Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's
When will the PMP Exam change in 2018?
PMI® has set the release date for the new version of the PMP® exam for March 26, 2018.
What is PMP?
Project Management Professional(PMP)® credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. Globally recognized and demanded, PMP® demonstrates that you have the experience, education and
competency to lead and direct projects. There are more than 6,54,000 PMP credential holders and 272 chartered chapters across more than 100 countries worldwide.What is PMI?
PMI® is a Project Management Institute based in USA
. PMI® started their journey with PMP® certification. This is an institute where you can take exams and become a certified project management professional. PMI® has Chapters all across the globe. These Chapters provide extensive help in preparing for the exam.Are there any prerequisite to attend PMP® training & certification?
The PMI® requires that you have either of the two:
A university degree and at least three years of experience in project management, with 4,500 hours of leading &directing projects and 35 hours of project management education
A secondary diploma (high school or the global equivalent) with at least five years of experience in project management, with 7,500 hours leading & directing projects and 35 hours of project management education.Who are the target audience for PMP® training?
The PMP® certification authenticates competence in leading and managing project and project teams. PMP®certification is useful for an experienced project manager as well as a fresher in project management who are looking to improve their skills and aspire to be a project manager.Benefits of PMP® Certification
1. Gives you the deserved recognition for your professional expertise and experience.
2. Enriches your knowledge, skills, tools and
techniques used in effective project management.
3. Enhances your marketability in the workplace.
4. Earns higher wages for your services.
A certified PMP® can apply the best practices in project management; apply the most effective tools and techniques in project management and manage projects more efficiently.How do you provide Instructor-led online training for PMP®?
The training will be provided over our online web platform. It is the most demanded & modernized way of "Instructor Led Training" without the need for expensive traveling that can be attended from anywhere in the world. It can be accessed from a computer or any mobile device at any time and from anywhere.What is the PMP® course exam fee charged by PMI®?
The PMP® exam fees for a PMI® Member is USD $405 and for a Non Member
it is USD $555. PMI® membership fee is $ 139 (US). Please refer to official PMP® handbook on PMI® website by Clicking here for any further details. How many questions are there in the exam and how much time do I get?
The PMP® exam is a computer-based exam conducted in the Prometric centers. The exam has 200 multiple choice questions and each question has only one correct answer. The duration of this exam is 4 hours. Out of the 200 questions, 25 questions are pre-test questions. They are randomly placed throughout the exam and are used for research purposes but participants will not know which one is pre-test or final marking question. These questions are not evaluated while computing exam results. You will be evaluated only on 175 questions. After you finish and submit the exam, you will immediately get the result
in case of a computer-based exam. In case I want to take my exams 3 or 6 months after having got trained, how can PM Preview help me?
We will help you till you don't clear PMP Certification exam.Do I get any assistance from your side to fill up the application form?
Yes, we will guide you on how to apply & fill up the PMP® application form in PMI® website. You can apply for examination by clicking here
.How would a certificate from PM Preview's PMStudy help me?
35 hours Contact hours of training is mandatory for applying for submission of PMP Application.How many PDUs would be awarded to me after the completion of this course?
After the successful completion of the course, a total of 40 Contact Hours will be awarded to you. What is the difference between Contact Hours and PDUs?
Contact Hours and Professional Development Units (PDUs) are associated with certifications offered by PMI®. Essentially, Contact Hours and PDUs are training credits accrued based on a specified time spent learning. Contact Hours are prerequisite training credits to qualify you to take a PMI® certification exam, and PDUs are training credits required to maintain your certification. Many training classes and courses offer both PDUs and Contact Hours.What are the payment options?
You can pay by Credit Card or Debit Card from all the leading banks. What is the refund policy?
All sales are final. However, we will do everything we can prior to your purchase to ensure that our products are the right fit for your learning needs and preferred study method.
Courses are accessible for up to 60 days, depending on the course. Refunds or re-entry into a course will not be granted due to non-completion within the allotted period.What if I have more questions?
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