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I have started preparing for PMP. I think around 75 to 85% in a set of 200 questions atleast 2 to 3 mock tests would do good. But again it depends on how close the mock tests are to actual PMP exam, that means having the right mock is crucial as it helps to learn in right direction
anything above 70... might be even 75-80 if you want higher chances... but the most important thing is get that score 3-4 times in a row...
I used PMStudy. I bought the 4 full length exam package to use while studying. After scoring in the low 50s for the first one and after high 60s for the final (over a 2 month study period) I took the test and passed.
An appropriate mock exam score would be approximately 80%. If you are able to near that target mark, you will do well.
I will recommend to thoroughly prepare using PMBOK and Rita Mulcahy Book.
Then appear for Rita Mulcahy's Fast Track PMP question bank (CD program).
Understanding concepts is atmost important for PMP exam, as its going to test on practical applicability of concepts than theory.
100% in my case. I took many exams in my life ie. Microsoft, ITIL, Prince2, PMP, Six Sigma, COBIT, ACCA - but I always study till reaching 100%.
I just took and passed the PMP exam in early July. I found this book to be very useful during my studies: PMP Exam Prep: Questions, Answers, & Explanations: 1000+ Practice Questions with Detailed Solutions, Scordo, Christopher
I was able to score 80-90% on the tests and it helped me tremendously for the final exam.
Best of luck!
I did not have a mock exam. I'm not sure is even needed... but need to understand pretty well PM and then, practice few questions to prove yourself that you really understood.
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