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    (Taken from PMP Exam Prep: Questions, Answers, & Explanations, 2012 Edition by Christopher Scordo )

    The exam is offered in both a computer based testing (CBT) environment, as well as through proctored paper-based exams. A summary of the exam structure and passing requirements are as follows:

    There are 200 total multiple choice questions which make up the PMP exam

    25 randomly placed “pretest questions” are included, and do not count towards the pass/fail determination

    Individuals have 4 hours to complete the exam

    Individuals must score 61% or higher to pass the exam (106 of 175 questions)

    The nine PMBOKĀ® Knowledge Areas contain a total of 42 processes which are applied to five basic process groups. These five basic process groups, or “domains”, are common across all projects and listed below along with the percentage of questions one should expect on the PMP exam:

    Initiating (13%)

    Planning (24%)

    Executing (30%)

    Controlling and Monitoring (25%)

    Closing (8%)

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