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Online PMP Exam Coaching for the 2011 Exam starts every Monday

Due to the popular demand and valuable feedback from you, PMChamp brings you an intense Online PMP Training workshop, which is aligned with and structured according to the newly updated 2011 PMP Exam Format (after 31-August-2011).

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PMP Exam Preparation – Things to Note

Thinking of gaining the PMP Certification to boost your career as a Project Manager? Here are some key information regarding the PMP Examination, which will assist you in your Preparation.

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PMP Exam Passing Score in 2010

The Project Management Professional Certification exam, or the PMP exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions, to be completed within 4 hours. There is no negative marking, so you should attempt each and every question, even if you have to guess. Of these 200 questions, only 175 are testable. This means that there are 25 [...]

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PMP Success Tip: Think Differently

Think differently for passing the PMP exam in your first attempt. Understanding the kind of PMP questions, and then answering them right with these tips.

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Importance of PMP Training and Certification

A lot of people have asked me about the importance of obtaining the PMP certification.  Some asked if it is really required, and if it proves any point – given that they achieve real experience in executing projects in the real life, and learn from them. Well, I must say that all my life I [...]

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Hot Info about PMP Exam Questions

Here is some important informational nuggets about the PMP examination… 1. The PMP exam comprises of 200 questions. You need to score atleast 61% to clear the exam. Doesn’t look too difficult, right? 2. There are about 25 questions that do not count towards your passing score. They are just there for review of PMI, [...]

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Difference between Standand & Regulation for PMP exam

Clarity on the definition of a “standard” and a “regulation” can help you get questions right on the PMP exam conducted by PMI. According to the PMBOK guide 3rd edition ( which is applicable if you are planning to sit for your PMP exam by June 30, 2009), the definition is given below: A standard [...]

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What is PMP and PMI?

PMI stands for the Project Management Institute. PMI is the world’s leading not-for-profit association for the project management profession. It became popular because it administers the PMP ( Project Management Professional) exam, and provides the PMP credentials to anyone who has the required minimum experience, and passes the exam. The Project Management Professional (or PMP) [...]

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Difference Between Quality & Grade for PMP Exam

Many people, specially new to the PMI terminology get confused between Quality and Grade. They think that they are synonymous. However, there is a clear difference between quality and grade, and this often appears in PMP Exams as a question. According to the PMBOK, 3rd Edition, Quality is “The degree to which a set of [...]

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10 Important Points for PMP Exam

To pass the PMP exam, you need to have some key points ingrained in your mind forever. These themes are echoed again and again in test questions. These are simple principles, and once you understand them, you will be better prepared for the exams. Here are 10 Very Important Points to remember for your PMP [...]

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