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PMP exam at home using laptop 1 year 5 months ago #21088

  • Priyanka Jaiswal
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Is a pen and a notebook allowed during PMP exam @home? I feel pen and a notebook is required for doing formula based questions? Also wanted to understand if calculator is allowed in the PMP exam...
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PMP exam at home using laptop 1 year 5 months ago #21094

  • Michelle Navarro
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Sorry, but no paper or pen of any kind. You have to use their own whiteboard app. I don't like it either - I have to figure out how to do my data dump on the whiteboard.
I did take a practice exam yesterday using the Microsoft Whiteboard as a stand-in (it honestly looks better than the Pearson VUE app, but it's close). It wasn't too bad. I much prefer pen and paper.
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