Don't Leave a Single Question Unanswered!

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The PMP® exam is a 200-question multiple choice exam. Each question has four possible answers: A, B, C, or D; each correct answer is worth one point towards passing the PMP® Exam.

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Don't Leave a Single Question Unanswered!

  1. 1. Don't leave a single question unanswered! PMI, PMP, CAPM, PgMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP and PMBOK are trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. PMI has not endorsed and did not participate in the development of this publication. PMI does not sponsor this publication and makes no warranty, guarantee or representation, expressed or implied as to the accuracy or content. Every attempt has been made by OSP International LLC to ensure that the information presented in this publication is accurate and can serve as preparation for the PMP certification exam. However, OSP International LLC accepts no legal responsibility for the content herein. This document should be used only as a reference and not as a replacement for officially published material. Using the information from this document does not guarantee that the reader will pass the PMP certification exam. No such guarantees or warranties are implied or expressed by OSP International LLC.
  2. 2. The PMP® exam is a 200-question multiple choice exam. Each question has four possible answers: A, B, C, or D; each correct answer is worth one point towards passing the PMP® Exam. If you don't select an answer then it is considered incorrect. Your goal is to answer every single question on the exam even if you have to guess. 2
  3. 3. Method to help find the Best Answer  Start out by reading the question completely, make sure that you understand it, and that you can distinguish between the important facts and the extraneous information;  Learn to ignore those facts that do not relate to the question; 3
  4. 4.  Then read all four possible answers; usually two of the four will be very obviously incorrect and can be eliminated;  Finally, weigh the two remaining questions against each other and make your choice. Also remember, that you will have a checkbox that allows you to mark any questions you are uncertain of and want to come back and review later. 4
  5. 5. To practice this approach stop by at our Resources section where we have a list of more than 20 links to websites that offer free practice tests. And what if you really don't know? Then just pick one. That way you have at least a 25% chance of getting it right. If you don’t answer a question then your chance of getting it right is 0%. 5

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