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TOPIC: PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information?

PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information? 11 months 16 hours ago #7446

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Hello,
In my current position, I perform 100-150 general trades construction projects per year in the facility maintenance industry. How do I condense this information in the application where I don't have to list every project? It would literally be around 300 projects.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Lee

PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information? 11 months 16 hours ago #7447

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Lee, first and foremost, the application you submit doesn't require information solely from your job. Consider your social clubs or community groups that you belong to. Do you put together events or build things for these groups as a volunteer. Those are projects, too.

Now to your question, the criteria for the PMP application is 4,500 hours (36 months) with a bachelor's degree. So I recommend choosing separate and distinct projects going back three where you exemplified the five knowledge areas from the PMBOK. Of course you don't have to list all your projects. You might consider a scale to select from your choices, such as dollar value, length of time, depth of involvement.
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PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information? 11 months 16 hours ago #7448

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Dear Sir,

I am wondering how you can be member of or manage 300 projects in a year. Does your company produce 300 new products or services per year? For your application kindly select key or major projects in which you have played an important role for the success. Kindly read again PMI requirements and confirm your project definition as stipulated in the PMBOK.

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PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information? 11 months 14 hours ago #7449

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Thank you for taking the time to reply to my question.

PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information? 11 months 14 hours ago #7450

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I should have added that the approximate 300 projects is over a three year period. We run a large amount of project with shorter life cycles. Thank you for your time.

PMP Application with 200 Plus Projects Over Past Three Years - How Do I Condense this Information? 10 months 4 weeks ago #7451

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Hi Lee,

I understand your predicament because I was in a similar situation when I was applying for my PMP certification. I work as a bid manager, however my projects cycles are extremely short. As a result, I too landed up with a lot of projects within the stipulated time frame.

Now since the nature of the projects were similar, I simply gave a summary of what those projects involved including the total number. Additionally I also spoke about what I did in each of those projects, on a very high level, using PMBOK terminologies.

I wasn't audited and my application was accepted. Hope this helps. Let me know if you'd like any further information or assistance.
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