PMI-PMP Exam Awareness
 

PMI-PMP Exam Awareness

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This document has full detail about Project Management Professional Certification Exam. It covers PMP exam pattern, syllabus, eligibility, fee, rules, approach, preparation strategy and lot more.

This document has full detail about Project Management Professional Certification Exam. It covers PMP exam pattern, syllabus, eligibility, fee, rules, approach, preparation strategy and lot more.

For more information about PMP and our online PMP preparation courses, please visit: http://www.whizlabs.com/pmi-project-management-professional/pmp-certification-exam.html

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  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.
  • In this video we discuss the following objectives:1. For a custom tag library or a library of Tag Files, create the 'taglib' directive for a JSP page2. Given a design goal, use an appropriate JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL v1.1) tag from the "core" tag library.

PMI-PMP Exam Awareness PMI-PMP Exam Awareness Presentation Transcript

  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comPMP Awareness SessionBased on PMBOK® 4
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comAudience• All who are planning to take PMP Certificationbut have little or no Information about theCourse/Exam• Also, for anyone interested in the professionof Project Management
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comIntroduction• Participant introduction– Name– Organization / Department– Total years of experience– Years of experience in Project Management– Your expectations from the workshop
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comGround Rules• Mobile Phones: Silent mode please• Questions are welcome at any time• Respect view point of others• Keep discussions brief and to the point• Please be prompt in returning from breaks• Provide feedback as to where course can be improved – itwill be useful for sub-sequent sessions
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comTraining AgendaDAY- 1 DAY-2 DAY-3 DAY-4PMP Awareness &Project MgmtOverviewProject TimeManagementProject HumanResource ManagementProject ProcurementManagementProject ManagementFrameworkProject CostManagementProject CommunicationManagementProject IntegrationManagement - RECAPProject IntegrationManagementProject QualityManagementProject RiskManagementPMI Code of ConductProject ScopeManagementPractice Test
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comPMP Overview (1/1)• Project Management Institute (PMI), with more than 150,000members in over 150 countries, is the world’s foremostadvocate for the project management profession• PMI sponsors a project management Credentialing Program,the purpose and goal of which is the development,maintenance, evaluation, promotion, and administration of arigorous education, experience and examination-based,professional credential – the Project ManagementProfessional (PMP ®)• PMP Certification measures the application of knowledge,skills, tools and techniques used in Project Management
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.com• A PMP credential grants an applicant with a globallyrecognized designation that serves as the foundation fromwhich they can competently practice as a project managerleading and directing project tasks• PMI/PMP is recognized worldwide and statistics reveal thatPMP are paid better salaries• PMP is not tailored for any particular IndustryPMP Overview (1/2)
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comPMP Overview (1/3)• The PMP exam is designed to objectively assess and measureexperience, education and professional knowledge, thecomponents of the foundation of competent practice as aproject manager• From 30th July 2009 onwards, PMI based PMP on the contentsfrom Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) 4thEdition• For forms, Handbook, PMI Community and news Visit PMIWebsite: www.pmi.org
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comSteps to PMP• PMI Membership (Individual/Group) – You get the PMImembership ID along with PMBOK CD in regular Mail• Group billing plan requires 15-16 Employees. Forms can bedownloaded from www.pmi.org• Submit the PMP Certification Examination Application –online• Schedule the Exam using the website: www.2test.com• Take the on-line Exam at the registered Center• Certificate delivered by PMI within 2 Months• Plan Ahead – At least 2 Months in advance
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comEligibility● A bachelors degree from a globally equivalent university● 4500 hours in a position of responsibility leading and directingproject tasks● Candidate must indicate at least 36 months (non overlapping) ofproject management experience● Project dates must indicate that the candidate has at least threeyears of project management experience with-in-six year period tothe application● Candidate has obtained 35 contact hours of project managementeducation● Candidate can document all project management education hoursregardless of when they were accrued
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comPMP ApplicationCandidates should have supporting documentation:• Educational Background• Experience Verification Form(s) meeting criteria above• 35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education meetingCriteria aboveIn case of Application Audit:• A percentage of accepted applications are selected for Audit byPMI Certification Program Department• The Audit policy may change• The Experience Verification forms has to be signed by theSupervisor, and Contact Hours Certified. Courier all thehardcopies to PMI
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.com35 Contact Hours of Education• Candidates can satisfy this requirement bysuccessfully completing course, workshopsand training sessions through PMIs GlobalRegistered Education Provider.• Form PMP Study group and conduct courses(Typically on-site).
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comPMP Fee• PMI Membership Fee: $ 129• Project Management Professional (PMP®) Fee:-Initial Certification Fee – member of PMI in good standing ($405.00)-Initial Certification Fee – non-member of PMI ($555.00)-Re-Examination Fee – member of PMI in good standing ($275.00)-Re-Examination Fee – non-member of PMI ($375.00)
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comAbout PMP Exam (1/1)• An online test conducted at designated Test Centers• One-year eligibility period, from the day application is approved, to takethe examination• There are 200 questions with multiple choice 4 options• The exam duration is 4 Hours, preceded by a 15 minute briefing and ademo questions session to get familiarize• Of the 200 questions, 25 questions are randomly placed pretest questions.Pretest questions do not affect the candidate’s score and are used togather statistical information on their performance in order to determinewhether these questions will be used on future examinations
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comAbout PMP Exam (1/2)• From 30th July 2009 onwards, PMI based PMP on the contentsfrom Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) FourthEdition• PMP Certification Examination is determined by a criterionreferenced approach called Modified Angoff Technique• The examinee needs to get minimum 107 questions correct out of175 (200 minus 25 pretest questions) in order to pass• One question on the screen at a time – Answer or mark it to Reviewlater• Only one correct Answer… Rather only one BEST answer
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comAbout PMP Exam (1/3)• Instant Results after 4 Hours – Breakup of percentage marks obtained foreach topic is given with overall Pass/Fail• If a candidate challenges the accuracy of a score report, the candidate canrequest PMI to hand score the answers. The fee for hand scoring is $45.00US• Candidates will have three opportunities to take and pass the PMP®-examination within their one-year eligibility period. If candidates do notsucceed on the third attempt, candidates will have to wait one year beforebeing permitted to test again• For a complete list of testing locations, please visit www.2test.com• You can cancel or Reschedule the Exam 7 days prior to the scheduleappointment date. Cancellation policy is strictly followed
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comAbout PMP Exam (1/3)• A refund can be obtained by submitting a written request to PMI onemonth before the eligibility expiration date. No refund is consideredfor candidates who have taken the PMP Certification Examination orhave not provided the necessary cancellation/re-schedulingnotification to the examination contractor. A processing fee of$200.00 US is retained by PMI• An extension can be obtained by submitting a written extensionrequest prior to the eligibility expiration date. The request mustinclude the reason for the extension, and the candidate must statethat any appointments made with the examination contractor havebeen cancelled. If the above conditions are met, a one-time six-month extension is given at no additional cost to the candidate
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comTime Lines• Membership can be taken at PMI website• Exam Application can be filled on-line• PMP Certification Examination Applications is processed within 10-14business days of PMIs receipt• After the applications have been processed, eligibility letters are sentto qualifying candidates within 3-5 business days. The eligibility letterexpires in One Year from Issue• Upon receipt of the eligibility letter, candidates must contact theexamination contractor to schedule an examination appointment. Theeligibility letter will provide complete
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comProfessional ResponsibilitiesOrganization:• To provide accurate and truthful representations concerning all Information,directly or indirectly related to all aspects of PMI Certification Program• Abide by the PMP code of Professional conduct• Report any violations to PMP code of conductProfessional Practice:• Responsibility to provide accurate & truthful Information• Comply by Laws, regulations & ethical standardsAdvancement of Profession:• Responsibility to recognize and respect Intellectual Property• Support & disseminate the PMP code of Professional conduct
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comExam Pattern (1/1)• PMP Exam tests knowledge, application and analysis• It is not a memory test but the ability to analyze the situations• May contain up to 125 questions on “What would you do in thissituation”?• Questions emphasize the process of Project Management life cycleand process groups• Few instances where same set of data is used for additionalquestions (e.g. Network diagrams)• There are 8-10 formula related question (Straight Formula)• Do not spend too much time on each question• No negative marking – Answer as many as you can• Many questions appears to have two right Answers – Use PMI-ismand select the BEST answer• Understand the Life cycle game – what to do first, next
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comExam Pattern (1/2)PMP Exam BlueprintThrough 30 August 2011 On/After 31 August 2011From Project Management ProfessionalExamination SpecificationFrom the PMP Examination Content OutlineDomain Percentage ofQuestionsDomain Percentage ofQuestionsInitiation 11% Initiation 13%Planning 23% Planning 24%Executing 27% Executing 30%Monitoring &Controling21% Monitoring &Controling25%Closing 9% Closing 8%Professional and SocialResponsibility9%Total 100% Total 100%
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comExam Approach• Start-to-Finish – Prepare for PMP without breaks• Do not Memorize. Stress on Understanding theProcess – Input, Outputs, Terms• Questions are either direct and Situational• Practice the PMP Exam Simulation, similar to ActualExam• Recommended Study Material:-PMBOK from PMI
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comHow to Study? (1/1)The Magic Three• Studies show that if you visit a topic three times,you will remember itBe in a Test taking mode• Get used to jumping from one topic to another.• Practice tests & record scores
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comHow to Study?Efficient step-by-step Process• Review the study material. Take practice test often• Do not analyze answers till you complete the test. Notechapters which are most & least difficult to determineoverall study plan• Read PMBOK & any handbook in conjunction. ImportantTerminology can be picked• If possible, form a study group (One Hour per chapter)• Take and retake practice test till you start scoring around80%• Review the Index to make sure you recognize theterminology
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comExam Tricks (1/1)• A major trick is to answer questions from PMIperspective/Not real life Project experience• There may be more than one ‘correct’ answer. Selectthe ‘best’ answer• Look for the words like First, last next, best, never,always, except, most likely, least likely etc. clearly readthe question• Watch for choices which are true statement but notcorrect answers
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comExam Tricks (1/2)• Watch for choices with common Project Managererrors• Take a night out before Exam day. Approach withopen mind• You cannot answer all questions correctly. Do notwaste time in trying to Answer all correctly. Trackyour time spend• Try you best to score high but any passing score isgood
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comRecurring Themes – PMI-ism• The PMP has certain concepts which are not stressed buttheir understanding is important for Exam perspective.These may not be a practice in your Organization butknowledge gaps need to be reviewed• Some examples of PMI-ism are:– Historical records are Input to almost every step of ProjectManagement. (Past project cost, task, task cost, risks uncovered)– Everything should be co-coordinated with stakeholders in the project– All roles and responsibilities should be clearly defined– WBS is foundation to all project planning and should be used onevery project
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comPMI-ism• Planning is very important and all projects mustbe planned• PMI does not approve of gold plating (addingextra functionality)• PM must control the project to Project Plan• Project Managers are wonderful, great, veryskilled and PROACTIVE people
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comQuestions & Answers
  • © Whizlabswww.whizlabs.comThank You 