Tips and Tricks to pass PMP Exam

Attend Practice Tests - as much as possible.

Read the question and each possible answer in its entirety prior to selecting an answer. Select the best answer to each question based on the response that seems to adhere to the PMBOK and PMI.

No matter what, you have to answer all questions based on PMI and PMBOK point of view

Do not Spend Time on Lengthy and Formula Questions

More than one answer might seem plausible and correct. Select the best answer from those provided rather than aiming for the "correct" answer. In some cases multiple choices among the available answers might seem equally valid, so it is important to rule out obviously incorrect choices to narrow your options.

Don't just mark a question, choose an option as well

If more than one answer seems logical, look for an answer that includes both responses. Some of your choices include "Both X and Y," "Neither X nor Y," "All of the above," or "None of the above." The inclusion of a choice that includes multiple answers does not mean it is the correct answer. Some of the choices can be tricky in this regard.

Likewise, many of the available choices include terminology, concepts, and processes endorsed by the PMBOK and PMI

During the actual computerized exam, you can mark questions for later review and/or make multiple passes through the exam.

Try to get a group together to study with, it makes it easier.

practice using CertBeat full version mock test success kit. Read each question carefully.

PMP Exams Structure

Percentage of Questions for PMP Exam

  • Initiation 13%
  • Planning 24%
  • Executing 30%
  • Monitoring and Controlling 25%
  • Closing 8%

    Total 100%

    Exam constitutes of 200 multiple choice questions. Each question will have 4 multiple choice answers to choose. Out of those 200 questions 25 questions would not effect your scoring. No negative marking, so don't leave any question without answer.Aspirant should get 106 right answers.