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Until the new ECO is released (sometime in June), it is anyone's guess but with a new ECO some of the existing questions in the PMP exam pool will be retired and a bunch of new ones will get added.
PMI modifies the exam in a regular basis. I suspect is not a big change for the composition itself and method, but more alignment to the PMBok version and Agile guide.
I wouldn't expect the changes to be significant enough to have too much of an impact, if any, on preparation.
Not sure that the impacts will be low - if they add a bunch of new tasks within the existing domains or take away some tasks, then a number of exam questions would have to be written for the new tasks and the ones linked to the old tasks would need to be deleted or modified.
It comes down to the magnitude of the changes to the ECO - if it is cosmetic, then this will be insignificant, but given the volume of notifications provided by PMI so far about the upcoming changes, my guess is that it might be meaningful...
Good additional insights. Would you then say a potential candidate is better to wait in their preparation? One would either move forward with what is the known exam or wait for these decisions to finalize. I'm not saying which is better, just asking.
So, either take it prior to December or wait till the middle of next year for there to be sufficient intel about the changes...
Thank you very much to all of you for the answers, in truth, I think it is worth to make an effort to achieve the PMP Certification as soon as possible.
Muchas gracias a todos por las respuestas, en verdad, creo que vale la pena extremar esfuerzos para lograr la Certificación PMP lo antes posible.
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