PMP® Exam Changes Effective From 11 January 2016

More Information Coming SoonThe Project Management Institute (PMI) has published that changes will be implemented to the PMP® Exam from the 11 January 2016.  PMI indicated that the certifications they offer are driven by current practices in the profession and that active practitioners author exam questions and validate PMI related research.  This ensures that the certifications they offer remains relevant, valuable and globally recognized.


The five domains of practice for the PMP® Exam remain the same, and eight new tasks were added.  In summary the following content were added to the domains:

 

  • Domain 1, Initiating the Project.  Domain 1 will represent 13% of the exam questions and 3 tasks (task 2, 7 and 8) were added.
  • Domain 2, Planning the Project.  Domain 2 will represent 24% of the exam questions and 1 task (task 13) was added.
  • Domain 3, Executing the Project.  Domain 3 will represent 31% of the exam questions and 2 tasks (task 6 and 7) were added.
  • Domain 4, Monitoring and Controlling the Project.  Domain 4 will represent 25% of the exam questions and 2 tasks (task 6 and 7) were added.
  • Domain 5, Closing the Project.  Domain 5 will represent 7% of the exam questions and no tasks were added.

 

For detail task descriptions refer to the source below.

Please Note:
The last day for the current PMP Exam test will be on the 11 January 2016
(Source for article information:  http://www.pmi.org/certification/exam-changes/pmp.aspx)