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Might be a silly question 2 years 3 months ago #10229

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But what is 4MP 2P, 3MP etc

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Might be a silly question 2 years 3 months ago #10235

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Hi chas,
in the exam result, You are assigned a score in each process group. it is either:
Proficient (people use P as shortcut, so 3P, means one got Proficient in 3 process groups )
Moderately Proficient (MP)
Below Proficient (BP)
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Might be a silly question 2 years 3 months ago #10247

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Thank you for explaining
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Might be a silly question 2 years 3 months ago #10248

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Chas,

Never be shy to ask! When I originally started out to become PMP certified I had no idea at all what people meant by "ITTO" or "PMI-ism"...

Learning the language of the exam is part of everyone's preparation.
Until Next Time,
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Might be a silly question 2 years 3 months ago #10305

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There is no definite formula either as to how many P's, MP's, etc you need to "pass" the exam as it is totally based on the number of questions answered correctly. I myself had 4 P's and 1 MP but I've heard of people passing even with a BP in a knowledge area.

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Might be a silly question - Update 2 years 2 months ago #10524

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Thank you all

I passed my PMP exam today and got 4MP and 1P - could have been better but I am so relieved that I passed. I was pressed or time towards the end and just guessed the questions that I had marked for review

Chas Chand

Might be a silly question 2 years 2 months ago #10529

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Congratulations Chas, that is good news.
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