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1 year 5 months ago #25209

Elizabeth Harrin

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I don't think there is a hard and fast rule. If you feel like taking an exam again as practice, do that. If you want to work through your old test results and review the areas where you got things wrong, do that. I would suggest that you do both if you have enough time. If you've studied more and feel like you would do better on a test if you took it again, start with taking the full exam again. It's your study plan, so you know best what is going to work for you.
1 year 5 months ago #25172

Ajay

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Thanks for the revert.
Also I am giving my premium mock exams from the simulator.I had completed one round of 7 mocks i gave.
I couldn't score a good percentage.
Now again I wish to give the premium mocks.
Is it advisable to gave 2nd round of mock again or should I revisit my previous mock?
Please suggest.
Thanks
1 year 5 months ago #25169

Elizabeth Harrin

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Hi Ajay. PMI does not publish the passing score so it is not possible to know the answer to this.
1 year 5 months ago #25165

Ajay Bhan

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Hello Team,
Can someone please clarify the passing score in the main PMP exam.
Out of 200 how much we need to get in order to clear the exams.
Thank you.
Regards,
Ajay

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