"no fault" PMP application failure
2 years 2 months ago #6433
I recently applied to sit the PMP exam. I realized shortly after I sent in my application, I should have spent a little more time on the work experience descriptions. I should have used terms associated with project management that are recognized by PMI. I realized this when I starting preparing for the exam.
My application was audited and I complied with the audit requirements. I was able to get my School Transcripts, Course Certificate, and all of my current and past Managers to sign off on the project experience audit forms. Unfortunately, my application could not be passed. I received a “no fault” failure; this status removes the probation period.
The follow up email from PMP explained that the reason they could not pass my application was because of my inadequate experience descriptions. I am in the process of reviewing my submitted PMP application. After contacting PMI they explained that I could resubmit the same projects, but rewrite the descriptions. I believe that some of the experience descriptions that I submitted in my PMP application did not accurately reflect my project work experience. I was hoping to find someone that could help me out, possibly review the project experience part of the PMP application before I submit it. I would happily pay for assistance with this. Does anyone know of a PMP "Tutor" for lack of a better term?
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