UPDATE: The Project Management Institute (PMI)® has announced that the exam change is moving to July 1st 2020!
Here is the announcement:
In June, PMI® announced a significant change to the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam. Stakeholders has been sharing feedback and the consensus feel that they need more time to prepare. Following the feedbacks, PMI® has decided to delay the PMP® exam change.
The last day for candidates to take the current version of the PMP® exam is now 30 June, 2020. Starting 1 July, 2020, the PMP® exam will reflect the new exam content. If you have any questions about how this date change may affect you, please contact Customer Care.
When is the last day to take the current version of PMP exam?
- 30 June 2020 – The last day to take the CURRENT version of the PMP® exam.
- 1 July 2020 – This is the first day to take the new version of the PMP® exam.
We highly recommend that you take the exam before it changes in December 2019.
If you are planning on taking the PMP® exam before June 30th 2020:
- Continue your studies without changing anything.
- Use the CURRENT PMP® Exam Content Outline (published in 2015) as your guide to the exam.
- Study the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition.
- Sit the exam ASAP so that you have an additional time to take it again in case you cannot pass on your first try.
Before for sure!
On average, candidates take roughly up to 12 weeks to prepare the PMP® exam. To make sure you have sufficient time to do it, we highly recommend our candidates to finish the exam as early as possible and get certified!
Step 1 – Exploring the PMI® official website to fully understand the requirements and the process.
Step 2 – Developing your personalised study plan with our consultant’s guidance.
Step 3 – Attending our PMP® exam prep class to get your training completed.
Step 4 – Following your study plan.
Step 5 – Scheduling and passing your exam asap!
- You will be more self-confident and determined via an intensive classroom training.
- Your understanding will be strengthened by interactive classroom discussion
- Your trainer will help you solve the problems that you stuck easily when you prepare on your own
- You will grow your network