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The Project Management Professional (PMP) ® is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. The PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification is a certification program administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) since the late 1990s as the first industry-recognized certification designed specifically to credential project managers in project management. It is a comprehensive certification program if you are in the business of managing projects and looking for ways to run projects more efficiently.

Exam Process

Exam Process


  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent)

  • 7,500 hours leading and directing projects

  • 35 hours of project management education


  • Four-year degree

  • 4,500 hours leading and directing projects

  • 35 hours of project management education

PMP Process
Number of Questions: 200 Questions
Exam Duration: 4 Hours
Passing Score: 61%
Validated Against PMBOK 6th Edition
Exam Price PMP Exam Testing Fee for Non-PMI Members: $555 (USD) PMP Exam Testing Fee for PMI Members: $405 (USD). Refer PMI site for latest pricing.

The real exam is a multiple-choice, computer-based exam and it can be taken from any local test centers in your country.

Who can take PMP?

Set The New Project Management Standard With world recognized PMP Certification. According to PMI, if you’re an experienced project manager responsible for all aspects of project delivery, leading and directing cross-functional teams, then the PMP is the right choice for you.

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Question 1.

The CEO of the company has made an announcement about a very critical project for the bank, of which you are the project manager. The project was initiated with a big meeting and you have been allocated with some of the best industry experts to be a part of the project team. You have just completed baselining the scope when your team member informs you the the project is being terminated. What could be the most likely cause of this?

  1. The project sponsor failed to support the project
  2. The project did not have an approved charter
  3. The project manager did not obtain the necessary approvals from the client
  4. The project team members do not possess the necessary capabilities

Choice A is correct.

The project sponsor has to support the project. This is the only answer that is plausible. The project charter must have been approved for the CEO to make an announcement or the project manager to get hired. Refer to the PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Integration Management

Question 2.

A project activity A has a late start of 5 days and a late finish of 10 days. It also has an early start of 3 days and an early finish of 8 days. What is the slack of activity A?

  1. 5 days
  2. 3 days
  3. 2 days
  4. -2 days

Choice C is correct.

Project float or slack is computed by LS-ES = 5 - 3 or LF - EF = 10 - 8 = 2 days. Refer to the PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Schedule Management

Question 3.

After collecting all the requirements of the project the project team needs to determine the final requirements and develop a detailed description of the product. They would need a final document with the detailed description of the product, the acceptance criteria and what is excluded from the scope. The project team needs to create a

  1. Scope management plan
  2. Project scope statement
  3. Requirements document
  4. Requirements traceability matrix

Choice B is correct.

The project scope statement contains the detailed description of the product, the acceptance criteria, and what is excluded from the project. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Scope Management pg 154

Question 4.

In a projectized organisation a project team is working on multiple projects. There is generally some confusion in the team about what project to work on and what tasks are more important than others. Where can they get clarity in determining priorities between projects in the organisation?

  1. The project management office
  2. The project sponsor
  3. The project manager
  4. The functional manager

Choice A is correct.

The project management office in a projectized organisation provides direction on the priority of projects. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Management Introduction

Question 5.

You are managing a project where the CPI has gone much above the threshold of 1.1 and you need to replan the project budget. After re-estimating the budget you realise that the project budget has increase by 20%. This will require a change of the project’s cost baseline, which has a primary constraint of cost. What should you do in this case?

  1. Update the cost baseline and inform the project sponsor
  2. Carry on with updating the cost baseline without informing anyone
  3. Raise a change request to update the cost baseline
  4. Do nothing for now. Maybe later the CPI will fall below the threshold

Choice C is correct.

Any change to project baselines needs to be approved through the change control board. Refer to the PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Integration Management

Question 6.

The project you are managing has multiple stakeholders spanning across multiple locations. Managing stakeholders and communications is a challenge in your project. After a long project status meeting you overhear some stakeholders complaining that they were unable to understand the status of the projects on a regular basis through the reports they received. Which of the following type of report would provide the information needed by senior management?

  1. Gantt Chart
  2. Work performance data
  3. Milestone reports
  4. Work performance information

Choice C is correct.

Milestone reports provide summary information. Refer to the PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Schedule Management

Question 7.

You are managing an agile project. You need a tool to control the schedule that plots the relationship between the ideal remaining work, actual remaining work, and the forecast remaining work. Such a tool is called a

  1. Earned Value Analysis Chart
  2. Product Roadmap
  3. Iteration plan
  4. Iteration Burndown Chart

Choice D is correct.

The iteration burndown chart is a tool to control the schedule in agile projects. It plots the relationship between the ideal remaining work, actual remaining work, and the forecast remaining work. Refer to PMBOK 6th ed. Project Schedule Management. pg 226

Question 8.

You are the project manager in an instrumentation engineering company. The project CPI is 1.15. You realise that the initial budgeted cost for the project is no longer viable. You need to develop a new estimate at completion forecast assuming that current variances will continue to remain at the same levels in the future. The project sponsor asks for your estimate of the project at completion. Which of the following should you use to compute the EAC?

  1. EAC = AC + ETC
  2. EAC= AC+ (BAC - EV)
  3. EAC = EV/PV
  4. EAC = BAC/ cumulative CPI

Choice D is correct.

If the CPI is expected to continue at the same rate for the remaining duration of the project the project manager can use (BAC/ cumulative CPI) to compute the estimated cost at completion. Refer to the PMBOK guide on project cost management, pg 265

Question 9.

The project is due for the weekly quality audit by the project management office. The quality control audit team sends the project manager their report that the project is not complying with the project’s quality standards. Where can the project manager find how the project will demonstrate compliance with the project’s quality requirements or standards?

  1. Quality management plan
  2. Project quality metrics
  3. Work performance information
  4. Issue logs

Choice A is correct.

WPI and Issue logs are outputs of quality processes. The quality management plan documents how the project’s quality standards will be met. Refer to the PMBOK guide on project quality management, pg 277

Question 10.

As a project manager you are trying to develop the project team as the project develops. You plan to use the Tuckman Model to define the stages of team development. The phase that is generally known to have the maximum level of team conflict is

  1. Forming
  2. Storming
  3. Performing
  4. Adjourning

Choice B is correct.

The Tuckman model is one of the models used to describe team development. The storming phase is a phase that can become the most counterproductive. Refer to PMBOK 6th ed, Project Resource Management pg 338

Question 11.

The project risk management team needs to determine the expected monetary value of a control account. The control account has 3 work packages labelled as 1.1, 1.2 an 1.3. Work package 1.1 has an probability of 10% and an impact of $1000, work package has a probability of 20% and an impact of $1000, and work package 1.3 has a probability of 10% and an impact of $2000. What is the expected monetary value of the control account?

  1. $4,000
  2. $400
  3. $500
  4. $600

Choice C is correct.

EMV of control account is (10% x $1000) + (20% x $1000) + (10% x $2000) = $500

Question 12.

The practice of creating a document that guides an agile teams on how to work together and team norms is referred to as a

  1. Team Charter
  2. Project Charter
  3. Team agreements
  4. Team meeting minutes

Choice A is correct.

For agile projects the charter is referred to as the team charter as opposed to predictive projects that refer to the document as the project charter. Refer to the PMBOK Guide 6th ed pg 820

Question 13.

The project manager needs to outsource part of the product design to an external agency. The project manager of the agency is concerned about the stability of the project scope. In what type of contract between the buyer and seller is the seller most concerned about the contract scope?

  1. Time and material
  2. Fixed price
  3. Cost reimbursable
  4. Cost plus incentive fee

Choice B is correct.

A fixed price project is risky for the seller if the scope of work is not defined properly. The costs could overrun causing the seller to take a loss. For the other options the risk is on the buyer. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Procurement Management

Question 14.

You have been asked to visit the stakeholder of the project in a foreign country. The project is a very visible project and everyone wants to be involved with the project. The meetings with all the stakeholders have been highly successful. You are about to book your flight for back home when the client sends you tickets for a 3 day trip to the company’s resort. What should you do?

  1. Speak to the client and refuse saying its unethical
  2. Ask the project managers from other projects at the client site whether this is a common practice
  3. Take this issue up with your company’s legal department
  4. File a compliant with your company’s project management office

Choice B is correct.

Since the project manager is in a foreign country she should first check with others to see if this is a common practice before taking any other steps. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Professional and Social Responsibility

Question 15.

One of your team members is constantly approaching you to ask for details about the work she is supposed to perform. The project manager needs to guide the team member to

  1. The work breakdown structure
  2. Activity list
  3. The work breakdown structure dictionary
  4. Activity summary details

Choice C is correct.

The WBS dictionary contains the details the work to be performed for each work package in the WBS. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Create WBS

Question 16.

The project sponsor asks the project manager about the status of the project schedule. The work performance report indicates that the actual time is greater than the earned schedule. This indicates that the project is

  1. Ahead of schedule
  2. Behind schedule
  3. On track
  4. Need more information to deduce

Choice B is correct.

Schedule variance = ES - AT. Therefore if AT > ES then variance is negative and project is behind schedule. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Cost Management. pg 233

Question 17.

The project sponsor reviews the performance of a project where the CPI is 1.2 and the SPI is 0.92. This indicates that

  1. The project is behind schedule and budget
  2. The project is ahead of schedule and budget
  3. The project is behind schedule and above budget
  4. The project is behind schedule and below budget

Choice D is correct.

SPI < 1 means the project is behind schedule. CPI > 1 means project is within budget.
Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Cost Management

Question 18.

The project’s planned value is 400, earned value is 250 and actual cost is 300. What is the cost variance for this project?

  1. 50
  2. -100
  3. -50
  4. 100

Choice C is correct.

CV = EV-AC = 250-300 = -50

Question 19.

You are the project manager of a project that is expanding in scope. Your team size has increased from a current size of 11 team members to 15 team members. How many communication channels does your team increase by due to the addition of 4 additional members?

  1. 50
  2. 54
  3. 4
  4. 51

Choice C is correct.

N*(N-1)/2 = 12*11/2 = 66. After expansion the team size becomes 16*15/2 = 120
therefore 120-66 = 54 channels (include the project manager)
Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Communications Management, pg 366

Question 20.

The project’s scope is unstable and hence the manager is unsure of the project procurement scope to be performed in detail. As a result he proposes to the procurement contract manager that the contract be changed to a cost reimbursable contract. This increases the risk for

  1. The seller
  2. The project
  3. The team
  4. The sponsor

Choice B is correct.

A cost reimbursable contract is risky for the buyer/project as the seller can inflate costs. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed Project Procurement Management

Question 21.

You are the project manager of a project whose stakeholders are dispersed over four countries. After a recent virtual meeting with the stakeholders you feel that the stakeholder engagement levels for the project is waning. You need to assess the actual levels of stakeholder engagement with planned levels to increase communications to bridge the gaps. Where can you find this information?

  1. Stakeholder engagement assessment matrix
  2. Stakeholder register
  3. Stakeholder cube
  4. Stakeholder risk assessment

Choice A is correct.

The stakeholder engagement assessment matrix displays the gaps between the current and desired levels of stakeholder engagement. Refer to the PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Stakeholder management, pg 376

Question 22.

An engineering company enters into a contract with a client whereby the payment for the project will be in the form of cost reimbursement plus an incentive fee. The target cost is $100,000, the target fee is $10,000 with a sharing ratio of 80/20. The actual project cost is $80,000. What would be the seller’s total fee?

  1. 14,000
  2. 10,000
  3. 90,000
  4. 84,000

Choice A is correct.

Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed Project Procurement Management
Target cost = 100,000
Actual cost = 80,000
Savings = 20,000
Share to the seller 20% of 20,000 = 4000
10,000 + 4000 = 14,000

Question 23.

The project manager has estimated the project costs after including the cost of quality and risk to create the baseline. To compute the final project budget the project manager

  1. Adds contingency reserves to the total cost
  2. Adds management reserves to contingency reserves
  3. Adds management reserves to the cost baseline
  4. Adds risk reserves to activity costs

Choice C is correct.

To calculate the final project budget the management reserves need to be added to the cost baseline. Refer to PMBOK 6th ed. Project Cost Management pg 255

Question 24.

A project manager is in the process to create the communications plan. Because he is working in a matrix organisation he can expect communications to be

  1. Complex
  2. Simple
  3. Effective
  4. Efficient

Choice A is correct.

Communications in a matrix organisation is complex. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed pg 39

Question 25.

The project team needs to create a detailed project schedule. This can be done only after

  1. The risk assessment is completed
  2. The activity costing is completed
  3. The WBS and WBS dictionary is completed
  4. The critical path diagram is completed

Choice C is correct.

After the work breakdown structure and WBS dictionary is complete can the project team create a detailed project schedule. Refer to PMBOK Guide 6th ed. Project Integration Management

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Apply PMP skills on your job

  • Since you have earned your PMP certification, it is advisable to start applying what you learn.

  • Improve yourself by applying the principles learned and start noting them down for future reference.

  • After PMP, it is the experience matter which you are having like the Industry, domain etc.

  • Also the experience in the same field as a project manager will be helpful.

Take Certifications (If you are interested)

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Decide your specialization

  • Choose the industry, Which one is good for you in long term

  • Choose the area, Which you want to make your career in?

  • If you do too many diverse certification and show multiple skills, you have less chance of getting hired. Clearly stand out as expert in one area.

Update your resume

We all know that PMP become mandatory item on the resume of anyone pursuing a career as a project manager. I know that many will say that what matters is the experience, but still many recruiters wants only PMP certified managers. So update your profile with PMP certification details and improve your profile ranking.

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PMP Certification Benefits

PMP certification benefits include career growth, industry change and salary hike.

Read these articles:

Salary Hike: The average salary for project management professionals in the USA is $101,505, according to the PMI Project Management Salary Survey-Fourth Edition. Managers who hold the PMP certification get higher salary than non-certified project managers.

Growth in Career Prospects:PMP certification is internationally recognized accreditation (ISO 9001 and 17024 ) is recognized by the global business community . Attain your PMP certification, and add value to your CV. You can show your CV to different industries you are looking for.

PMP Certification Topics

The following table identifies the proportion of quest ions from each domain that will appear on the examination. These percentages are used to determine the number of questions related to each domain and task that should appear on the multiple-choice format examination.

Topics Percentage of Items on Test
Project Management - Introduction 9.90%
Project Management - Environment 0.40%
Project Integration Management 11.30%
Project Scope Management 9.30%
Project Schedule Management 11%
Project Cost Management 8.80%
Project Quality Management 9%
Project Resource Management 6.50%
Project Communications Management 6.20%
Project Risk Management 8.80%
Project Procurements Management 5.50%
Project Stakeholder Management 5.90%
Professional and Social Responsibility 3.30%
Agile Project Management 4%


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