|Features||Easy PMP Exam Prep||Other PMP Exam Prep|
|Classroom Training Days||5-Days||2-Days|
|30 Day Instructor Helpline||Yes||No|
|35 Contact Hours Certificate||Yes||Yes|
|PMP Certified Trainers||Yes||Yes|
|PMP Book Exam Prep||Yes||No|
|On-demand eLearning Access||Unlimited||1 Year|
|PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition||Yes||No|
|Tool Kit||Quick Reference||15 Common PM Tools|
|Educational Background||Project Management Experience||Project Management Education|
|Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent)||Minimum five years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project*||35 contact hours of formal education|
|Four-year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent)||Minimum three years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 4,500 hours were spent leading and directing the project*||35 contact hours of formal education|
*Leading and directing the project is identified with the tasks, knowledge, and skills which are specific in the Project Management Professional Examination Content Outline.
Q: What is the format of the PMP Certification Exam?
A: The PMP Certification exam is typically conducted in the Computer-based testing (CBT) mode at Prometric CBT centers located across the world. The exam is of about 4-hour duration and consists of 200 multiple-choice questions. Out of these 200 questions, 175 questions are scored and considered towards final score calculation, while the remaining 25 questions are pretest questions that are not scored.
The following shows the breakup of questions by domain in the PMP Examination
|Domain||Percentage of Questions|
|Monitoring and Controlling||25%|
Q: What is the cost of appearing for a PMP Certification Exam?
A: The cost of the PMP Certification exam in the Computer-based testing mode is as follows:
|PMI Member Status||USD Fee|
Q: What is PMBoK?
A: PMBoK or Project Management Body of Knowledge is a collection of processes and knowledge areas that are accepted as best practices for Project Management across the world. This is essentially the sum of knowledge within the discipline of Project Management as maintained by PMI. The current version of the PMBoK is the PMBoK 6.
A: You can check out the PMI official site at www.pmi.org for information related to the PMP credential. You can also check out the PMP Handbook at this link for more information.