This is the fifth and last part of a series of five posts. Please read the first post “What is the PMP“, the second post “What is the PMP Eligibility Criteria?“, the third part “What is the PMP Application Process?“, and the fourth post “How Expensive is the PMP Certification?“, if you are landing here directly from any search result or through referral.
The PMP exam is composed of 200 multiple choice questions in which 25 questions are pretest, and these pretest questions do not affect your score. These 25 questions will be placed randomly and you would not be able to differentiate these questions from other scorable questions. These pretest questions are used to test the validity of future examinations.
The time allotted for this examination is 4 hours, and there is no scheduled break.
The percentage of questions from each domain is as follows:
PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS GROUP
PERCENTAGE OF QUESTIONS
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This computer-based examination is administered globally by Prometric with 13 Language aids.
Here, the series of five posts finishes. If you require any further assistance, you can ask in the comments space or you can refer to the PMI website.