PMP Exam Passing Score in 2011<br />www.pmchamp.com<br />
The PMP Exam is changing from 31-August-2011. At least 30% questions will change. <br />There is no negative marking, so y...
Of these 200 questions, only 175 are testable. This means that there are 25 “pre-test” questions, which are only there to ...
Up to 2005, PMI used to publish the passing rates in the PMP Handbook. It used to be 61%. But now PMI does not publish the...
However, most of the project managers who have recently passed the PMP exam in 2011  think that the exam is quite tough. <...
This leads me to believe that the PMP exam passing score could be a rung higher, and you must not bank upon the 61% rate. ...
Aim to Pass the PMP exam in your first attempt, with the right guidance and the PMI perspective of thinking. <br />Join ou...
And let me know once you pass the exam. All the Best!<br />Cheers,Vinai Prakash, PMP<br />www.pmchamp.com<br />JOIN TODAY ...
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PMP Exam Passing Score 2011

  1. 1. PMP Exam Passing Score in 2011<br />www.pmchamp.com<br />
  2. 2. The PMP Exam is changing from 31-August-2011. At least 30% questions will change. <br />There is no negative marking, so you should attempt each and every question, even if you have to guess. Never leave a question un-answered.<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />
  3. 3. Of these 200 questions, only 175 are testable. This means that there are 25 “pre-test” questions, which are only there to test the suitability of the exam question for future exam takers.<br />Whether you get these 25 right or wrong will not matter. Unfortunately you do not know where are these 25 questions among the 200… they are spread all over the place. This does not give you any benefit.<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />
  4. 4. Up to 2005, PMI used to publish the passing rates in the PMP Handbook. It used to be 61%. But now PMI does not publish the passing mark any longer.<br />So to be safe, you need to get a minimum of 61% or more of the 175 questions correct. This comes to 107 questions. And since you don’t know about the 25 un-testable questions, you’d better get these right too. So you need to have at least 132 questions correct of the total 200 questions in the PMP exam.<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />
  5. 5. However, most of the project managers who have recently passed the PMP exam in 2011 think that the exam is quite tough. <br />Even though they were scoring high in the Rita’s mock PMP exam prep tests – getting as high as 85 or 90%,but could not clear the PMP exam in their first attempt.<br />Then they studied for some more time, took more mock PMP tests, and took the exam aiming to secure a much higher percentage of marks.<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />
  6. 6. This leads me to believe that the PMP exam passing score could be a rung higher, and you must not bank upon the 61% rate. Aim to go for 75% or higher to ensure success in the PMP exam. Do as many mock tests as possible.<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />
  7. 7. Aim to Pass the PMP exam in your first attempt, with the right guidance and the PMI perspective of thinking. <br />Join our Online PMP Exam Prep Coaching Workshop<br />Or try out as many mock exam tests as you can:<br />Free and Paid PMP Resources<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />
  8. 8. And let me know once you pass the exam. All the Best!<br />Cheers,Vinai Prakash, PMP<br />www.pmchamp.com<br />JOIN TODAY - Online PMP Exam Preparation Workshop<br />

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