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PMP® Credential Exam Candidates - You Have More Time!

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In case you haven't heard, the date for the PMP® credential exam update, originally scheduled to go live November 2015, has been changed! The PMP® credential exam update will now take place on 11 January 2016.

What does this mean for you as a credential examination candidate? That means that you now have additional time to take the current version of the PMP® examination before the update goes into effect! If you need additional information regarding the updates to the exam, please visit http://www.pmi.org/certification/exam-changes.aspx

We wish you the best as you prepare to obtain your PMP® credential!

 

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Posted by Marjorie Anderson on: September 02, 2015 03:20 PM | Permalink

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This time the changes are not that land-sliding. I am sure with a little tweaking anyone who has already been preparing for the exam can get through.

Yes, I agree with Mr. Suhail. Last time when the PMBOK v5 was to release I got overly panic and ended up in procrastination to almost an year. The addition of Stakeholder knowledge are was not such a deal thou.

Good news

Interesting, thanks for sharing

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