The PMP Practice Exam 2016 is here! It’s free and no logins are required. It’s a valuable resource for those planning to pass the exam on the first attempt.
PMP Practice Exam 2016
This 200-question, PMP® practice exam was developed in February, 2016 by a PMP® certified professional. It was built by referencing two resources: 1) June 2015 PMP® Examination Content Outline by Project Management Institute (PMI) and 2) PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide®) 5th Edition.
Two Tips for the Actual Exam
1. What to Study
If you’re planning to sit for the 2016 PMP exam, definitely include PMBOK Guide, 5th Edition as a study reference. You’ll find it’s invaluable. Those taking the exam should also understand the tasks set forth in the June 2015 PMP Examination Content Outline. In January 2016, PMI® updated the exam to reflect the changes set forth in the new Exam Content Outline.
It’s important to remember that the PMP® examination is built by referencing additional resources, too. PMI relates that candidates would be well-advised to read other current titles on project management.
2. What to Join
Do yourself a favor, become a member of the Project Management Institute before you take the exam. Not only will you receive a discount on the price of the exam, but you’ll also receive a free copy of the current PMBOK Guide. In addition, you’ll receive tons of other benefits. PMI does a excellent job of providing value to its members.
Instructions for this Practice Exam
Below you’ll find a 200 question, 2016 PMP practice exam. To start the exam, simply read the first question and select the one best answer. There may be more than one right answer; however, select the best answer. Here’s a few other useful tips:
- Find a quiet space and turn your phone off.
- If you are timing yourself, allow four hours to take this practice exam.
- If you intend to use a “brain dump,” for the real exam, start this practice exam by performing your brain dump. Relax, take your time and dump all of the information you have rehearsed.
- If you’re not sure of your answer, select the “Mark for Review” box found at the top right of each question. This will mark the question for later review.
- Remember to select one answer for every question. There are no points lost for answering incorrectly, so answer them all.
- If you need to pause the exam and come back at a later time, select the “save” button at the bottom. (This feature works only on desktop.)
- When you are done taking the exam, select the button to submit your answers. Your exam will be graded and your score will be displayed.
- Review the results. Incorrect answers will have a red “X” next to them while correct answers will have a green check mark. The answer you selected will appear in blue.
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