier, so only a brief summary of the types is provided here To begin, the two most common PMI exams are
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PMP (Project Management Professional) CAPM (Certified Associate Project Manager) The newer PMI exams are
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PgPM (Program Management Professional) PM-SP (PM Scheduling Professional) PM-RMP (PM Risk Management Professional)
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What s more, you have two ways to take PMI exams:
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Computer-based testing (CBT) Paper-based testing (PBT)
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There are strict requirements to qualify to take the paper-based test To be eligible, the candidate must live at least 1865 miles (300 km) from a PMI test site Also, there is a reexamination fee should you need to retake the test (See the PMIorg website for the latest fee amounts) You are allowed to retake the exam up to three times during your 12-month approved period The reexamination fee must be paid prior to each sitting for the exam
Differences Between the Exams
Because the PMP certification exam was introduced first, it has the highest number of credentialed PMs It is by far the most sought-after exam of all the credentials Because of its popularity, we will focus mostly on the details of the PMP exam According to PMI, the PMP exam is designed to determine your ability to demonstrate proficiency in each of the five process groups (also known as domains ): Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing The PMP exam is composed of 200 multiple-choice questions Of the 200 questions, 25 are considered pretest questions Pretest questions do not affect the score and are used in examinations as an effective and legitimate way to test the validity of future examination questions All questions are randomly placed throughout the examination Each question on the exam is developed and independently validated by global work groups (credential holders) and assigned a complexity rating Each exam is unique in that the system selects a random group of questions for each participant and the number of correct answers needed to pass the exam depends on the complexity of the questions selected For example, if many of the questions in your exam are higher in complexity, then you can pass with a slightly lower number of correct answers say, 69 percent as opposed to 70 percent (These percentages are examples only and are subject to change without notice) The allotted time to complete the PMP computer-based examination is four hours The CAPM, on the other hand, has 150 multiple-choice questions, with three hours allotted to complete the test These time limits are tightly controlled at the test center and, in general, most people feel they have more than enough time to complete the exams You can sign in and out to take short breaks, eat a snack, and so on however, the clock is still ticking Candidates for the CAPM credential must be able to document their contribution to projects as subject matter experts (SMEs) and team members They may also serve as
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