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PMP Certification

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Acronym for Project Management Professional, PMP certification exam inquires your skills and knowledge in heading and prominent teams, along with the delivery of the project results. Reckoned by numerous companies and organizations, if you have acquired good result in PMP exam then definitely you are at an upper edge. In fact, successfully clearing PMP certification might be provides you a better opportunity to jobs and in your promotion too. Playing a vital role in your life, PMP certification can really work wonders for you, and your career.

The exam is entirely computer based and has been conducted usually at the major PMI’s i.e. Project Management Institutes. The certification includes 6 major arenas that are:

  1.        Project Initiation
  2.        Project Planning
  3.        Project Executing
  4.        Project Controlling
  5.        Project Closing
  6.        Professional responsibility

The questions are in multiple choice formats, constituting 200 items, out of which 175 will be graded and 25 are pre release questions. Main core attention of the exam involves planning, execution and control areas. In fact, PMP training is all about the responsibility and vision you have towards your profession and social environment. This is the reason that the leadership competency has been given appropriate recognition and credit in the PMP certification exam.

For passing the PMP certification, you really need to answer at least 137 questions correct out of 200 ones. After completing the test, you will attain your result immediately. Whether you failed or passed, just go for the PMP certification and always try to move on in your life by grooming yourself more and more.

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