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Ensure project deliverables conform to quality standards Monitor all risks and initiate a response strategy Obtain final acceptance for the project Obtain financial, legal, and administrative closure Release project resources Identify, document, and communicate lessons learned Archive and retain project records Measure customer satisfaction
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5 Closing the Project Process Group:
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Notice how the verbs vary among the process groups, especially between the Initiation and Planning process groups (ie, define, identify, develop) and the Execution process group (ie, execute, ensure, implement, and manage) This is to further emphasize the change in the fourth edition of PMBOK to be more action-oriented, using a verb noun format (Plan Risk) versus a noun-verb format (Risk Planning) This seems like a small change; however, it makes a big difference when it comes time to create the WBS or the schedule for your project
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Even though the professional and social responsibilities are not covered in the PMBOK Guide, there are a number of questions (approximately 18) on the PMP and slightly fewer on the CAPM exam These questions relate to the ethical application of project management and are broken into four value categories in the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct guidelines area The value categories are
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Responsibilities Respect Fairness Honesty The focus areas for professional and social responsibilities are as follows:
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Ensure individual integrity Contribute to the project management knowledge base Enhance professional competence Promote interaction among stakeholders
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1: Bridging the Gap Between PM and PMP
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Overall the CAPM exam focuses on the PM s ability to work in a project team and understand the domains/process groups, nine knowledge areas, and 42 processes, according to the PMBOK As previously mentioned, the CAPM is based more on the academic view of project management according to the PMBOK as opposed to the applied practitioner view as tested in the PMP exam The CAPM exam questions tend to be straightforward compared to the more situational (what would you do if) questions you will find in the PMP exam
Expected Results (First-Time Pass Rate)
The first-time pass rate is tightly controlled by PMI and changes occasionally and without notice; however, history indicates that the target is about 70 percent, compared to only 50 percent in 1998 This means seven out of ten people taking the PMP exam for the first time, on average, are smiling when they leave the test center Unfortunately, three on average are not smiling and will have to try again later PMI raised the bar significantly in the 2005 PMP exam when the percentage of correct answers needed to pass increased to over 80 percent This drove the first-time pass rate of people taking the exam down to less than 60 percent Fortunately, PMI revisited those results quickly and adjusted the test scoring back to around 70 percent to pass PMI tends to be shy about publishing this information, and it rarely has been shown on the website since 2004
How to Apply for a PMI Exam
Once you have selected the credential that is right for you, you submit an online application form to sit for the exam Directions for the application, current pricing, and additional details are also available on the PMI website Again, you have two ways to take a PMI exam: computer based and paper based (you must be physically located further than 1865 miles from a contracted PMI test facility to qualify for paper-based testing) Once your application has been reviewed, you will receive approval or denial within a matter of 5 10 business days Once approved, you have up to one year to schedule and sit for the exam
Start the registration process as early as possible and schedule a planned date to take the exam This will make it real and help drive you to complete the process
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