New PMP Exam 2021
Starting on January 2, 2021, the new PMP exam will focus on three domains instead of the five process groups. The three domains include people, process and business environment. In contrast, the process groups comprise of initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing.
Three PMP Exam Domains
First, for the people domain, expect to see questions that will emphasize the skills and activities that project managers must perform to effectively manage projects. Second, the process domain will reinforce the technical elements of managing projects. Third, the business environment will highlight the connection between projects and organization strategy.
Predictive and Adaptive
Questions will not just cover predictive (traditional) project management approaches. As a result, there will be adaptive (agile) and hybrid techniques as well. Expect to see roughly 50% predictive and 50% adaptive questions.
Wherever you are in your career, the globally recognized Project Management Professional (PMP) certification tells employers, peers, and the world you know what you’re doing in project management.—Project Management Institute
Latest 2020 and 2021 Changes
Brain Sensei’s PMP exam prep materials and practice questions have been updated to align with these new changes.
If you are planning to take the exam in 2020, the current exam prep module aligns with the five process groups. However, we noted the addition of the new 10-minute break between the first and second parts of the exam. Moreover, PMP candidates can also avail of the new online proctored testing instead of taking the exam at a test center.
In contrast, if you are planning to take the PMP exam in 2021, you can request the new exam prep module that adheres to the three exam domains.
Rest assured that regardless of when you plan to take your test, you’ll always get the latest version.
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