PMP® Certification Training

Ace your PMP exam in the first attempt with this comprehensive PMP certification training course

  • Join more than a million project management professionals with a PMP certification 
  • Comprehensive training aligned to the latest PMP Exam Content Outline 2021 
  • KnowledgeHut is a Premier Authorized Training Partner of PMI 
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Grow your Project Management skills

PMP® Certification is the number one certification in project management. In this course, you will learn complex project management topics tested on the new (2021) PMP exam in a way that instills confidence in your understanding of the concepts. With PMP simulation exams and an exhaustive library of over two thousand PMP practice questions, the course equips you to clear your PMP exams easily. 

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PMP Training Highlights

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  • Earn 35 PDUs with Live, Instructor-Led Sessions

  • Get 24 PDUs with Free 24-Hour On-Demand Course

  • Ace the Exam with 30-Day, 60-Day Study Plans by Experts

  • 5 Mock Tests, 5 Simulation Exams with 2250 Practice Qs

  • Exam Prep Support with Regular Doubt-Clearing Sessions

  • Access Unlimited Batches with Exclusive Grand Pass

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PMP Course Advisor

Peter Taylor
VP, Global PMO at Ceridian, Bestselling Author & Keynote Speaker

Author of the #1 bestselling project management book, 'The Lazy Project Manager', Peter is one of the most prominent speakers, trainers, consultants, and coaches in the Project Management domain globally, bringing on board over 30 years of experience.

Peter Taylor
VP, Global PMO at Ceridian, Bestselling Author & Keynote Speaker

Author of the #1 bestselling project management book, 'The Lazy Project Manager', Peter is one of the most prominent speakers, trainers, consultants, and coaches in the Project Management domain globally, bringing on board over 30 years of experience.

“I am excited to be working with KnowledgeHut to help many more project managers achieve that badge of excellence that is the PMP.”

Why should you go for the PMP certification?

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The profession of project management has recently become one of the hottest jobs, not only in the tech market, but across industries. Demand for project managers is growing faster than demand for workers in other occupations and by 2027, 88 million individuals will need to be skilled in project-oriented roles.

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Experiential Workshops

Activities, team-based exercises, practical case studies: High energy workshops with hands-on learning.

PMP Exam Application Assistance

Expert guidance on PMI registration, membership, review and submission of your PMP exam application.

PMP Exam Success Formula

Mock exams, digital resources from PMI and theoretical and practical learning backed by 2021 exam tips.

Certification Journey Support

Need help at any step of PMP certification? From enrolling to certification, KnowledgeHut has your back.

Exclusive GRAND PASS

Avail KnowledgeHut's Exclusive GRAND PASS for 180 days and take advantage of the Free Refresher Course.

Exclusive Post-Training Sessions

Six months of post-training support to help you overcome challenges and advance your PM skills.

Steps to get PMP certification online

Strengthen your knowledge and practice of project management processes and concepts with PMI certifications. Validate your expertise as a project management professional with the PMP certification and take advantage of networking opportunities with the best in the industry. Not sure where to start with your PMP certification? Just follow these simple steps.

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Prerequisites

Prerequisites for PMP certification training

  • There are no prerequisites to attend the PMP certification training.
  • There are very specific eligibility requirements concerning educational background (diploma, degree, master's or global equivalent), project management experience and project management education to qualify for the PMP exam. More information in FAQs.

Who should attend the PMP course online?

Mid-Level, Senior Project Managers

Project Coordinators

Project Analysts

Project Leaders

Product Managers

Program Managers

Project Sponsors

Team Leaders

Professionals interested in building project management skills

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What you will learn in the PMI PMP certification course

Team building

Define team ground rules, build a shared understanding, engage, and support virtual teams, and more.

Negotiating project agreements

Learn how to empower team members and stakeholders by negotiating project agreements.

Managing conflict

Learn how to manage compliances and achieve project benefits and value using PMP methodologies.

Choosing the right project methodology

Learn how to choose the best approach for completing the project, and also how to plan and manage the scope, budget, and resources.

Managing risks

Learn how to manage and plan scope, analyze and manage risk, and more.

Project Governance

Learn how to handle project changes, choose the right project methods and practices, set project governance, and more.

Delivering Business Value

Learn how to manage communications and risks, and also engage stakeholders, while executing projects with the urgency necessary to achieve business value.

Managing Compliances

Learn to manage compliances and deliver project benefits and value using PMP methodologies.

Continuous Process Improvement

Assess and respond to changes in the internal and external business environment, as well as implement continuous process improvement.

Project Continuity

Manage project challenges and adjustments, as well as knowledge transfer, to guarantee project success.

Emotional Intelligence

Learn how to keep the team on track including managing conflicts, collaborating with stakeholders, and applying emotional intelligence to promote performance.

Business Analysis

Learn how to assess changes in the company and environment in order to help organisations evolve and improve.

Skill you'll gain with the PMP training online

Leadership

Time management

Mentorship

Team building

Conflict resolution

Motivation

Negotiation

Agility

Risk management

Problem-solving

Leading change

Customer service

Operations management

Project communications

Project risk assessment

Budget planning

Project governance

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Whether you want to grow your company or compete more effectively, project management is a must-have skill. Improve the productivity and effectiveness of your project teams and your entire organization.

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PMP Certification Course Syllabus

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Learning Objectives 
In the introductory module, you will be introduced to PMI, the PMBOK Guide and the various certifications offered by PMI.


Topics 

  • What is PMI? 
  • What is the PMBOK Guide? 
  • Evolution of the Project Management Institute 
  • Certifications offered by the PMI
  • PMI contact resources 
  • What is PMP?

Learning Objectives
In this module, you will learn to manage conflict, lead a team, support team performance, empower team members and stakeholders, ensure that team members and stakeholders are adequately trained, build and maintain a team, remove impediments, and build a shared understanding within the team and among stakeholders.


Topics 

  • Build a team 
  • Define team ground rules 
  • Negotiate project agreements 
  • Empower team members and stakeholders 
  • Train team members and stakeholders 
  • Engage and support virtual teams 
  • Build shared understanding about a project

Learning Objectives 
In this module, you will learn to select the appropriate methods to carry out the project, plan and manage scope, budget, resources, schedule, establish project governance and manage project closure.


Topics 

  • Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices 
  • Plan and manage scope 
  • Plan and manage budget and resources 
  • Plan and manage schedule 
  • Plan and manage quality of products and deliverables 
  • Integrate project planning activities 
  • Plan and manage procurement 
  • Establish project governance structure 
  • Plan and manage project/phase closure

Learning Objectives 
Learn how to execute projects with the urgency required to deliver business value, manage communications and risks and engage stakeholders. 


Topics 

  • Assess and manage risks 
  • Execute project to deliver business value 
  • Manage communications 
  • Engage stakeholders 
  • Create project artifacts 
  • Manage project changes 
  • Manage project issues 
  • Ensure knowledge transfer for project continuity 

Learning Objectives 
Learn how to keep the team on track including managing conflicts, collaborating with stakeholders and applying emotional intelligence to promote performance.


Topics 

  • Lead a team 
  • Support team performance 
  • Address and remove impediments, obstacles, and blockers 
  • Manage conflict 
  • Collaborate with stakeholders 
  • Mentor relevant stakeholders 
  • Apply Emotional Intelligence to promote team performance 

Learning Objectives
Learn how to manage compliances, deliver project benefits and value and employ continuous process improvement. 


Topics

  • Manage compliance requirements 
  • Evaluate and deliver project benefits and value 
  • Evaluate and address internal and external business environment changes 
  • Support organizational change 
  • Employ continuous process improvement 

Learning Objectives 
This final session will be a comprehensive preparation for the PMP exam. Know what to expect and how best to prepare for a first-time pass. The PMP course comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. 


Topics 

  • PMP Exam Preparation 
  • Sample Questions 
  • Tricky Test Questions 
  • Exam Tips and Tricks 

PMP Certification FAQs

PMP Certification Course

Globally recognized and demanded, the PMP certification demonstrates to employers, clients and colleagues that a project manager possesses project management knowledge, experience and skills to bring projects to successful completion.  

As the demand for skilled project managers is at a critically urgent level, the PMP certification empowers you with the professional skills necessary to lead project teams and achieve successful project results. The PMP certification course online enables you to:

  • Validate your commitment to continued excellence and quality. 
  • Demonstrate your proficiency by doing a professional project management course.
  • Grow your career with confidence.  
  • Enhance your salary (Year after year, the PMP certification has garnered global recognition and commanded a higher salary for certified individuals over non-certified individuals). 
  • Enable you to network with industry leaders and Agile professionals 
  • Begin your journey to advanced certifications like PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), and others. 
  • Give your career a boost and make you eligible for the best roles in top companies globally. 
  • Enhance your versatility and expand your skillset through rigorous training and coursework.

PMI is considered to have the best PMP course as it is thoughtfully designed to make you a skilled Project Manager. You will be equipped with all the tools and techniques to design, organize, execute and complete projects within the set deadlines and allocated budget. By the end of the PMP course, you will be equipped with the skills to:

  • Value servant leadership
  • Measure training outcomes
  • Maintain team and knowledge transfer
  • Assess behaviour with the help of personality indicators
  • Examine the personality indicators and check the emotional needs of stakeholders
  • Assess opportunities to deliver value incrementally
  • Subdivide the tasks into modules and find the Minimum Viable Product
  • Coordinate with other projects and other operations
  • Recommend a project methodology or approach(agile/hybrid/predictive)
  • Use iterative incremental practices throughout the project lifecycle(Lessons learned/ Stakeholder Engagement)
  • Confirm approach for knowledge transfers
  • Classify compliance categories
  • Determine potential threats to compliance
  • Use methods to support compliance
  • Analyze the consequences of noncompliance
  • Determine the necessary approach and action to address the compliance needs(risk/legal)
  • Measure the project compliance
  • Evaluate delivery options to demonstrate the value
  • Assess organizational culture
  • Manage conflicts within and across teams 
  • Motivate and build high-performance teams 
  • Become a sought-after Project Manager, Program Manager or Portfolio Manager. 

The workshop is aimed at project managers, aspiring project managers and anyone who manages projects. It is also relevant to other key staff involved in the design, development and delivery of projects, including: 

  • Mid-Level and Senior Project Managers 
  • Project Coordinators 
  • Project Analyst 
  • Project Leaders 
  • Product Managers 
  • Program Managers 
  • Project Sponsors 
  • Team Leaders 
  • Anyone who wishes to build-up knowledge in agile and hybrid approaches 

Software Requirements  

  • Internet browser  
  • MS Word or Notepad for Case Study  

System Requirements  

  • Windows or equivalent environment with Internet browser and high-speed Internet connectivity. 

There are no prerequisites to attending the PMP course. If you are keen on getting your PMP certification, you will build up knowledge in managing projects, agile and hybrid approaches will benefit from this course. 

Once you have mastered PMP, you can consider the certifications below: 

  • PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) 
  • PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®) 
  • PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP®) 
  • PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA®) 
  • Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP®) 

PMP Certification Process

PMP certifications are offered by Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI), the accrediting body for PMP certification. 

KnowledgeHut’s partnership with PMI dates back to 2011 when it became a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.). As a result of meeting rigorous standards for training quality and effectiveness over the years, KnowledgeHut has now achieved Premier Authorized Training Partner (ATP) status with PMI.  

To fulfil eligibility requirements for the PMP exam, you must fulfill the following: 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

  • Secondary Degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent), OR
  • Four-year Degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent), OR
  • Bachelor's or Post-Graduate degree from a GAC accredited program (bachelor’s degree or master's or global equivalent).

PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum five years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience, OR
  • Minimum three years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience, OR
  • Minimum two years/24 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

  • 35 contact hours of formal education, unless you are an active CAPM holder.

Some find the application process for the PMP exam to be quite complex. When you enroll for a PMP certification training program with KnowledgeHut, you'll benefit from step-by-step guidance by a KnowledgeHut in-house SME on your PMI registration and membership as well as your application review and submission.

The expert will hand-hold you through the entire process so that you can focus on what matters - your exam preparation with the best PMP prep course online. In addition to this, you’ll also benefit from a 100% money-back guarantee*.

* Not applicable for Singapore region

Here are the ten steps to get PMP certified: 

Step 1: Confirm your eligibility to become a PMP certified project manager before proceeding.

Step 2: Register on the PMI website, or become a PMI member and member of your local chapter.

Step 3: Undertake 35 hours of PMP Training from an Authorized Training Partner (ATP) like KnowledgeHut to earn 35 PDUs (PMI’s Education requirement).

Step 4: Check out the PMP classroom training schedules & dates to find a suitable session that meets your requirements.

Step 5: Sign up for the PMP Exam by filling out the PMI application form and submit it to PMI for approval.

Step 6: PMI will email your eligibility code and payment request after your online application has been confirmed.

Step 7: Make a payment for the credential cost ($405 for PMI members; $555 for non-members).

Step 8: Schedule your PMP exam on the PMI app, my.pmi.org; you can choose to take the exam at a Pearson VUE test center or via the online proctored testing solution.

Step 9: Develop a detailed study plan and study hard; study the PMBOK Guide thoroughly a few times, as it is one of the primary references for the Exam.

Step 10: Attend the exam with the necessary documents and strive for a score of at least 80% or better (this is a guideline rather than a rigid pass percentage criterion as PMI has not published the passing score in recent times).

You will get detailed information about applying for the PMP exam in PMI’s PMP Handbook. The handbook provides information on all testing modalities, policies and procedures for obtaining and maintaining the PMP certification. You will find tips and important information on the certification process including the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. You will also get additional information through the course of the Project Management Professional training. 

You do not need to earn all 35 contact hours from one professional project management training. However, it is more structured to acquire all the knowledge from the PMP course that focuses on the latest PMBOK Guide framework.  

Yes, you should have completed the 35 PMP contact hours before submitting your PMP application. Yes. You would need to enter the course details together with the date of completion on the PMP application form before submitting. 

The PMBOK Guide refers to PMI's Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, PMI’s flagship publication which is a fundamental resource for effective management in any industry.

The book includes The Standard for Project Management. The standard is the foundation upon which the vast body of knowledge builds, and the guide serves to capture and summarize that knowledge.

The latest version is the Seventh Edition, published in July 2021.

The PMBOK Guide is a great resource and an extremely useful one to master their skills. 

Please note that the PMBOK Guide, 7th Edition does not impact the PMP Exam Prep Training Material, which has been developed to align to the PMP Exam Content Outline. It is important to note that the current PMP exam is based on the Exam Content Outline, dated January 2021, and not on the PMBOK Guide. The Exam Content Outline summarizes the research conducted to create the PMP exam and includes the most critical tasks required for project managers to master in their role.

Yes, you will receive a course completion certificate from KnowledgeHut on successfully completing the PMP course.  

The time it will take you to get PMP certified depends on your effort and capability as well as your experience and qualifications. To be eligible for the PMP exam, you need to meet the experience and education requirements, and pass the PMP examination, a 180-question, multiple-choice exam. Along with fulfilling eligibility requirements, professionals typically take between 2 to 4 months to prepare for the exam.

The PMP certification status can be verified via PMI’s Certification Registry. However, inclusion in the registry is voluntary, so not all certification holders may be listed.

To verify a certification holder's status, enter an individual's last name/surname in the search field and a list of matches will be displayed.

Renewing your certification enables you to demonstrate your commitment to continuing professional development. It also demonstrates the value of your knowledge to employers, peers, and colleagues.  

Below are the steps to renew your PMP certification. 

  • Acquire 60 PDUs for every 3-year cycle. 
  • Enter your PDUs in the online CCR system (CCRS). 
  • Pay the renewal fee according to the instructions mentioned on the renewal reminder notification from PMI. 

Ways to earn PDUS; 

  • Through education you can earn a maximum of 35 PDUs 
  • Giving back to the PMI will get you a maximum of 25 PDUs. Volunteering activities, working as project management professional and generating knowledge are some ways to give back to the PMI.  

To get an online PMP certification first you must ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria. Check the prerequisites question for details.

  • You need to attend 35 hours of instructor-led PMP training (included in the PMP course
  • After PMP training you will need to spend some time preparing for the PMP exam
  • Clear the exam and you will get certified within two weeks
  •  PMP certification has a validity of 3 years, after which you will need to renew it

KnowledgeHut is amongst the top ATPs that support you in your journey to becoming a PMP. Enroll with KnowledgeHut to find out the easiest way to get PMP certification. 

No, you cannot take the PMP exam without undertaking 35 hours of PMP classes, either as a self-paced e-learning or live instructor-led training from an Authorized Training Partner (ATP) of PMI, like KnowledgeHut.

The only exception to this rule is if you are a CAPM certified professional. In this case you can self-study and take the examination directly from PMI without attending a PMP certification training course. However, this may prove to be very challenging. To be abreast of the latest guidelines from PMI and the PMP certification requirements, it is highly recommended that avail the best PMP certification training by a Premier PMI Authorized Training Partner like KnowledgeHut.

Professional Development Units (PDUs)

PDUs are Professional Development Units issued by the Project Management Institute. They can be earned by completing educational training or learning opportunities, which serve to validate your participation and continued proficiency in its principles and practices.

PDUs are the measuring unit used to quantify your professional development as part of the PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. 1 PDU = 1 hour of learning/activity. 

PDUs recognize your dedication to your career through the award of credits for every educational effort you make throughout your career. PDUs are offered by the PMI, and every PMI certification, except the CAPM, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.  

You will be eligible for 35 PDUs on course completion that can be used for recertification from PMI Inc. 

You can earn PDUs by attending training programs offered by PMI Authorized Training Partners or by organizations or universities. Whenever you attend a PMI congress, webinar, conference or any other event or indulge in self-directed learning, you can earn PDUs. 

As soon as you get a PMI certification, you can begin earning and recording PDUs. Any activities you conducted prior to achieving your certification will not count toward your new certification's PDU requirements.

Yes, you can transfer PDUs to your next certification cycle if you have earned PDUs above the required total of 60 for PMP, in the last year of your 3-year certification cycle. The PDUs you earned in the first two years cannot be utilized in a future cycle. Further details can be found in the PMP Handbook 

No, you do not need to submit any supporting documentation to report new PDUs. However, it is advised that you retain a folder of all PDU-related documentation handy for at least 18 months after your Continual Certification Requirement (CCR) cycle to ensure that it is easily available should you be audited at random.

You can find out more about PDUs in PMI’s FAQs

PMP Audit

The submission of a PMP exam application indicates your agreement to comply with PMI’s terms of the audit process. All applications are subject to an audit, although only a percentage of applications are selected for audit.  

The audit's goal is to improve the certification programmes' credibility and uphold the high standards that have already been set.

KnowledgeHut is right by your side throughout your certification process. Right from your enrollment for the PMP training program, you will receive comprehensive assistance for PMI registration and membership and review and submission of your PMP exam application. 

Should your application get selected for the audit process, you will have 90 days to gather and submit all certificates and documentation to substantiate your project management professional experience and your project management professional preparation course online or offline education certification; proper verification for the project experience listed in the application must be provided. A KnowledgeHut expert will guide you through every step to ensure application and exam success. All you need to do is focus on your exam preparation.

You would need to submit: 

  1. Copies of your diploma/global equivalent 
  2. Signatures from your project(s) supervisor(s) or manager(s) recorded in the experience verification part of the application
  3. Copies of certificates and/or letters from the training institute(s) for each course recorded on the application to meet the required contact hours of project management education 

The requested paperwork must be submitted within 90 days. If you submit all relevant documentation in accordance with the audit's terms and criteria, the audit should be completed in roughly five to seven business days.

If selected for audit, you may not continue with the certification process until you have complied with the audit requirements. The completed audit forms can be sent by regular postal mail or express courier service, to the address below. All materials must be sent at one time, in one envelope.  

  • PMI 
  • Attn: Certification Audit 
  • 14 Campus Blvd. 
  • Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299 USA 

If a PMP audit fails, PMI’s Certification Department will take further actions depending on the specific case. 

You will need to get a colleague, peer, client or sponsor verify programs and/or projects that you were the manager or supervisor for. The person would need to have sufficient knowledge of the project to be able to verify your project management experience. 

No, PMI will retain the documentation submitted as per its internal auditing procedures. 

Yes, audit materials are completely confidential, and PMI will not be sharing this with any third parties unless legally required to do so. 

You can find more information about the audits in the PMP Handbook

PMP Exam

The exam is conducted by PMI. KnowledgeHut is a Premier PMI Authorized Training Partner. 

Yes, once you pay the PMP Certification fee or complete the PMP application audit, you will receive an approval email/audit verification confirmation email from PMI. This email consists of your PMI Eligibility ID which you will need to schedule your PMP exam at the Pearson VUE website. 

Note: You can also recover your PMI Eligibility ID on my PMI section of the PMI website in case you lose the email. 

To fulfil eligibility requirements for the PMP exam, you require: 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Secondary Degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent) OR Four-year Degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent) OR Bachelor's or Post-Graduate degree from a GAC accredited program (bachelor’s degree or master's or global equivalent);

PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE: Minimum five years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience OR minimum three years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience OR minimum two years/24 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience;

PROJECT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION:  35 contact hours of formal education unless you are an active CAPM holder, minimum three years/36 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience, and 35 contact hours of formal education unless you are an active CAPM holder.

The experience and education requirements for the exam can be quite confusing. When you enroll for a PMP certification training program with KnowledgeHut, you'll benefit from step-by-step guidance by a KnowledgeHut in-house SME on your PMI registration and membership. The expert will hand-hold you through review and submission of your PMP exam application, so you can focus on what matters - your certification. In addition to this, you’ll also benefit from a 100% money-back guarantee*.

*Not applicable for Singapore region

You can take your PMP exam either at a Pearson Vue Test Center or via an Online Proctored Test by following these steps: 

  • Step 1: Log in to www.PMI.org and then move to ‘Review Application Status’ under myPMI section. Click on ‘Schedule Exam’. 
  • Step 2: You’ll be redirected to your Pearson VUE account.  
  • Step 3: The landing page of your Pearson VUE account comprises of a space where you need to search the name of your testing program. For PMP, you need to search for PMI - Project Management Institute. 
  • Note: Before scheduling, rescheduling, or canceling an exam, it is mandatory for you to select your testing program, or you can also choose to contact one of the customer service representatives. 
  • There is another way to find and select your testing program. You can find a list of all test sponsors on the landing page of your Pearson VUE account by clicking on ‘A to Z list of all programs’. 
  • Step 4: In the next step, click on ‘P’ to find PMI (Project Management Institute) which is the test sponsor or testing program name for PMP exam. 
  • Step 5: Clicking on PMI - Project Management Institute will take you directly to a landing page where you need to use your unique PMI eligibility ID to log in. 
  • Step 6: Now you need to choose between Center Based Test (CBT) or Online Proctored Test (OP) option. 

On selecting CBT option: 

  • Step 7.1: Select the booking method for your PMP exam. You need to select the ‘I will be scheduling for a future date at a test center’ option and then click on ‘Next’. 
  • Step 7.2: Clicking on ‘Next’ will take you to the View Testing Policies page where you need to review the testing policies and then click on ‘Schedule this exam’. 
  • Step 7.3: Choose the test center, date, and time for your PMP certification exam.  
  • Step 7.4: Once you choose your test center, date, and time, review the appointment and then click on ‘Proceed to Checkout’. 
  • Step 7.5: Just follow the steps and click on Submit Order which will confirm your appointment. 
  • Step 7.6: On completion of the process, you will receive a confirmation mail from Pearson VUE. 

On selecting Online Proctored Test: 

  • Step 8.1: Select the Online Proctored Test option for your PMP certification exam, you need to read and agree to the online proctoring policies and then click ‘Next’. 
  • Step 8.2: You’ll come across the exam and language aid. First, click on ‘View Testing Policies’ and then click on ‘Schedule This Exam’. 
  • Step 8.3: As you will be taking the exam from home, you don’t need to select any exam center. Select the time of the exam once you select the date. Schedule your PMP exam at any time between Tuesday and Saturday. 
  • Step 8.4: Review your appointment details once you make the selection and then click on ‘Proceed to Checkout’. 
  • Step 8.5: Follow the next steps and then click on ‘Submit Order’. 
  • Step 8.6: Once your appointment is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation mail from Pearson VUE. 

While submitting an application, you don’t need to send in any documentation. However, if you are selected for a random audit, you will need to send your supporting documentation. To find out more about PMI's audit process, refer to the PMP Handbook and the audit FAQs. 

PMI’s PMP Application Checklist is a handy checklist to ensure you’re following PMI guidelines as follows: 

  • Project entries should represent professional project work experience only.  
  • All projects to be listed individually. Multiple projects not to be entered together. 
  • True title of the project or basic descriptor of the project purpose should be used. 
  • Each project descriptions should be high level summaries of the project. 
  • Project entries should not include routine, operational, or administrative tasks and responsibilities. 
  • Number of team members who participated in this project and the budget for the project should be accurate. 
  • If selected for the PMI audit process, proper verification for the project experience listed in the application must be provided. 

Some find the application process for the PMP exam to be quite complex. When you enrol for a PMP certification training program with KnowledgeHut, you'll benefit from step-by-step guidance by a KnowledgeHut in-house SME on your PMI registration and membership as well as your application review and submission.

PMI conducts random audits of the applications to ensure the credibility of the certification program and of the certification holders. If your application is selected for the audit process, you will have 90 days to gather and submit all certificates and documentation to substantiate your project management experience and project management-related education; proper verification for the project experience listed in the application must be provided.

A KnowledgeHut expert will hand-hold you through the entire process, enabling you to focus on what matters - your exam preparation. In addition to this, you’ll also benefit from a 100% money-back guarantee*.

*Not applicable for Singapore region

The latest PMP exam was rolled out by the Project Management Institute (PMI) on January 2, 2021.

The latest (2021) PMP certification exam pattern is as follows: 

  • Number of questions: 180 (the previous exam was 200, but the same number of questions will be scored)
  • Time: 230 minutes
  • Breaks: One additional break for a total of two 10-minute breaks for computer-based tests; no scheduled breaks for paper-based exams.
  • Question type: Combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank. 
  • Difficulty level: The questions are populated as per the difficulty level. The questions are randomized so that no two candidates will get similar questions. The easier the question, the higher the passing score determinant and the higher or tougher the question, the easier the passing score. 
  • Domains covered: While the old exam focused mainly on the stages of a project, the new one encompasses everything and everyone involved, namely:

  1. PEOPLE – 42% of items on the exam, emphasizing the skills and activities associated with effectively leading a project team. 
  2. PROCESS – 50% of items on the exam, reinforcing the technical aspects of managing a project.
  3. BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT – 8% of items on the exam, highlighting the connection between projects and organization strategy.

The exam will include content that spans the value delivery spectrum, including predictive, agile and hybrid approaches. 

You can learn more about the 2021 PMP Exam Content Outline here.

The new examination blueprint detailing the percentage of questions contained in each project management process group is as follows: 

  • People: 42%  
  • Process: 50% 
  • Business Environment: 8% 

More details can be found in the PMP New Examination Content Outline – Jan 2021 

PMI rolled out new changes to the PMP exam based on thorough research into how the project management profession has evolved since the last changes made in 2015. Three significant changes include:

1. PMP Exam Format

The new exam is comprised of 180 questions, which need to be answered within 230 minutes (one additional break for a total of two 10-minute breaks for computer-based tests; no scheduled breaks for paper-based exams). Questions will be a combination

PMP Exam Preparation

We offer a Complimentary On-Demand Project Management Professional Training course delivered as a combination of theory and use case project simulation practice. By attending this training, learners can claim 24 PMI PMP PDUs for maintaining their certification.

Our curriculum is specifically designed to give you the best exam preparation. Plus, we have a pool of 2250 different practice questions which are provided to you randomly with the objective of covering all the essential aspects of the PMP exam curriculum aligned with the latest PMP Exam Content Outline 2021.

We provide you with unlimited access to batches with our special GRAND PASS valid for 180 days. That means you can get exclusive access to join as many batches you want within this 180-day period with this special pass. You become eligible for this GRAND PASS once you enroll in our classes.

Our PMP training assistance is very flexible. We understand that time is a constraint for many of our busy professional learners. That’s why we offer a customized study plan—put together by top industry experts—tailored for 30 days of study and 60 days of study, which professionals can choose from as per their schedule.

In addition to the comprehensive exam support that you receive during the live training from top industry expert instructors, you can also take advantage of our Free On-Demand Course, taught by industry leader Stevan Beslac. The course gives you 24 PDUs.

While videos and live instructor-led classes help you to master the core concepts, we also understand that you need to invest a lot of hours in practice to clear this exam. Make the most of 5 Mock Tests and 5 Simulation Exams with our extensive pool of 2250 practice questions to practice firsthand and crack the PMP exam in the very first attempt.

The PMP exam has a vast curriculum that requires thorough effort and regular practice. We aim to help you strengthen your base with the help of live instructor-led sessions that cover all the essential concepts and fundamentals. That’s not all, we conduct regular sessions with industry experts where you can get clarifications to any doubts related to clearing your exam. Furthermore, you get access to mock tests, simulation exams, and practice questions to boost your exam preparation efforts.

PMP Digital Badge

The PMI Certification Digital Bade Program allows you to easily share verified proof of your distinguished PMI certification wherever and whenever you choose. PMI has partnered with Acclaim to provide you with a digital badge that displays your professional qualifications and achievements. Your badge also comes with valuable job market information to help you advance your career.

A digital badge helps you authenticate and display your certification, skills, and qualifications. It provides information on:

  • When the certification was earned
  • Key skills associated with the certification
  • What it takes to qualify for the certification
  • The works you do to actively maintain the certification

You can share your badge on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, in an email signature or embed it on a website.

You will receive an email from Acclaim within two weeks of earning your certification. The mail will notify you that PMI has issued you a badge. On clicking the Accept button in the email, you will be taken to the Acclaim website where you will be able to create an account and claim your badge.

If you don’t receive an email from Acclaim within two weeks of earning your certification or need support, contact support.youracclaim.com.

PMP Workshop Experience

The PMP Certification workshop at KnowledgeHut is delivered through PRISM, our immersive learning experience platform, via live and interactive instructor-led training PMP Classes.

Listen, learn, ask questions, and get all your doubts clarified from your instructor, who is an experienced practitioner.

Our PMP trainers are experienced PMP Training professionals and experts who have immense experience in leading, applying, coaching, and teaching about PMP Courses.

Our dedicated team of coaches delivers PMP training on par with the standard of excellence as set out by PMI. Every candidate receives the same high-quality content irrespective of the trainer and the location. They assist you with further developing the talents and skills you'll need to make an impact in your company.

Currently, our PMP® courses are delivered through live interactive virtual classrooms and can be structured over two days or more.

Our PMP training focuses on interactive learning. Most class time is dedicated to hands-on exercises, lively discussions, and team collaboration, all facilitated by the trainer who is an experienced PMP practitioner. The focus is on finding practical solutions to real-world scenarios in various projects environments, both big and small.

Yes, your PMP course material will be provided in advance. You will receive an email with a link to set your password a few days in advance of the scheduled course. Once you log in to PRISM, you will have access to the study plan and all the PMP course material.

The course material comprises the PMP course schedule or study plan, workbooks, and all relevant assignments, assessments, or case studies.

The sessions would be auto-recorded on PRISM, subject to permission by PMI® and the DA Trainer. You would also get lifetime access to the video recordings of the sessions, depending on the permissions.

No, you will not yet be able to join the PMP training through phone or tab. Please bring your laptop or desktop computer to the training.

If you get disconnected during the PMP training, you will have the option to re-join within about half an hour subject to accreditation body guidelines and the instructor’s preference.

Our workshops are currently held online and anyone with a stable internet from anywhere across the world can benefit from this to get PMP® certified. You can check out the schedules for our online PMP certification training here: https://www.knowledgehut.com/project-management/pmp-certification-training/schedule.

You will receive a registration link from PRISM to your e-mail id. You will have to set your password, log in to our Immersive Learning Experience platform and start your learning journey.

If you miss a class, you can access the class recordings from PRISM at any time. At the beginning of every session, there will also be a 10-12 minute recapitulation of the previous class.

This is a live instructor-led training where you will be coached by PMP® experts.

We currently use the Zoom platform for video conferencing and will soon be adding more integrations with Webex and Microsoft Teams. However, all the sessions and the recordings will be available right from within our learning platform. Learners will not need to wait for any notifications or links or install any additional software.

Yes, there are other participants who actively participate in the class remotely. They can attend online PMP training from the office, home, or any other suitable place.

If you have any questions, our support team is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via PRISM's Help & Support department. You can also reach out to your workshop manager on your workshop group messenger.

An unlimited number of attempts are permitted for quizzes. Assignments can be retaken for a specified number of attempts.

Should you have any more questions, please email us at support@knowledgehut.com and we will be happy to get back to you.

Additional FAQs on PMP Certification

PMP

PMP is an acronym for Project Management Professional. It’s the certification offered by Project Management Institute (PMI) to professionals who clear the PMP exam.

This credential is a globally renowned certification that’s highly valued and recognized in the field. It indicates your level of competence and expertise as a project manager who can lead and handle even the most complex projects. Additionally, industry reports claim that professionals with PMP certification earn 20% percent than those without the credential.

A PMP is entrusted with some of the core responsibilities in an enterprise. Right from overseeing a project to using one’s skillset during the implementation and reporting stages, a PMP is indispensable.

Below are some of the major duties of PMP certified professionals:

  • Designing, organizing, executing and completing projects within the set deadlines and allocated budget.
  • Choosing the right resources for a project and managing them effectively
  • Enforcing professional and social responsibility
  • Finding and analysing constraints and assumptions
  • Ensuring control over a project through performance trackers
  • Predicting potential risks and charting the right approach to prevent them.

A Project Management Professional (PMP) certified professional is a person who has passed the PMP certification examination and obtained a certificate.

As of January 2022, there are 932,720 active PMP-certified individuals and 300 chartered chapters across 218 countries and territories worldwide. A PMP-certified person is acknowledged worldwide and can work as a project manager anywhere in the world. This certification paves the way for better career growth and salary.

Below are 10 steps that you should follow to become a PMP certified professional:

Step 1: Start by reading the PMP Handbook (20 minutes read).

Step 2: Confirm your eligibility to become a PMP certified project manager before proceeding.

Step 3: Register on the PMI website, or become a PMI Member & Member of your local chapter.

Step 4: Enroll for a PMP Training (Classroom or LVC) with a Registered Education Provider (REP) like KnowledgeHut to earn 35 PDUs (PMI’s Education requirement).

Step 5: Check out the PMP classroom training schedules & dates to find a suitable session that meets your requirements.

Step 6: Sign up for the PMP Exam by filling the PMI application form & submit it to PMI for approval.

Step 7: Now schedule your PMP Exam through Pearson Vue at your convenient location.  

Step 8: Study the PMBOK® Guide thoroughly a few times, as it is a primary reference for the Exam.

Step 9: Study hard and have a plan. Work out our PMP® Practice sample exam question until you score 80%.

Step 10: Appear for the exam with the required documents and do your best!

According to the salary survey carried out by PMI, PMP certified individuals can expect a salary raise of upto23% compared to their non-certified counterparts. The survey involves the collation of salary information from 26,000 project managers from 34 countries of the world.

That said, the salary depends on your level of experience, problem-solving skills, location, education, and industry. For instance, PMPs in Australia, Switzerland, and the United States earn more than those in China, Germany, and UAE.

Program Management Office (PMO) job profile describes the responsibilities of PMO as follows:

  • The PMO supervises the project lifecycle right from implementation to monitoring in order to ensure successful execution.
  • The PMO also leads programs and projects and overlooks both verbal and written communications regarding project status, risks, and issues.

You need to renew your PMP certification every 3 years. Having passed the PMP examination, there is the need for continual skill updates through CCR (Continuing Certification Requirements) program that helps to maintain the validity of your membership status and your credentials (PMP).

You need 60 PDUs (Professional Development Units) for your certification renewal at the end of each 3 year cycle. Inability to get the required number of PDUs for renewal automatically leads to a year-long suspension of PMP credentials, making it invalid thenceforth.

Your first CCR cycle starts the day you pass your PMP exam.

The PMP certification training is accessible in three different ways, classroom training, instructor-led training, and the self-learning method. Each mode has its pros and cons but self-learning is considered the cheapest of the three.

Online training can either be through self-learning mode or instructor-led mode. There are good online platforms where you can get 35 contact hours of PMP training such as KnowledgeHut.

The following are crucial elements to consider before selecting the best online training platform:

  • Is the training provider registered?
  • Do they guarantee a 35 hours certificate?
  • Are the videos presented by an English speaker?
  • What is the duration of eLearning access?

The Project Management Professional (PMP) is a certification designed for professionals who already have experience in leading and directing projects. The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® certification is designed for professionals who want to get started in their careers.

The eligibility requirements for these certifications differ in this respect.

  • The requirement for PMP is a 4-year degree and 4500 hours of leading and directing projects, or a secondary degree with 7500 hours of leading and directing projects.
  • The requirement for CAPM is a secondary degree or 1500 hours of professional experience, or a secondary degree with 23 contact hours of formal education.

A project description must consist of the following:

  1. A short, one-sentence project objective.
  2. Summary of the project deliverables according to the process areas - Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing. You can use the acceptable abbreviations - IN, PL, EX, MC & CL.
  3. A short, one-sentence project outcome.

To fill out the PMP application experience, you have to follow this simple 5-step process:

  1. Project Information - This includes title, start and end date, and the role you had in the project. The role may or may not match with your designation.
  2. Organization Details - This includes contact details, the physical address of office locations where you performed the duties.
  3. Organization Contact - In this, you have to provide the email, contact details, and the relationship you have with the primary contact person in the organization.
  4. Hours per domain area - You have to document the exact number of hours you spent in all 5 process groups individually.
  5. Project Experience Summary - In this, you have to summarize the activities from the processes where you have spent hours.

Here are some rules for calculating hours for the PMP application-

  • You can only count hours of formal project management education and not the hours you spent studying at home. These educations hours have to be from the mandatory training PDUs.
  • For the experience hours, make sure that you enter project-wise hours that you spent in each project.
  • A general guideline for counting hours that must be considered is that maximum hours per week should be 40 hours and for a calendar year of 12 months, it should be around 2000 hours. This is just a guideline. The specific hours can be anything as per actuals.
  • These education hours should be from your mandatory training PDUs.
  • If you are managing two projects at the same time in a month, these will be counted as only one month. But, when you are calculating hours, projects can overlap. For example, if you spent 3 hours on one project and 4 on another, you can count 7 hours in your application.
  • Organize the number of hours in five groups. Each hour can be counted for only a single group.

Here is a step-by-step process for filling out the PMP application:

  • Navigate to the form by visiting the PMI website.
  • On the topmost bar, under the ‘Certification’ option, click ‘Apply Now’.
  • You will be asked to log in to your account. If you don’t have one, click on ‘Create an account’.
  • Enter the information including your personal details, work details, etc. Once the account is created, visit the link and click ‘Apply for PMP Credential’.
  • You will be redirected to the form. There are several steps where you will have to include your contact address, contact information, attained education, Project Management education, experience, optional information (primary referral source), etc.
  • You can pay for the certification exam after you receive approval of your PMP application from PMI.

You can get 35 contact hours for the PMP application through relevant training for the certification. For training, you can either opt for online or in-person classes from any authorized training institutes. Alternatively, mandatory 35 contact hours of project management education can be obtained from PMI Chapter organized PMP training programs. However, note that hours from any meetings or cultural events from the PMI chapter activities will not count towards the prerequisite education hours.

Once you have submitted your application, PMI will take 5 business days or a week to approve your application. If your application is approved, you will receive the email confirmation. However, if you are audited, the approval might take longer. Please note that your application getting selected for an audit is a purely random process.

Here is what you need to do for getting the PMP application approved in the first submission itself:

  1. Before applying for the exam, make sure that you have finished your 35 contact hours certification requirement.
  2. Make sure that your previous bosses, of whom you are sharing the contact details, are aware of what you are doing.
  3. Take extra care to avoid providing details of the overlapping experience.
  4. Keep photocopies of 35 contact hours certificates, educational certificates, and experience certificates.
  5. Before hitting ‘Submit’, double-check all the information that you have provided.

Audit is the process for ensuring the sanctity of the application process. PMI expects applicants to provide true information only. The audit will also check for adequacy of the fulfilment of the prerequisites. After the audit, PMI may deny your application on grounds of insufficient project management experience.

However, if you have intentionally provided false information, there is a chance that you might get banned from the PMP exam forever. PMI audit is a tool used by the PMI for ensuring that it only gives certification to people who actually are who they claim to be. Through the audit, they are trying to establish the credibility of the PMI certification process.

If your application is denied for any reason, you can appeal to PMI for reconsideration providing more clarification on the grounds on which the application was rejected. PMI will have the final authority for the decision.

Once you have submitted your application, the PMI will take about a week to approve it. After that, the time taken to get the PMP certification depends on the date of the scheduled exam. However, you must schedule and complete the test within 12 months of application approval.

To renew the PMP certification online, follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • Credential maintenance: Meet the CCR or Continuing Certification Requirements for the PMP certification by earning the required PDUs or Professional Development Units. You're required to earn and report 60 PDUs in your 3-year renewal cycle.
  • Credential renewal: You can complete the renewal process once you have earned and reported 60 PDUs per the requirements and submit renewal fees.
  • Credential suspension: This occurs on the third anniversary of the day you passed the exam if you have not fulfilled the Continuing Certification Requirements. During this period you will be unable to use the PMP designation.
  • Credential expiration: This occurs at the end of your suspension period if you did not fulfill the Continuing Certification Requirements toward credential maintenance and renewal.
  • After credential expiration: If you wish to hold the credential again, you must reapply.

PMP Certification Training

PMP is an acronym for Project Management Professional. It’s the certification offered by Project Management Institute (PMI) to professionals who clear the PMP exam.

This credential is a globally renowned certification that’s highly valued and recognized in the field of project management. It indicates your level of competence and expertise as a project manager who can lead and handle even the most complex projects. Additionally, industry reports claim that professionals with PMP certification earn 20% higher than those without the credential.

A PMP certificate is awarded to professionals who have passed PMI’s PMP certification exam. It is the standard by which you can measure the competency of project managers. It is managed by the PMI and is widely recognized all over the world.

Certified project managers are in high demand in different industries. This is the reason why they earn much more than professionals who are not certified.

To find out more about the PMP certification, you may visit this page

As a PMP certified professional, there are several benefits for you as an individual, your career, and the organization you are working for.

Following are the benefits of PMP certification:

  • PMP certification gives your career an extra boost by making you eligible for the best roles in the top companies globally.
  • It enhances your versatility and expands your skillset through rigorous PMP training and coursework. 

The PMP training course is the flagship offering by the prestigious PMI; a non-profit professional membership association that provides training and certifications in the field of project, program, and portfolio management. The institute aims at training candidates according to a standardized set of industry practices while empowering them to become experts in this field.

This course will be useful for professionals in the following roles, among others:

  • Associate Project Managers
  • Project Managers
  • IT Project Managers
  • Project Coordinators
  • Project Analysts
  • Project Leaders
  • Senior Project Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Product Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Project Sponsors
  • Project Team Members seeking PMP or CAPM® 

The average salary for a certified PMP is $108,000 in the United States. Certified PMPs earn more in Australia, Switzerland, and the United States.

  • In Australia, the average salary of a certified PMP is $134,658, while it is $133,605 in Switzerland.
  • The lowest salaries are given in China, India, Egypt and Nigeria with $24,201, $27,052, $27,156 and $30,000 respectively.
  • Apart from the certification and location, other factors that affect the increase in salary are education, level of experience, and skills.

A certified PMP makes $110,000 per year in the United States while a non-certified PMP makes $91.000 per year. In fact, certified PMPs can earn 20% more than those who are not certified. This shows that most companies are ready to pay top dollar for project managers who are certified. Certification is an important factor that contributes to the increase in salary.

Yes, PMP certification is helpful in changing your job profile and industry as long as it’s in the field of project management.

If you meet the PMP requirements for the certification regarding the minimum hours of experience and education, you can switch between industries. The most important aspect is getting qualified to attend the exam and successfully passing it so that you get to enjoy all the benefits the PMP certification offers. You can soar higher in your industry and even change career lanes.

 The PMP process comprises the basics of project management which includes five phases found in a project life-cycle.

  • These are- Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring, and Closing. The 49 processes are sub-grouped into these five main areas, which are interwoven in the course of the project life-cycle.
  • The process connects all the necessary components required for meeting the specific criteria and goals of any project. Since the project manager is the center of each project, he is responsible for ensuring strict compliance with the given rules and details that can lead to success.

A project description must consist of the following:

  1. A short, one-sentence project objective.
  2. Summary of the project deliverables according to the process areas - Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing. You can use the acceptable abbreviations - IN, PL, EX, MC, and CL.
  3. A short, one-sentence project outcome.

Here are some steps that will help you choose the best PMP training institute for your needs:

  1. Decide if you want the in-person or online course. An in-person course has the advantage of live interaction, but online courses are more convenient.
  2. Compare the prices and select the one that fits your budget. Make sure that you don’t compromise on the quality.
  3. Select institutes that are PMI Authorized Training Partners.
  4. Make sure that the principal instructor of the course is PMP-certified. You need to check out their credentials and whether they are available for offline support and interaction or not. Also, the trainer should be flexible with the schedule.
  5. Check if the online PMP course offered by the training institute is based on the current PMBOK Guide. Make sure that the institute/trainer provides you with all the study aids that are available with the course.
  6. Ensure that with the end-of-course assessment, you will receive the required 35 contact hours certificate.

PMP Certification

As of August 2021, there are 932,720 active PMP certified individuals and 300 chartered chapters across 218 countries and territories worldwide. The PMP is the most common certification among the PMI suite of certifications. In fact, about 93.5% of all PMI certification holders are PMP holders.

The country with the highest number of PMP certification holders is the United States. This is because PMP certification holders are in high demand across all industries in the US.

The steps to get a PMP certification are as follows:

  1. Fulfill the PMP eligibility criteria (domain level experience and educational levels).
  2. Become a member of the PMI.
  3. Undertake a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification training course from a PMI REP to meet the 35 hours (PDUs) education requirement.
  4. Complete the PMP application form and submit it.
  5. Read and understand the PMBOK Guide.
  6. Schedule your PMP Exam with Pearson VUE.
  7. Take and pass the PMP Exam.

The eligibility criteria for PMP certification are divided into three parts:

  1. Academic education requires a secondary diploma or a degree.
  2. The project management experience includes a four-year degree with 4,500 hours of leading and directing projects or a secondary degree with 7,500 hours leading and directing projects.
  3. This education includes 35 contact hours of project management education.

PMP Certification is more difficult in comparison to other certifications and requires a deep commitment and adequate preparation. The time you require depends on your experience, formal training, and your preparation materials.

  • Spend an average of 3 weeks studying the PMBOK® Guide.
  • Dedicate 3-4 hours of quality time for study on weekends.
  • Practice tests and quizzes are also important to gauge your level of preparedness.
  • You should do this for at least 2-3 months before your exams.

The failure rate for the PMP exam is 40-50%, which is high. Most of the people who have failed the exam did so in the first attempt. Some of the reasons why people fail the PMP exam at their first attempt are the following:

  • Inadequate preparation
  • Inadequate knowledge of the PMBOK® Guide
  • Failure to read other study materials.

Passing the PMP exam requires adequate preparation. You must dedicate about 2-3 hours per day to study. Read third-party study materials and the PMBOK® Guide. Also, take practice tests and quizzes from KnowledgeHut

PMP is recognized in Australia and everywhere in the world. It is the first and the most popular certification from the PMI. Once you meet the eligibility criteria and write and pass the exam, the certification is recognized all over the world. As a certified PMP in Australia, you will enhance your marketability in the workplace and earn a top salary in your industry.

There is no pass rate for the PMP exam because PMI does not publish the pass mark for the exams anymore. Questions are rated according to their difficulty level. This makes it hard to calculate the pass percentage according to the number of correct answers. Each exam question is scored based on the difficulty of the question you have answered correctly.

To pass the PMP exam, aim for a precision rate of at least 80% or higher (this is a guideline rather than a rigid pass percentage criterion as PMI have not published the pass score in recent times).

PMP certification is the most popular certification offered by the PMI.

Below are the reasons you need a PMP Certification:

  1. It is globally accepted
  2. It increases your salary by 20%
  3. It gives better job opportunities
  4. It broadens your experience
  5. It helps you to handle projects efficiently
  6. It is applicable to most industries such as Telecom, Business processing, IT, Commerce, and Finance
  7. It is an investment for your future
  8. It gives you job security

PMP certification is globally accepted, and it is as valuable to IT developers as it is to people from other professions.

  • An IT developer who is PMP certified is respected and recognized all over the world.
  • As an IT developer, you should also learn Agile methodologies to enhance your project management knowledge.
  • The PMP credential demonstrates your competence in project management.
  • PMP certification helps you to be well organized and also builds your project success rate.
  • Your skills and expertise are recognized by employers as top-notch.

As a leading Premier Authorized Training Partner (ATP) of PMI®, KnowledgeHut caters to the training needs of corporate organizations and professionals across the globe. It’s successfully spread over 70+ countries where it conducts PMP training. A few of the cities in India and the U.S are listed below for your reference:

Indian Cities
U.S Cities
Bangalore 
Atlanta
Chennai 
Austin 
Delhi 
Boston 
Gurgaon 
Chicago 
Hyderabad 
Dallas 
Kolkata 
Houston 
Mumbai 
New York 
Noida 
Seattle 


PMP Certification Eligibility

The requirements to take the PMP Exam are:

  1. Educational requirements are a 4-year degree with 4500 hours of leading and directing projects, or a secondary degree with 7500 hours of leading and directing projects.
  2. 35 hours of formal project management education. A PMI membership (optional).
  3. Apply for the exam and pay the Examination fees ($405 for members and $555 for non-members).
  4. Schedule the PMP examination.
  5. Sit for and pass the PMP exam.

No. You don’t need a degree to get PMP certification. If you have a secondary degree i.e. a high school diploma, associate’s degree or the global equivalent with 7,500 hours of leading and directing projects besides 35 hours of project management education, you are eligible to take the PMP examination. The PMP education shows you have theoretical knowledge to manage projects while the experience shows you have enough soft skills to take the PMP exam.

The PMI requires that you have 4,500 hours of leading and directing projects if you have a bachelor’s degree or 7,500 hours of leading and directing projects as a secondary degree holder.


The experience involves tasks you have done at work and outside work such as initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling a project within a process group. It can also involve experience through participation such as volunteer experience, work experience, and side projects. Make sure to always keep accurate records of your experiences.

You will get 35 PDUs on the completion of 35 hours of training. These can be used toward your continuing education and recertification requirements with the Project Management Institute (PMI).

PDUs are credits awarded by the Project Management Institute. Every PMI® certification, except the CAPM®, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.

With the exception of the CAPM® credential, all those who earn a PMI certification must actively maintain their certifications through participation in the CCR (Continuing Certification Requirements) Program and renewal of their certifications every 3 years. You can take part in professional development and learning activities to earn Professional Development Units (PDUs), thus fulfilling the continuing certification requirements and ultimately growing and developing as a practitioner.

To maintain your PMP certification, you must earn and record 60 PDUs every 3 years.

35 contact hours of documented training is mandatory for professionals who want to take the PMP exam.

You need to show that you have completed courses, workshops, and training by registered education providers (R.E.Ps), PMI component organizations, employer-sponsored programs, distant learning companies with an end-of-course assessment, University/college academic and continuing education programs or any other training workshops where you can present the proof of training such as certificates, tests, syllabus and course descriptions.

One hour of classroom teaching is one contact hour. The same goes for non-classroom training.

The PMP contact hours are those that are obtained in a formal learning environment and provided by a standard instructor.

These are generally 35 contact hours for project management education and do not expire. Having these contact hours is one of the eligibility requirements to sit for the PMP exam. Once you have it, you can use it to apply for the PMP certification exam. For instance, if you have the education 5 years ago, you can still use it to fulfill the requirement for your PMP certification.

The number of contact hours required for PMP is 35. You can earn the contact hours by attending project management training or relevant education. This implies that you can claim any time that you spent on software as part of the contact hours, provided you have the proof. Also, you need to document all training you have undertaken by keeping the course syllabus and class catalog.

The PMI has made it mandatory that all aspirants who have completed a 4 years degree need to have 4500 hours of leading and directing projects and those with secondary degrees need 7500 hours of leading and directing projects. This experience could be through managing teams, clients or vendors in large or small projects in any industry of your choice.

Besides that, you also need 35 contact hours of education. You can get it by undergoing self-learning, instruction led or regular classroom training.

You may attend the coaching to gain an in-depth knowledge of project management principles, but without the stated educational qualifications and experience, you cannot appear for the examination.

How to get PMP Certification

  1. Check whether you have achieved the experience criteria for eligibility.
  2. Undertake 35 hours of training from a PMI REP.
  3. Apply for and schedule the exam.
  4. Pay the cost of the exam, which is $405 for PMI members and $555 for non-members.
  5. Chart out a study schedule, allowing adequate time for studying the PMBOK® Guide and other resources.

Successful completion of the exam and passing it gives you the opportunity to become a certified PMP. With this title, you can apply to get jobs across the countries and become a globally recognized project manager. 

Applying for a training program with a training partner like KnowledgeHut is definitely way to get PMP certification.

The application process for PMP certification is simple. Ensure you meet the eligibility criteria before you apply. The cost for the application is $405 for PMI members and $555 for non-members.


Follow the steps below to apply for PMP certification online:

  1. Sign up for a free account at PMI.org.
  2. Log in to your account and confirm your registration.
  3. Fill out the application form.
  4. Proof of project management expertise and contact hours must be submitted. It takes roughly 5 days for your application to be processed once you submit it.
  5. Make the payment for the examination.
  6. Organize your schedule and book your spot.

PMP Certification Cost

The PMP certification cost varies between members and non-members. PMI members pay $405 for the computer-based exam (CBT), while it is $555 for non-members. Keeping in mind other additional costs, you are expected to spend between $800-1,000 to get PMP certified.

The cost of the PMP course depends on the mode of training of your choice. There are three distinct modes of delivery of the PMP course:

  1. The online self-learning course costs $50 -$200. It is the cheapest.
  2. The online instructor-led training costs between $250 to $2000.
  3. The classroom instructor-led training, costs from $250 to $4000.

The PMP course will give you the 35 contact hours required by PMI to sit for the PMP exam.

You can reschedule your PMP certification exam appointment up to two days before the exam date. If you do so within 30 days of the exam, you will have to pay 70 USD, but doing so within two days of the exam will forfeit your full exam fee.

However, you can reschedule your exam before 30 days for free.

PMP certification renewal for PMI members costs $60 while it is $150 for non-members. Renewal is mandated every three years from the time you first receive the certification.

It is a dynamic industry and you need to renew your certificate to show that you are conversant with the changes and best practices used by project managers all over the world. The renewal will be displayed on your profile status as ”PMP with good standing”.

There is no fixed cost for becoming a project manager as it varies depending on the institution of your choice. You should have the required experience, should have undergone training, and have done adequate preparation to pass the exam. To be a project manager, you must also have leadership skills and the ability to work with others comfortably.

The cost of PMP certification in India and the USA is:

  1. PMI membership fee for a year - $129.
  2. Examination fee - $405 for PMI members and $555 for non-members.
  3. Training fees (to get the required 35 contact hours) - between $176 - $2,600.
  4. PMBOK® Guide cost - digital edition is free for members. The paper edition is $49.50 for members, while it is $65.95 for non-members.

PMP Exam

A PMP test is an examination for project managers who want to become certified. It contains 200 multiple-choice questions. Each question has four options.

There are six types of questions in the PMP exam and they are:

  1. Formula-based questions 
  2. Situational questions 
  3. Knowledge-based PMP exam questions 
  4. Interpretational questions 
  5. Specific technique questions 
  6. PMBOK® Guide knowledge questions.

The PMP exam is difficult because the standard set is high. The certification exam examines your understanding of the PMBOK® Guide and demonstrates your experience in project management. To pass the exam, you need to study supplemental study content and take regular practice tests and quizzes. Take several months to read the material and practice at least 2 hours daily.

You need to pass 175 questions out of 200 multiple-choice questions which are found in the PMP exam. The remaining 25 questions are referred to as pre-test but are not obvious or distinguishable as they’re scattered around the multiple questions. The PMP exam candidate should attempt all the questions since he or she cannot single out those 25 pre-test questions.

The questions are scored according to the difficulty level. The questions are individualized as no two candidates get similar questions. The easier the question, the higher the passing score determinant, and the higher or tougher the question, the easier the passing score.

Ensure that you use the remaining two attempts within a year of your eligibility period. If you don’t, you cannot fill out the PMP exam application form for a year. If you still fail the remaining two attempts, you have to wait for a year from your last exam attempt before you can re-apply and write the exam.

The PMP exam last changed on March 26th, 2018. This is because the PMBOK® Guide was updated and released on September 6th, 2017. There were changes in the syllabus and there were new chapters and sessions added to the guide.

For example, the number of processes was increased from 47 to 49. So, to prepare for the exam, you need to get the latest edition of the PMBOK® Guide 6th edition. However, there are still 200 questions and the duration of the exam is still 4 hours.

You can take the PMP exam three times a year. If you still have not passed the exam after your third attempt, then you have to wait for a year from the date of your last exam attempt.

You have to pay for each exam attempt and get your application reviewed and approved. But you don’t need to retake the training course because your contact hours will not expire.

It is possible to reschedule or cancel your online proctored test or CBT exam up to 48 hours before your scheduled date. However, late rescheduling and cancellations will result in a fee.

The fee for rescheduling or canceling your exam within 30 days of your scheduled exam date is US$70. If you wait till within 48 hours of your exam date, you will not be able to cancel your appointment and you will forfeit the entire exam fee as it will be considered a ‘no show’.

These are the steps to reschedule or cancel your appointment online at the PMI.org website. 

  1. Log in to PMI.org 
  2. Navigate to Review Application Status under myPMI.  
  3. Click on Reschedule Exam or Cancel Exam. 
  4. You will be prompted to schedule your exam through Pearson VUE. 
  5. In your Pearson VUE account, your exam will be available under Upcoming Appointment.  
  6. Click the exam that you have already scheduled.  
  7. Review the current appointment details, and choose the appropriate options to reschedule or cancel your appointment. 

The PMP examination is comprised of 200 multiple-choice questions and has to be completed in 4 hours. Of the 200 questions, 25 are considered pretest questions and do not affect the score.

Please check the PMP handbook for complete details at this link: PMP handbook.

The PMP exam comprises 200 multiple-choice questions. Each question has four options. There are six types of questions in the PMP exam and they are:

  1. Formula-based questions
  2. The situational questions
  3. The knowledge-based PMP exam questions
  4. The interpretational questions
  5. The specific technique questions
  6. The PMBOK® Guide knowledge questions.

If you want to pass the exam, read the PMBOK® Guide and other third-party books and practice a lot of test questions. When you can identify the questions you will meet, it will help you to be thoroughly prepared.

The duration of the PMP exam is 4 hours. A lot of PMP candidates have attested to the sufficiency of time to complete the 200 questions. During these 4 hours you’re not allowed to go out for a break or any rest. But, in the case a candidate is permitted to go out for any reason, the time duration will still count; which means that you will not be given any extra time nor will the time be extended for you.

Out of the 200 questions, you are expected to pass 175 since 25 are just pre-test questions.

There are 200 questions in the PMP exam. 95% of the questions are scenario-based. The remaining 5% of the questions are simple and straightforward questions.

Out of the 200 questions, 175 are scored, which means they contribute to your exam score while 25 are non-scored questions, and they don’t count towards your exam scores. They are pretest questions used to try out future tests. The questions are chosen randomly so you need to answer all of them with the same seriousness.

A few weeks to 6 months of active study and preparation for the exam can guarantee your chances of passing the PMP exam. In a general sense, there is no fixed time for passing the PMP exam. It depends on your level of assimilation and ability to answer the questions correctly.

If you’re able to devote enough time for study; an average of 180 hours of study should be enough to help you pass the exam. The most important thing is to start an intensive study plan as soon as you register for the exam. Also, a 3-hour daily study should usually help you get set for the exam within 3 months.

The PMP exam contains a multiple-choice format examination on the five domains, which are Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing. The number of questions is broken down as follows: 13% tests on initiating, 24% tests on Planning, 31% tests on Executing, 25% tests on monitoring and controlling, and 7% tests on closing. The percentage signifies the number of questions that are created for each domain in the examination.

According to PMI’s 2013 Talent Gap Report, the project management industry is set to grow by $6.6 trillion by 2020, with more than 41.5 million jobs becoming available. This is a validation of the need for talented and qualified project managers, who can steer projects towards success and achieve organizational goals. This PMP training will equip you to handle complex, multifaceted projects and prove that you are indispensable to the organization.

The PMP process chart is an important aspect of the PMBOK® Guide, hence you need to memorize it before you take the exam.

The six steps below will help you:

  1. Find a paper and draw a table with 6 columns and 11 rows
  2. In the 6 columns, write the 5 processes
  3. In the 11 rows, write the 10 areas of knowledge
  4. Fill in the processes in each of the corners of the process chart
  5. Fill the planning column with the processes
  6. Fill the estimate processes into the planning process group
  7. Fill the performed processes
  8. Fill the five develop processes
  9. Fill the control processes
  10. Fill the manage processes
  11. Fill the remaining processes in the PMBOK® Guide

PMP Exam Prep

The PMP exam is fairly difficult, and it requires adequate preparation.

Below is what you can do to prepare for the PMP exam:

  1. Read the PMBOK® Guide
  2. Read third-party PMP textbooks such as Rita Mulcahy and Andy Crowe’s books.
  3. Join PMP Exam workshops
  4. Use online PMP exam simulators
  5. Join study groups and discussion forums
  6. Take PMP exam practice questions.

Make sure you answer at least 85% of the questions correctly. If you get this percentage on your first attempt, then you are well prepared for the exam.

You can study for the PMP certification exam by reading and understanding the PMBOK® Guide. Decide which learning mode will suit you best.

How best do you learn? Is it through reading a book, listening to a podcast, watching a video? Understand your learning style and plan your study around it.

Studying for a certification exam requires partnership. Study in groups and learn from the contribution of others. You need to familiarize yourself with the lexicon of project management as used in the PMBOK® Guide.

You can also take a PMP prep exam or register for an online practice test and quizzes.

Reading the best books is important to pass the PMP exam.

Below is the list of books that can help you prepare for PMP exam:

  1. The latest edition of the PMBOK® Guide
  2. Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Prep
  3. Head First PMP by Jennifer Greene
  4. PMP Exam simplified by Eileen Ellis
  5. The Velociteach All-In-One PMP Exam Prep Kit.

You need approximately 180 hours to successfully study and pass the PMP exam. This equals around 2 hours per day for 3 months or 3 hours per day for 2 months. For instance, if you can devote more hours, say 6 hours per day, you will be prepared within the next one month.

Basically, it depends on the time you have to study, how serious you are about passing the exam on the first attempt, and the quality of the preparation resources you want to use.

Passing the PMP examination requires enormous preparation. You need at least 3 months or 90 days to prepare for the exam.

PMP Exam Cost Breakdown

PMP exam fee is the fee paid to register for PMP certification. The institute in charge of this registration; PMI has two options for PMP certification exam registration:

  • For the computer test fee, PMI members must pay $405 while non-members must pay $555.
  • For the paper exam fee, PMI members pay $250 while non-members pay $400.

In 2022, the PMP Exam costs $405 and $555 for members and non-members, respectively.

  • There are other costs such as the cost of the 35 contact hours of project management education which ranges from $200 - $2,000.
  • The cost of the PMBOK is $70 for non-members but a free downloadable version is available for members.
  • The cost of the course and preparation materials for the exam ranges from $179-$2,600. You may also need to purchase other third-party materials that will enable you to better understand the concepts of the subject.

PMP exam fee can be paid using credit cards, checks, money orders, and wire transfers.

  1. You can pay through credit cards by sending payments through PMI online certification system.
  2. It can also be paid using checks and money order sent to PMI post.
  3. The last method of payment is wire transfer. You need to reach PMI customer care for the details of wire transfer.

You should note that you will not be allowed to schedule your exam until you pay the exam fee. However, after the approval of your application, you have the grace of one year to pay/schedule the exam.

You can reschedule your PMP certification exam appointment from 30 days upto two days before the scheduled exam date on paying 70 USD. Rescheduling within two days of the exam will forfeit your full exam fee. However, you can reschedule your exam before 30 days for free.

Candidates in various locations are required to pay their equivalent of the US dollars in their own currencies.

Canadians aspiring to get certified in PMP have to pay the equivalent of US $405 as PMI members or the equivalent of US $555 as non-members. This is for the CBT exam.

Those aspiring for the paper-based test of the PMP exam are also expected to pay the equivalent of US $250 as registered members and the US $400 as non-registered members.

There are other costs apart from the exam cost. You will need to pay for sample practice exams, prep courses, prep books and other materials needed to aid your successful completion of the PMP exam.

The first attempt at the PMP exam costs $405 for PMI members and $555 for non-members.

If you fail at the first attempt, you can retake the PMP exam again at a cost. It is $275 for the computer-based exam for PMI members and $375 for non-members. It is cheaper for paper-based exam. It is $150 for a PMI member and $300 for a non-member.

If you fail the second attempt, you still need to pay to retake the PMP exam.

The PMP Exam in India costs $405 for the computer and paper-based exams for members and $555 for non-members.

The PMI membership fee is $130 with an annual renewal fee of $119. You can become a member of the PMI and save costs. Members have the privilege to download the digital edition of the PMBOK guide for free on the PMI website.

Other costs include training fees which vary between $126 and $2700 to complete the 35 contact hours required. You may also need to purchase other third-party books to help you prepare for the exam adequately.

PMP Exam Center

The toll-free customer service number for India is 0008004401837.

You need to meet the minimum system requirements in order to schedule your PMP exam. In case you don’t have the right computer equipment and you have already purchased the exam, it is unlikely that you will get a refund.

In order to schedule your PMP exam through Center-Based Test (CBT) or Online Proctored Test (OP), you need to follow these steps:

Step 1: First, you need to log in to www.PMI.org and then move to ‘Review Application Status’ under the my PMI section. Click on ‘Schedule Exam’.

Step 2: Following the above step you will be redirected to your Pearson VUE account. 

Step 3: The landing page of your Pearson VUE account comprises of a space where you need to search the name of your testing program. For PMP, you need to search for PMI.

Note: Before scheduling, rescheduling, or canceling an exam, it is mandatory for you to select your testing program, or you can also choose to contact one of the customer service representatives.

There is another way to find and select your testing program. You can find a list of all test sponsors on the landing page of your Pearson VUE account by clicking on ‘A to Z list of all programs’.

Step 4: In the next step, click on ‘P’ to find PMI which is the test sponsor or testing program name for the PMP exam.

Step 5: Clicking on PMI - will take you directly to a landing page where you need to use your unique PMI® eligibility ID to log in.

Step 6: Now you need to choose between the Center Based Test (CBT) or Online Proctored Test (OP) option.

On selecting CBT option:

Follow these scheduling instructions in order to take up the PMP certification exam in CBT mode:

Step 7.1: In this step, you will have to select the booking method for your PMP exam. You need to select the ‘I will be scheduling for a future date at a test center’ option and then click on ‘Next’.

Step 7.2: Clicking on ‘Next’ will take you to the View Testing Policies page where you need to review the testing policies and then click on ‘Schedule this exam’.

Step 7.3: This is the step that allows you to choose the test center, date, and time for your PMP® certification exam. For instance, if you are based in Delhi, India, you just need to choose your exam center in ‘Delhi’ before choosing the date and time. As another example, if you are based out of New York, USA, you need to choose your Pearson VUE test center in New York before choosing a suitable date and time for your PMP exam.

Step 7.4: Once you choose your test center, date, and time, review the appointment and then click on ‘Proceed to Checkout’.

Step 7.5: Now you need to just follow the steps and click on Submit Order which will confirm your appointment.

Step 7.6: On completion of the process, you will receive a confirmation mail from Pearson VUE.

On selecting Online Proctored Test:

If you decide to appear for your PMP exam through the Online Proctored Test mode, you just need to follow these steps:

Step 8.1: In order to select the Online Proctored Test option for your PMP certification exam, you need to read and agree to the online proctoring policies and then click ‘Next’.

Step 8.2: In this step, you will come across the exam and language aid. First, you need to click on ‘View Testing Policies’ and then click on ‘Schedule This Exam’.

Step 8.3: As you will be taking the exam from home, you don’t need to select any exam center. But you do need to choose the date and time on which you want to take your exam. You can select the time of the exam once you select the date. You can schedule your PMP exam at any time between Tuesday and Saturday.

Step 8.4: You need to review your appointment details once you make the selection and then click on ‘Proceed to Checkout’.

Step 8.5: Follow the next steps and then click on ‘Submit Order’.

Step 8.6: Once your appointment is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation mail from Pearson VUE.

Yes, you do get a refund on your examination fee if you cancel your exam within 30 days, but you are charged with an exam fee of $70. Also, in case you fail to cancel your appointment before 48 hours of the exam, you will have to forfeit the entire exam fee.

In order to schedule your PMP with Pearson VUE via telephone, you need to follow these steps:

Step 1: Once you call the representative at the Pearson VUE’s Contact Center, you need to tell them the name of your Testing program. For PMP, the name of your Testing program is PMI.

Step 2: In the next step, you need to tell the name of your examination and your PMI ID.

Step 3: Finally, you need to verify your name, address, email address, and phone number.

You should already have been granted a Test Accommodation in order to schedule your PMP® exam with it. Follow these steps to schedule your Test Accommodation for your PMP exam with Pearson VUE:

Step 1: Contact the Pearson VUE Contact Center.

Step 2: Next, you need to provide your details that include Testing program, name of the examination, and your PMI ID to the representative who picks your call.

Step 3:  Finally, you need to get your name, email address, phone number, and address verified.

Once you pay the PMP Certification fee or complete the PMP application audit, you will receive an approval email/audit verification confirmation email from PMI. This email consists of your PMI Eligibility ID which is compulsory for you to schedule your PMP exam at the Pearson VUE website.

Note: You can also recover your PMI Eligibility ID on the myPMI section of the PMI website in case you lose the email.

In case, there’s any change in your plan for taking up your PMP Exam, you can reschedule or cancel the same with Pearson VUE. Follow these steps to reschedule or cancel your exam:

Step 1: Begin by visiting www.PMI.org and then click on Reschedule Exam or Cancel Exam which you’ll be able to find under the Review Application section.

Step 2: The above step will redirect you to your Pearson VUE account. Scroll to the  Upcoming Appointment section and click on the exam that you want to reschedule or cancel.

Step 3: Once you review the current appointment details for your exam, you will get an option to reschedule or cancel your exam.

Note: You will have to forfeit your entire exam fee if you decide to cancel your exam within 48 hours of the PMP exam.

There are certain materials which are prohibited in the Pearson VUE Testing location. These are watches, wallets, food, beverages, books, calculators, books, bags, sweaters, coats, pagers, cellular, telephones, tape recorders, dictionaries, eye drops, medications, etc.

If you wish to take your PMP exam in the comfort of your home or office environment then you should go for the Online Proctor exam offered by Pearson VUE. But before purchasing the exam voucher make sure that your computer equipment meets the system requirements mentioned by Pearson VUE.

There are certain requirements that you should fulfill to take up the PMP exam through the Online Proctor option. There are the standard system, environment, technical, and testing protocol requirements that you need to meet in order to be eligible to take the Online Proctor exam. Check for the following things before scheduling an appointment for your PMP Exam:

1. Run System Test 

  • Run the exam in your system and the location where you will be taking the exam once you download it.
  • You will require a microphone, a working internet connection, and a webcam.
  • In order to ensure that you have a secure browser, you need to take a one-question exam.

2. Review policies and procedures

You should read the policies and procedures for the Online Proctor exam and follow them strictly.

3. Verify System Requirements

Most importantly, you need to verify that your system meets the system requirements before you schedule an appointment.

S.No.

Country

Cities

Test Centre ID

Test Centre Name

Test Centre Region

Test Centre Address

Test Centre Phone

1.

India

Gurgaon

81607

Pearson Professional Centers-Gurugram HAR

VUE Pacific

Second floor, Unit No. 214, Times Tower M G Road, Gurgaon Haryana

+91 124 4058536

2.

India

Gurgaon

57352

NIIT Ltd - Gurgaon

VUE Pacific

SCO 26, sector 14,Old Delhi Road

+91-0124- 4300465

3.

India

Chennai

80684

Opportunity Info Tech Pvt Ltd.

VUE Pacific

81/11 JR Complex , Ramasamy Street, West Tambaram 

04442074202

4.

India

Chennai

66920

RJP Infotek Pvt Ltd

VUE Pacific

# 10, 1st Main Road 3rd Floor, United India Colony Kodambakkam

24731102, 9940611309

5.

India

Mumbai

83167

Careerraiser.in (Additional Site)

VUE Pacific

FI/C3, 2nd Floor, Aditi Apartment, Near Shabri Hotel, Sector-9 Vashi

022-27884063

6.

India

Mumbai

78773

Connectwell Solutions

VUE Pacific

101, Panchali Shopping Center, Above Nagrik Store, Near Ashok Talkies Near SstnThane West, Thane

+91 22 62233047

7.

India

Noida

73913

Dronacharya Group of Institutions

VUE Pacific

Plot No- 27 Knowledge Park- 3 Gautam Buddha Nagar 

+91 1202322022

8.

India

Noida

80650

GVA INDIA INSTITUTE

VUE Pacific

E-185, Sector-63  

01204571792

9.

India

Pune

77763

Learn Well Technocraft

VUE Pacific

203, Supreme Center, ITI Road Besides Crossword, Near Parihar Chowk Aundh

+91 020 65736444

10.

India

Pune

76254

Proactive IT Service Pvt. Ltd.

VUE Pacific

Shrirang House, B 4th Floor, Opp.Jangli Maharaj Temple, J.M.Road, Shivaji Nagar, 

+91 20 30482222

11.

India

Hyderabad

82234

R IT SOLUTIONS

VUE Pacific

Flat no.201, House No 6-1-137/5 Balaram compound, Padma Rao Nagar, Secunderabad

+91-40 27505905

12.

India

Hyderabad

82333

Ratnis Technologies Pvt Ltd

VUE Pacific

#201, MCR COMPLEX, PLOT NO 891, AYYAPPA SOCIETY ROAD, MADHAPUR

040-42034364

13.

India

Kolkata

82302

Sha Infotech

VUE Pacific

College more opp-R S Software Room No. 1502, CN 8/2 sector V Saltlake 

033-46038061

14.

India

Kolkata

79552

VERSICLE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

VUE Pacific

96L, S.P. Mukherjee Road 2nd floor Hazra more 

7003176352

15.

India

Delhi

77995

VG Learning Destination India Pvt. Ltd.

VUE Pacific

4E/10 Jhandewalan Extension Opp. Cycle Market Behind Post Office Near Videocon Tower

+91 11 48123333

16.

India

Delhi

71479

EduPro

VUE Pacific

Office Space Number 332, 3rd Floor, Vardhman Plus City Mall, Sector-23, DWARKA

01140110610

17.

India

Bangalore

80751

M.S. ENGINEERING COLLEGE

VUE Pacific

Navarathna Agrahara, Sadahalli Post, Off. International Airport Road 

+91-080-41215454

18.

India

Bangalore

50497

Pearson Professional Centers-Bangalore

VUE Pacific

# 45, 3rd Floor, Trade Center Dickenson Road Next to Manipal Centre

+91-80-41134165

19.

USA

New York

47072

Pearson Professional Centers-Albany NY

VUE Americas

1365 Washington Avenue Suite 107 

518-454-9350

20.

USA

New York

47074

Pearson Professional Centers-Brooklyn (DUMBO) NY

VUE Americas

45 Main Street Suite 706 (Down under Manhattan Bridge Overpass)

718-858-8143

21.

USA

Chicago

53460

Pearson Professional Centers-Chicago (Wacker Drive)

VUE Americas

111 E. Wacker Drive Suite 515 

312-228-4186

22.

USA

Chicago

54559

Pearson Professional Centers-Chicago Financial Dis

VUE Americas

200 West Adams Street Suite 1105

312-551-1143

23.

USA

San Francisco

46981

Pearson Professional Centers-San Francisco

VUE Americas

201 Filbert Street Suite 200 

415-362-6316

24.

USA

San Francisco

73247

ATX Learning

VUE Americas

Avenida Ignacio Morones Prieto 2805 Col. Lomas de San Francisco Torre GIA piso 5 Oficina 6 y 7

52-818-143-0300

25.

USA

Atlanta

66084

Dover Training Institute

VUE Americas

3800 Camp Creek Parkway Building 1400 Suite 102

770-434-3040

26.

USA

Atlanta

81552

PWC Training- College Park

VUE Americas

1571 Phoenix Blvd Suite 2 

770-629-4486

27.

USA

Washington

53090

Renton Technical College

VUE Americas

3000 NE 4th St Building J Room 218 

425-235-2352

28.

USA

Washington

81639

Saint Anselms Abbey School

VUE Americas

4501 South Dakota Ave NE  

202-269-2384

29.

USA

Houston

83000

Southwest Testing Center

VUE Americas

8303 Southwest Frwy Suite 730 

832-541-6727

30.

USA

Houston

75729

Tactix of Houston

VUE Americas

8799 N Loop E Service Rd. Suite 270

832-404-2184

31.

USA

Austin

78685

Pearson Professional Centers-Austin (North) TX

VUE Americas

12345 North Lamar Boulevard Suite 270 

512-832-4771

32.

USA

Austin

50509

Pearson Professional Centers-Austin TX

VUE Americas

505 East Huntland Drive 3rd Floor, Suite 330 Centennial Towers

512-206-0554

33.

USA

Los Angeles

73980

Global Educational Placement Services

VUE Americas

10850 Wilshire Blvd #570 

424-901-8500

34.

USA

Los Angeles

73333

Learnet Academy

VUE Americas

3251 W 6th Street Suite 200 

213-387-4242

35.

USA

Dallas

64023

OGT

VUE Americas

8035 East R.L Thornton Suite 316 

214-660-0122

36.

USA

Dallas

69892

Remington College - Dallas Campus

VUE Americas

1800 Eastgate Drive 

972-686-7878

37.

USA

Boston

53457

Pearson Professional Centers-Boston (Back Bay)

VUE Americas

31 St. James Avenue Suite 725 Park Square

617-210-7915

38.

USA

Boston

47026

Pearson Professional Centers-Boston MA

VUE Americas

295 Devonshire Street 2nd Floor 

617-423-9297

39.

USA

Minneapolis

47042

Pearson Professional Centers-Eagan (MinneapolisSE)

VUE Americas

3459 Washington Drive Suite 107 Washington Dr Executive Center

651-994-0650

40.

USA

Seattle

53458

Pearson Professional Centers-Seattle (Northgate)

VUE Americas

10700 Meridian Avenue North Suite 407 

206-417-9986

41.

USA

Seattle

78680

Pearson Professional Centers-Seattle WA

VUE Americas

100 West Harrison Street Suite 120 West Harrison Plaza South Tower

206-285-1037

42.

USA

San  Jose

73559

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Project Manager

A project manager carries out several duties and they are:

  1. Initiates a project plan and carries it out, works out its designs, executes, monitors, controls and closes it.
  2. Leads and directs the project from the beginning to the end.
  3. Works out strategies before other team members play one role or the other.

This is why many people adduce the success or failure of any project to the project manager. Several industries like construction, architecture, petrochemical, information technology and other firms involved in the production of products and professional services employ this job title.

You do not need a degree to become a project manager. A Diploma in Building and Construction (Management) with extensive experience in the construction industry, for instance, qualifies you to become a project manager without a degree in the construction space.

However, it becomes necessary to own a degree if you are planning to manage and direct complex projects and lead teams. You can then earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree or a professional certificate.

Project manager certification is the certificate that empowers a project manager to function successfully in that capacity. The globally recognized certification that is the gold standard for professionals in this space is known as the PMP certification.

To become certified as a PMP professional, follow the five steps below:

  1. ensure your eligibility to become a certified project manager
  2. read the PMP credentials book
  3. become a local member of the professional body
  4. get registered for the PMP examination
  5. study the PMBOK® Guide.
  6. Pass the certification exam.

Following the steps listed above, will help you become a certified project manager.

To become a certified project manager, follow the steps below:

  1. You need a bachelor’s degree, 4500 hours of project management experience, and 35 hours of  training or a secondary degree, 7500 hours of experience, and 35 hours of training
  2. Become a member of PMI
  3. Pay the PMP examination fees
  4. Schedule the PMP exam and study
  5. Take the PMP exam and pass

Yes, depending on the location, work experience, and financial capacity of the company among other parameters. Project managers are paid $134k in Australia, $133k in Switzerland, and $108k in the United States. In China, they’re paid $24k while in India they’re paid $27k.

These vary based on prevailing factors from one location to another and the company in question. For instance, while the average pay is $108k in the US, some states pay different salaries for different categories of project managers.

Experienced and established professionals are paid $96k while those with little or no experience (often known as entry levels) earn $89k.

There is no fixed time required to become a certified project manager. It solely depends on your abilities. Keep in mind that there are time-based procedures you must undertake, such as:

  1. A secondary degree and 7,500 hours of leading and directing projects
  2. 35 hours of project management education

OR

  1. Four-year degree and 4,500 hours of leading and directing projects
  2. 35 hours of project management education.

AND

  1. 3-4 months to prepare for the exam.

The average annual income of a PMP certified project manager is $90,033. The lowest salary in this category is $59k while the highest-paid earns $134k in the US. There may also be extra payments and cash rewards aside from the salary, such as a bonus, profit sharing, and compensations.

In 2017, a certified PMP Project manager earned nothing less than $83k as an average salary annually. There is a remarkable difference between PMP certified project managers’ salary and that of non-certified project managers. A certified PMP earns at least 20% more than those who are not certified.

A project manager makes $63 per hour on average in the United States. However, it ranges between $56 to $71, and depends on your level of experience, certifications, skills, education, and location. For instance, as a certified project manager, you can earn 23% more than those who are not certified.

The salary of entry-level project managers is $75,596 in the United States. Experienced project managers earn $96.425.An entry level project manager’s job is great for people who are just starting out. It will help them gain the necessary skills and expertise they need in the field and build their career.

The average salary for a senior project manager is $113,735 per year in the United States. Nationally it varies from $52,000 to $173,000.

IT project managers take care of the information technology plan from the initiation, design, and implementation right through to the closure.

  • They ensure that processes are on track from the start of an IT project to the end.
  • They make sure IT projects are completed according to plan, budget, and deadline.
  • They consult with clients and vendors to make sure everyone is on the same page.
  • They plan schedules and assign tasks to team members and ensure they work towards completing the project successfully.

A contracts manager performs the following roles in any company:

  1. Plans projects
  2. Promotes HS&E(Health, Safety, and Environment) concerns
  3. Ensures quality service
  4. Maintains good customer relationships.
  5. Is in charge of result-oriented program planning that the team members can follow with no hitch so that they work in accordance with the rules of the company.
  6. Procures all the materials needed for the successful execution of the project.
  7. Leads by example by promoting health, safety and the environment.
  8. Ensures site workers comply with the HS&E of the company regulations by providing training to other team members where and when necessary.

It will take between 4 to 6 years to become a construction manager. You need to have either a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree, or an associate degree. The degree can be in construction management, construction science, architecture or engineering. Employers are looking to hire a construction manager who is well educated. You will need a considerable amount of work-related skill, knowledge or experience, on-the-job training or vocational training.

A junior project manager offers assistance in managing projects by giving out pieces of advice related to project management to organizations/companies in need of professional service. From the term junior, it is evident that they work directly under the supervision of a higher manager known as the senior project manager, as an assistant.

Junior project manager is a designation offered in software development firms, engineering industries, and other organizations in need of project managerial services. A junior project manager performs different duties such as:

  1. assisting the senior project manager
  2. creating project plans
  3. monitoring the progress of given projects and
  4. reporting project results.

An assistant project manager is charged with the responsibility of assisting project managers in the course of executing project-related activities such as:

  1. Generating invoices for clients as directed by the project manager and according to the services carried out.
  2. Ensuring smooth communication with clients regarding intended projects and their objectives.
  3. Answering clients queries regarding the project
  4. Giving the project manager necessary feedback.
  5. Working hand in hand with all project managers to ensure the achievement of project goals.

Junior project managers make up to $70,000 a year in the United States. This is based on their average salary. A new junior project manager can make a starting salary of around $52,500 and this increases as he gains more experience.

How much a junior project manager will make varies from company to company, industry to industry, and also from one country to another. Junior project managers in the UK earn £29,114 a year on average. Construction companies pay $66, 136 on average while IT companies pay an average of $62,000.

Freelance project managers make between $21,500 and $148,000 resulting in an average of $78,517 annually in the US. There is a growing awareness of freelance opportunities as there are about 12% of freelance project managers and 88% permanent project managers in the United States. Many people are embracing freelance opportunities to carve out time for other businesses. They take on freelance project managing jobs to enjoy benefits coming from different companies. The choice boils down to personal financial goals.

A construction project manager’s job description is:

  1. To supervise building projects from inception to completion.
  2. To employ laborers and negotiate contracts
  3. To obtain all needed documents and other required permits before commencing a building project on any site.
  4. To ensure all projects are completed within a given time frame and according to agreed budgets.

Aside from having a bachelor’s degree and other related certification, a construction project manager is expected to have adequate work experience.

A contract project manager makes an average of $90,337 per year in the United States. Contract project managers are high in demand because companies need professionals who can come in for a period to manage one-off projects and then leave. As a contract manager, you can choose which projects to work on and you earn more money. Different contracts will also help you build up your experience in your career.

A residential project manager makes $101,022 as an average annual salary in the US. This depends on some factors such as location, skills, certifications, experience, and the financial prowess of the company they work for. The lowest average pay is $88k while the highest is $101k.

The job description of the residential project manager remains the same irrespective of the salary being paid. Some duties include: hiring/managing employees, projects scheduling, monitoring the progress of each construction, securing permission and budgeting finances for each site.

In the US, HVAC project managers make $86,232 per year based on average calculations. The lowest-paid earns $44,500 while the highest-paid earns $121,500 across the states. The difference between the least and highest-paid HVAC project manager depends on the location, the company in question, years of experience, and other factors.

However, there is a difference between an HVAC technician and an HVAC project manager. While an HVAC technician is involved with the installation and repairs of an HVAC system, an HVAC project manager relates with clients as the project is ongoing.

A project manager in the UK earns £61,188 on average over a year as of September 2018. However, salaries vary based on location. For example, in Edinburgh it is £93,791, in City of London it is £72,500, in Bristol it is £62,500, in Birmingham, it is £57,500, in Leeds it is £52,500 and in Manchester, it is £47,500. Besides, salaries also vary based on other factors such as certifications, level of experience, skills, and education. Certified project managers in the UK will earn 20% more than those who are not certified.

A project manager in Sydney, Australia earns $119,470 per year. This figure was deduced from the 4,884 salaries submitted to Indeed by Project Managers in Sydney, Australia, and data collected from past and present job adverts on indeed in the past 3 years.
A project manager earns an average of AED AED 315,514 ($85,895.06) per year as on October 2018. Besides the salary, they also earn a bonus which can be as high as AED 30,711 ($8,360.72) and compensation is AED 26,135 ($7,114.95). This is the highest in the region. This is based on the project manager’s level of experience, industry, education, certification, and skills. It also depends on the recruiting profile and the stability of the hiring company.

The starting salary for a construction manager is $58,652 per year. However, there is additional compensation such as the bonus which is $3,122, the profit-sharing - $2,528, and the commission is $9,000.

However, the amount of salary a construction manager at the entry-level earns depends on the skill, education, experience, certification, and location. A certified construction manager earns at least 20% more than those who are not certified. Also, a construction manager in Australia earns more than those in the United States.

A construction project manager makes $49 per hour as of September 2018. But typically it ranges between $42 and $55 in the United States. The hourly rate varies based on the project manager’s certifications, level of experience, skills, location, and education. The more experience, skills, and education you have, the more you earn.

The average salary of a construction manager in Australia per year is $160,593. Apart from the salary, a construction manager also earns a bonus, profit sharing, and commission on projects. Construction managers in Australia earn one of the top salaries compared to their counterparts in USA and UK who make $74,678 and $66,952 respectively. A construction manager leads and directs the construction of building, road and structures.

The average salary of a construction project manager in Canada per year is between $69,000 - $112,000. The salary varies based on the company, certifications, size of the project and years of experience. However, construction managers in the U.S earn much more than that. In the U.S the salary of a construction project manager is $91.370 as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The average national salary of a construction project manager is $117,786 in the U.S. The highest paid in the profession earn $138,330 while the lowest paid earns $53,740. However, compensation differs regarding whether the project is a large or small one. Construction project managers oversee and manage contractors, critically review project blueprints and solve construction problems.

PMI

The Project Management Institute(PMI) is a certification body and a non-profit membership association. PMI offers different certifications ranging from PMP, CAPM®, and several other top-level certifications that focus on project management, portfolio management, agile practices, risk management, business analysis, and scheduling. The PMP® is the most in-demand certification in its field.

Project Management Institute certifications demonstrate your skills and education relevant for your career. They set you apart from the crowd. These certification exams are rigorous and intensive and ensure that those who achieve them are the best talents in the industry.

There are different certifications from PMI such as:

  1. Project Management Professional (PMP)
  2. Program Management Professional (PgMP)®
  3. Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)®
  4. Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®
  5. PMI Professional in Business Analysis (PMI-PBA)®
  6. PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®
  7. PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)®
  8. PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)®.

The PMI offers different certifications such as PMP certification, CAPM certification, PgMP Certification, PMI scheduling professional (PMI-SP) Certification, and PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification, among others.

Each of the certifications has different requirements. PMP is the most popular of them all and to be eligible, you need a 4-year degree and 4500 hours of leading and directing projects or a secondary degree with 7500 hours of leading and directing projects. Besides, you also need 35 contact hours of project management education, after which you must pass the certification exam.

PMI’s headquarters is located near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. PMI’s chapters are spread across 80 countries of the world. PMI members have access to the chapters in their countries. You can locate your chapter by visiting projectmanagement.com.


PMI Membership

You can sign up to become a PMI member on pmi.org. It costs $129 per year. The application fee is a one-time $10. There are different levels of membership, such as Individual membership, student membership, and Retiree membership.

As a member of PMI, you enjoy the following benefits:

  1. Access to 1,000+ tools and templates
  2. Save cost on certifications
  3. Download the PMBOK® Guide for free
  4. Find jobs with the PM Job board
  5. Become a part of the PM Community

The cost of joining the PMI is $130 ($129 membership fee and $10 the application fee). The membership is subject to an annual renewal fee of $119 which must be paid within 90 days of your current membership expiration date.

If you are joining the PMI as a student, you will pay $2 and then you have to pay the annual renewal fee of $32. If you have been a member of the PMI for at least 5 straight years and have retired, you can still keep your membership by paying a renewal fee of $65 annually.

The PMI membership renewal fee is $119; $10 (application fee) less than the new registration fee, which is $129. Fees differ from one category of people to the other. Students and retirees are given special considerations because of their dependent nature while others pay the normal fee at registration. If you’re a student studying for project management in any college or university, you are eligible to register and become a PMI member with as little as $32 including the registration fee. Retirees pay $65 annually.

PMBOK® Guide

The PMBOK® Guide stands for Project Management Body of Knowledge. It is a guide that contains the processes, best practices, terminologies and acceptable guidelines in the field.

The PMBOK® Guide is normally updated within 4-5 years to reflect new ideas, ideologies, trends and best practices. It helps project managers to create a workable standard across companies. The first edition was published in 1996. It is now on the sixth edition which was released in September 2017.

The PMBOK® Guide is the examination textbook published by the Project Management Institute for the PMP exam. The latest edition of the PMBOK® Guide is the sixth edition, and it was released in September 2017. The PMI releases an updated version of the PMBOK® Guide every 4 to 5 years. This also implies that the PMP exam has also been updated.

The PMBOK® Guide 6th edition contains 49 processes, best practices, terminologies, and standard guidelines in the industry. The guide is developed by professional practitioners and experts. It is updated every 4 to 5 years to make sure it reflects the current standards, ideologies, terminologies, and trends in the industry.

The PMBOK® Guide 6th edition contains 978 pages, and it was released in September 2017. This includes the Agile Practice Guide which is 186 pages, 3 new processes, knowledge areas, etc. The previous edition was the 5th edition, and it has 616 pages. The PMI updates the PMBOK® Guide every four to five years because the industry is dynamic. There are new theories, ideas, ideologies and philosophies that are continually evolving in the industry, hence the update.

The number of pages in the PMBOK® Guide 5th edition is 616. The PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition is 10.8wide, 8.3tall, and 1.2thick. The PMI published it on January 1, 2013. The latest edition PMBOK® Guide 6th edition was published in September 2017. The guide is available in different language translations such as Korean, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Arabic, and Russian.

Disclaimer: All figures and statistics in this document were updated in September 2021. Current figures may have changed.

PMP Course Reviews

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Binu Kumar Snr. Delivery manager
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It was a good course to understand and apply our skills. I was instructed in how to invest ourselves into becoming an effective and empathetic project management professional. 

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Ramya Shivaram Senior Manager - Operations rations
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This course was very informative, a must for all managers. It helped me understand the inner workings of a well managed organization. The course was comprehensive and easy to understand. The instructor was very clear on the information he was sharing and was very motivating. Thank you for this great course!

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I attended the PMP course sessions. The trainer along with the training plan was exceptional. I was able to grasp the concept and when compared to other institutes, the pricing was also decent.

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Comprehensive course and helpful tips for the exams. Would recommend the course to other participants

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I enjoyed the training by Sunil. He has nice experience and trained us with very care. Sunil is very helpful on all queries.

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Good platform to begin PMP journey. The trainer is knowledgeable. However, we need to study alot more on our own in order to pass. So the training is mainly a foundation.

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