PMP Certification – ProThoughts

PMI(r), Project Management Institute, recently announced that the PMP(r), Certification Exam will be changing starting 1 July 2020. What does this mean for future PMP(r) certification exam takers and aspirants? What is going to change? What isn’t going to change? What does this mean for those who have planned to take the exam prior to July 2020? These questions may be of help to some of you.
The Announcement
PMP(r), Certification Exam Change 2020
The Project Management Institute (PMI), announced in April 2019 that the PMP(r-)Exam would be changing on July 1, 2020. The nature of these changes will not be known until June 2019, when the PMI releases the new PMP Exam Content Outline. This outline shows the percentage of questions per domain, the tasks assigned to project managers by domain, and the knowledge, skills, and skills associated with project manager work.
All candidates who take the updated exam after 30 June 2020 will need to adjust their study plan to accommodate the changes in the exam content outline.
ProThoughts will be available to assist participants in preparing for the exam after the 1st of July 2020. We will also introduce new exam changes. However, it is a good idea to take the exam before the 1st of July 2020. We know the exam pattern as well as the trends.
What can you expect from the June 2020 update
ProThoughts is an exclusive distributor of Rita Mulcahy Books( they are considered experts in the material and content. Experts from ProThoughts, Rita Mulcahy Corporation feel that the Exam Content Outline could be modified to meet current exam sensibilities. The outline might say that Planning will be covered in 24% of the questions. This is only an example of what the outline will contain. We will not know the exact contents of the outline until June. Once we have all the details, we will update our website immediately and modify our workshops to match the new exam outline.
What is the Exam Content Outline
PMI conducts a role-delineation study on project managers every four years. This data is used to create the content outline and exam. PMI collects and analyzes data to describe the work and roles of project managers at work. The study informs PMI of the Exam Content Outline, which provides the foundations for the certification exam. It includes questions by domain, tasks for project managers by domain, as well as the knowledge and skills related to project managers’ work. This is to ensure that the PMP exam is consistent with the roles and responsibilities assigned to project managers in the workplace.
Important Dates for PMP Certification
These are the key dates to keep in mind. PMI announced that a new PMP Exam Content outline was released in June 2019. The PMP exam will be updated on the 1st of July 2020. We are a R.E.P (Registered Educational Provider) – Global Rep Id 4032 PMI. We strive to provide timely analysis of any updates.
Last Content Outline Update
PMI last conducted a role-delineation study that resulted a exam change in 2015. PMI estimated that 25% of exam content had changed due to the study.
What should I do during the next 8 months to Dec 2019?
If you meet the eligibility criteria, we recommend that you take the exam before the Dec 2019 exam changes. ProThoughts offers the PMP Success Certification program, which is highly regarded in project management circles. ProThoughts will also be providing refresher courses for participants who have previously taken the training and wish to appear before June 2020. This will help them prepare for the new exam and pass it in the current format.
PMP exam-qualified project managers are strongly encouraged to become certified before the exam changes. ProThoughts Exam Strategy (r) is recommended to help you complete your study and take the exam before the 1st of July 2020 exam changes.
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