Bet you never thought you’d make it this far! It’s been a long journey, but here you are, ready to review your knowledge and get ready for exam day. You’ve put a lot of new information about project management into your brain, and now it’s time to see just how much of it stuck. That’s why we put together this 200-question PMP practice exam for you. It looks just like the one you’re going to see when you take the real PMP exam. Now’s your time to flex your mental muscle. So take a deep breath, get ready, and let’s get started.
Take a minute to think about everything you’ve learned. There’s a lot of information, and it covers all the stuff you do over the course of your entire project and your professional life. So what’s the best way to focus all that information? By taking a minute to think about the exam objectives. If you know what the test is driving at, it will help you answer questions correctly. And knowing how the exam is broken down will help make sure that there won’t be any surprises on exam day.
There are six performance domains, and each of them is divided into tasks. Each of the tasks can span several processes.
Conduct Project Selection Methods
Document Project Risks, Assumptions, ...