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Generally it takes anywhere between 2 weeks to 1 year to complete PMP certification. It all depends on your level of expertise, the time you devote to study every day.

Normally a 30-90 days is enough for average people, based on statistics.
  • First 1-2 weeks to familiarize yourself with PMI, PMP exam, Study material, time frame, exam dates, Materials to buy & courses to take.
  • 2- 12 weeks to cover the PMBOK, practice tests, exam simulations, reference materials, and memorize everything.
  • 3-10 days for final review summary.

Getting started is the most difficult part.  Once you get the momentum going then you can cover very easily. One thing that will give you confidence is solving practice tests. If you score well in all mock exams you take, ( 70% and above) then you are well prepared for the exam.

The key is to make a start now. Start reading something & things will settle down in your brain.

How do I know when I am ready?
 After studying all the Knowledge Areas, take simulated tests from reliable sources.  If you score more than 70 -80% consistently,  then you are ready to take the PMP Certification Exam.

Memorize Process Groups, Knowledge Areas & 47 Processes
Memorize Process Groups, Knowledge Areas & 47 Processes

There are

  • 5 Process Groups,
  • 10 knowledge areas,
  • 47 processes.

Memorizing 5 Process GroupsIPEM&CC <Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, Closing>

Memorizing 10 Knowledge Areas: I Scoped Time Cost and Quality with HR to Communicate Risks on Procurement to Stakeholders. <Remember, I is for Integration.>


NewBie – What is PMP Am I Eligible
NewBie – What is PMP Am I Eligible

Are you considering PMP certification? Do you want to know about PMP and make a jump start?
Please read on the topics below to help you with the information you need. PMP is one of the most valuable certifications in PM community, your interest is justified as it will give you the edge you need in your PM career. The knowledge and information you gather as a part of preparing for certification will help you better perform you job role.

What is PMP? Am I Eligible?


Personal Study Plan
Personal Study Plan

What is a Personal Study Plan(PSP)?

A personal study plan is an organized schedule that PMP© enthusiast can create a outlines of study times and learning goals. Just like with work or school schedules, PMP© enthusiasts should develop a study schedule where they can block off days and times in their calendar dedicated to studying. Creating a study plan not only helps you become more organized, but it also holds you accountable for your own learning outcomes. If you are an online student, a study plan is even more important in your success in PMP Certification, since you need to have self-discipline and determination to complete your studies without the constant reminders of an instructor.