If you are asking what the passing score for the PMP certification exam is, then the answer is –
Nobody knows it, except PMI.
Up to November 2005, the passing score for the PMP Certification exam was 61%, meaning that one had to answer at least 106 questions out of 175 score-able questions to pass the examination. After November 30, 2005 PMI has stopped publishing the passing percentage; therefore, now nobody knows that what the passing percentage is; however, I still see on many forums and sites that the passing percentage is 61%. It seems that they are still dreaming in 2005.
Don’t trust them.
My recommendation to you is that it would be better if you aim for more than 70% (140 Questions out of 200) because after August 2011 the PMI has made little changes to the PMP Examination and people coming out from the exam think that it was quite hard.
It seems to me that either the passing score, or the difficulty level of the PMP Certification exam might have gone up.
Therefore, study hard, prepare properly for the PMP Exam, and pass it.