Am I guaranteed to pass the PMP® Exam?
Along with an excellent price, Red Rock Research offers an optional first-time passing guarantee for the PMP® Exam. If you purchase the guarantee, we guarantee you will pass the test on your first try. If you don't pass the test on the first try we will pay for your second attempt. If you don't pass the exam on your second attempt, we will pay for your third attempt. If you don't pass the PMP® Exam on your third try, PMI requires you to wait an entire year before your next attempt, and Red Rock will refund you the cost of the course minus the tests we have paid for already. Check our guarantee against others and be sure they give you all of your money back, like we do. We have noted that many other providers keep a 'processing fee' when issuing refunds.
What is your pass rate for the PMP® Exam?
Of those attendees who follow our plan, about 8 out of 9 pass the PMP® Exam on their first try. If you study you should pass your test on the first try.
What can you tell me about the PMP® Exam?
The PMP® Exam spans 4 hours and has 200 multiple-choice questions with four possible answer for each questions. This gives you about 1.6 minutes per questions.
How is the PMP® Exam different from the CAPM® Exam?
The PMP® and CAPM® exams are based on Blooms Taxonomy. The PMP® exam is based on the higher levels of the taxonomy (Creating, Evaluating, Analyzing) whereas the CAPM® is based on the lower levels of the taxonomy (Remember, Understand, Applying).
How many questions are on the PMP® Exam?
The PMP® Exam has 200 multiple-choice questions.
How much time do I have to complete the PMP® Exam?
PMI gives you three chances to pass the PMP® Exam per 12 month period. If you can't pass it in three attempts PMI requires you to wait one year to test again.
How many times can I take the PMP® Exam?
PMI allows you three attempts to pass the PMP® exam. If you can't pass it in three attempts PMI requires you to wait one year to test again.
Where in the DETROIT area can I take the PMP® Exam?
The PMP® Exam is taken at a PearsonVue testing center. You can locate a PearsonVue testing center in your area from their website: www.PearsonVue.com.
Can the PMP® Exam be taken online?
The PMP® Exam can now be taken online. Learn more about that here: https://www.pmi.org/certifications/process/online-proctored-testing
Should I become a member of PMI?
Membership in PMI has many benefits. Membership presently costs $129.00/year and generous discounts are available to students and retired professionals. The most immediate benefit for becoming a member of PMI is the cost of membership plus taking the PMP® exam is slightly less than the cost of the test alone for non-members. Red Rock recommends you become a member of PMI. Here is a list of membership benefits: https://www.pmi.org/membership/benefits
Where do I start my application for membership in PMI?
Where do I start my application for become a PMP®?
How much does the PMP® Exam cost?
The PMP® Exam presently costs $405 for members, and $555 for non-members.
How much does membership in PMI cost?
Membership in PMI costs $129/year. Generous discounts are available for students and retired professionals.
Should I start my PMP® application before coming to class?
Preferably, you should start your PMP® application and finish it before class begins. This is because PMI can take up to 5 business days to respond to your application. If you wait until class starts you will be pushing back the soonest you can take the test by at least 5 business days. This being said, people sometimes do show up on day 1 without starting their application.
How can I show people I have passed the PMP® Exam? Is there an official PMP® registry?
Which version of the PMBOK® Guide is the course based on?
The course is based on the latest version of the PMBOK®, version 6.0.
What score is needed to pass the PMP® Exam?
PMI requires a 62% to pass the test. Understand, though that this number should mean absolutely nothing to you because the test is difficult and structured with questions that are extremely tricky.
What is needed to maintain a PMP® certification?
To keep your PMP® credential current you must demonstrate 60 professional development units (PDU's) of PMI-approved training during the next 3 years. Most of Red Rock's course count towards PDU's.