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The process for PMP certification involves documenting…a significant number of hours that you…have dedicated to project management in each of the various stages of a project.…So, initiating, planning, executing, etcetera.…You then have to apply to sit in an exam, for an exam.…And then you take the exam, which at the moment…is 200 questions, multiple choice and you have four hours.…It's scenario based, most of it, so you'll read a…project scenario and then you'll have questions associated with it.…
The basis for the information you're supposed to…know, is PMI's project management body of knowledge, book.…And then some other, what they call the literature, so, you…know, other books that they list on the, on the PMI website.…That they draw some questions from.…The intent of the exam is to sort of assess the…actual skill that you have in that it's not just memorization.…And spitting back terminology.…All right, there's a bit of that, but mostly,…it's, are you going to think like a project…manager, about how you go through, you know, a particular project.…
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- Advice for new project managers
- Why choose PMP® certification?
- Tracking project hours
- What is a triple-threat leader?
- Agile vs. waterfall project management
- Preventing scope creep
- Learning to say no<br><br>