Practice makes perfect. If you were a baseball player, you don’t want to be up at the bat only to strike out. You may practice against a teammate to improve your swing, but ultimately, there is no real substitute for playing a real game. When you play a competitive sport, after all your hard work in preparing and training, you want to win. It is the same with the PMP exam. A PMP credential is an important one to advance in your career. On the day of the PMP exam, when you are at the PMP exam center, you want to pass!
To ensure your success, you need to know the ins and outs of the PMBOK Guide and PMP exam content and take as many PMP practice exams as possible. In this article, I describe the most common types of PMP questions, provide you with sample PMP questions and give you links to where you can get more free PMP exam questions.
Moderators: Yolanda Mabutas, Timothy Enalls, Scott Gillard, Mary Kathrine Padua, ERIC BARTLETT, Kevin Nason, Steven Mudrinich, PMP, Mark Wuenscher, PMP, John Wolverton, Tracy Shagnea, PMP, Jada Garrett, Mark Lacattiva, Patrick Floris PhD PMP, Ty Weston, PMP, Genevieve Pluviose, PMP
This interview with Simona Fallavollita (LinkedIn Profile) was recorded at the magnificient Project Management Institute (PMI)® Global Conference 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. We discuss the how, what, why and when of the changes that are coming to the PMP exam.