If you are interested in the PMP certification and preparing for it, you might be wondering what the PMP exam result report will look like. You will also be interested in what information it shows.
I have received a few emails from PMP aspirants who wanted to see the PMP Exam Result Report.
In this blog, I will discuss the information contained in the PMP exam report and then show you a sample.
Once you complete the test and leave the examination hall, a Pearson VUE staff member will give you a printout of the result report.
The report has two sections.
The top section has your name, certification name, eligibility code, report generation date, and test center code.
The second section has the following information:
- Overall Performance
- Your Performance by Domain
- What You Can Do Next
Here you can see if you have passed or failed the test and your level: Needs Improvement, Below Target, Target, or Above Target.
If your level is Below Target or Needs Improvement, you have failed; otherwise, you have passed.
Your Performance by Domain
This part shows your proficiency level in all five domains: Below Target, Target, or Above Target.
What You Can Do Next
Here PMI asks you to check your email for certificate delivery and some information on how you can develop your professional career.
Reference: PMP Report Sample
The PMP exam result report shows you whether you have passed or failed the test. It gives you your performance in each domain as well. The Pearson VUE staff member will give you this report after you complete the test and you can download it from your PMI account once you get an email from PMI informing you about your test results.
Have you attempted the exam and gotten your result? Please share your experience in the comments section.