PMP PMBOK 6 Practice Exams – 400 Questions

PMP PMBOK 6 Practice Exams – 400 Questions

Practice PMP certification test with these sample questions

  • Project Management Fundamentals
  • Understanding of Project Management Domains

This course contains PMP mock questions to get you ready for the PMP Certification Exam. There are 4 practice sets each having 100 sample questions. All 400 questions are thoughtfully broken down to five domains in order to boost learning efficiency for all PMP aspirants.

In this course you will have 4 exams of total 400 questions:

  • PMP Exam One: 100 questions across all exam domains (two hours)

  • PMP Exam Two: 100 questions across all exam domains (two hours)

  • PMP Exam Three: 100 questions across all exam domains (two hours)

  • PMP Exam Four: 100 questions across all exam domains (two hours)

What you’ll learn

  • Pass the PMP Exam in the 1st attempt.

  • Project management fundamentals

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • Project management basics

  • No prerequisites to enroll in this course

Who this course is for:

  • All PMP Aspirants who want to pass their PMP Exam on the first try.

  • People who are interested in entering the field of Project Management.

  • Project Managers looking to make their next career move.

  • Business Development Managers.

It is critical to answer as many questions as possible to pass the PMP Exam. We have developed a unique set of questions to help you get ready for the test. The questions are based on the most current PMBOK® Guide Exam 6th Edition, that has been in effect since March 2018. In addition questions are revised and updated for the 2020 PMP Exam.

Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an industry recognized credential for project managers. PMP demonstrates the experience, education, skill and competency required to lead and direct projects. PMP is the most sought after certification administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI), a US non-profit professional organization.


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Exam syllabus:

The PMP exam is based on the PMP Examination Specification, which describes tasks out of five performance domains:

  1. Initiating the project (13%)

  2. Planning the project (24%)

  3. Executing the project (31%)

  4. Monitoring and controlling the project (25%)

  5. Closing the project (7%)

The exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions written against the PMBOK specification and the PMP Code of Ethics. The exam is closed book; no reference materials are allowed. Twenty-five of the 200 questions on the exam are Unscored (Pretest) Questions used to adjust difficulty and precision of the exam. These questions are placed randomly throughout the exam. The test taker is only graded on their proficiency on 175 questions. The numbers in parentheses describe the percentage of questions for each domain.

Item references:

Questions on the test have at least two references to standard books or other sources of project management. Most of the questions reference the PMI A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (aka the PMBOK Guide). The PMBOK Guide is currently (2018) in its sixth edition, and the PMP exam changed in March 2018 to align with the updated guide.

There are five major project management Process Groups:

  1. Initiating.

  2. Planning.

  3. Executing.

  4. Monitoring and Controlling.

  5. Closing.

There are a total of 49 processes mapped to 10 Project management Knowledge Areas.

Project Management Framework of PMI knowledge areas:

  1. Project Integration Management

  2. Project Scope Management

  3. Project Schedule Management

  4. Project Cost Management

  5. Project Quality Management

  6. Project Resource Management

  7. Project Communications Management

  8. Project Risk Management

  9. Project Procurement Management

  10. Project Stakeholder Management

The processes of these knowledge areas are described by their inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs. The PMBOK also emphasizes the interaction and interdependence between different process groups. For example, the outputs from one process may be used by one or more other processes as inputs.


Government, commercial and other organizations employ PMP certified project managers in an attempt to improve the success rate of projects in all areas of knowledge, by applying a standardized and evolving set of project management principles as contained in PMI’s PMBOK Guide.

Examination process:

The global network of Prometric testing centers provides the PMP exam as a computer-based test. They also offer a paper-based option for locations with no nearby Prometric testing centers. The exam consists of 200 questions (“items“). 25 are pre-release items, which are not included in exam scoring. Prometric calculates the score based on the other 175 items. Each multiple-choice item has one correct answer and three incorrect answers.

Candidates who take the computer-based test receive their results (passed or not passed) immediately upon completion. PMI also evaluates proficiency levels in each project management process group in 4 levels. Above Target, Target, Below Target, and Needs Improvement. Examiners provide these results to the candidate on a score report after the examination. Candidates who take paper-based tests receive their test results and score reports typically within 4 weeks.

Research shows that the most difficult Knowledge areas of the PMP® exam are Quality Management, Integration Management, and Time Management.

Item writing:

Item writing is an ongoing process at PMI, and they periodically add new four-choice questions (items) and remove others. Item writers use the PMP Examination Specification to identify item contents and references (project management texts or standards) to verify correctness. Individuals who are active in the field of PMP exam preparation (trainers, courseware developers, book authors, etc..) may not participate in item writing.

Prerequisites to become eligible:

Must have enough project management experience as stipulated by PMI.

For secondary degree holders (e.g. high school diploma, associate’s degree): need to have at least 5 years of project management experience and a minimum of 7,500 hours leading and directing projects

For four-year degree holders (e.g. bachelor’s degree): need to have at least 3 years of project management experience and a minimum of 4,500 hours leading and directing projects

Have the required 35 Hours of Project Management Education

Any education on project management offered by a formal education provider taken at any time before the PMP® exam will satisfy this requirement, e.g. a course in your degree curriculum about project management with a length of more than 35 hours;

The course on project management is NOT required to be based on the PMBOK® Guide. BUT taking a course based on PMBOK® Guide will help you also in your PMP® preparation

Continuous credential requirements:

Continuous credential requirements are also called CCRs. To maintain the PMP qualification, 60 professional development units (PDUs) must be earned over a three-year cycle, from activities such as researching, authoring articles, speaking on project management-related topics, or being engaged full-time in project management. Credential holders may earn PDUs towards the maintenance of their credential through formal academic courses or courses offered by a provider (R.E.P. or Component). However, these are only two of the five categories of PDU earning opportunities in which a credential holder may participate.

Effective 1 December 2015, CCRs will be updated to align with the employer-identified skills depicted in the PMI Talent Triangle, a combination of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management expertise, to ensure credential holders are equipped with skills relevant in a continually changing business environment.

Who this course is for:
  • All PMP aspirants who want to pass the test on their first try
  • People interested in Project Management Fundamentals
  • People who are interested in entering the field of Project Management
  • Project Managers looking to make their next career move

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