Are you thinking about purchasing an exam simulator for your Project Management Professional (PMP)®, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®, or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® exam but you aren't sure about the exam features and functions to look for?
You have come to the right place
Read the following articles to learn more about what a good exam simulator does, the features it needs, and we even look at the types of questions to expect on your exam.
After many years as a project management trainer, I have helped more than 50,000 students prepare for their Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam. In my experience along the way, I’ve found one thing that unites them all: They all want to practice with free PMP Exam sample questions.
In an effort to help, I have identified top web sites that offer free PMP® Exam sample questions. I recommend each of them for the quality of their questions.
How can you make sure you are able to identify the best answers when it comes time to take the PMP Exam?
The PMP® Exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions that need to be answered in four hours. For each question you are provided a scenario along with four answers to choose from. Your job is to choose the correct answer, which can be difficult when more than one answer may look correct. One thing to remember that no matter your personal experiences or even other project management training, the PMBOK® Guide is the basis for answering PMP® Exam Questions.
You have studied the A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide); you have read numerous additional study materials; you believe you have a good handle on project management theories and the application of those theories, and you feel as if you might be are ready take the PMP® exam. There is just one thing that keeps lingering in the back of your mind… the PMP® Exam consists of 180 questions (mainly multiple-choice, but there are a few other question types) that must be answered in 230 minutes.
How is someone to prepare for answering 180 questions in just under four hours? That equates to just over one minute of allotted time per question. This can be intimidating to even the best test-takers.
You’ve read PMP® Exam prep books, you took courses, you’ve studied hard, and you feel that you are ready to take the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam. But understanding the topics isn’t the only thing you’ll need to make a success of the exam. Wouldn’t it be great to have the chance to take some sample PMP exam questions, so you really know what the exam is going to be like?
You can use a PMP exam simulator to give you an insight into what sort of questions you’ll face during the exam. Here are 10 things to look for when choosing which PMP exam simulator to use:
Anyone who has sat for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam knows that studying A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and having 35 Contact Hours is just not enough. When you talk to them about the PMP® Exam, they will tell you it covers a lot of ground, and the questions are not as straightforward as one would hope. An overwhelming majority of those who passed their exam will tell you that they used more than just one study method.
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