Project Management

Project Management Central

Please login or join to subscribe to this thread

Topics: Using PMI Standards
PMP Exam Prep
Hi, preparing to write my PMP. Any recommendation for online prep exams? Much appreciated.
Sort By:
Page: 1 2 3 next>
I have used PMSimulator. It is good.

There are several free tests also available. Please let me know if you need more information.

And Best of Luck!
1 reply by Kevin Simmons
Mar 27, 2018 10:51 PM
Kevin Simmons
Hello I did not get a exam simulator can you send me anything to help me pass this exam
Hello Janice,

Try these links, if you are looking for free online practice questions -

Good luck !!
Dec 06, 2019 8:28 PM
Thanks for sharing.

I am also preparing for PMP exam by June 2020. I appreciate that anyone could share a review plan for my referance . I started to gather review materials downloaded on my tablet, basically i bought few Apps.

Thanks in advanced.

Hi Janice,

I personally used Rita Mulcahy simulation exam and it helped me big time:

Good Luck.

Hi Janice,
My recommendations...
Read entire PMBOK at least once
Do at least 10 MOCK test. I used

Good Luck
Hello Janice,

you already have got some great advice here and a lot of tips.
I just want to add a few more.

First of all i would recommend you to refer to this guide for some ground base information:

? The Complete Guide To “How To Get PMP Certification” ?:

As you may know one of the needed requirements are the 35 so called "contact hours" which often causes some confusion by a lot of the new aspirants. Please refer to this guide for helpful information regarding this topic:

? The Complete Guide to PMP 35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education?

If you want to create your own study plan (and you should!) than this guide should provide some help:

? Creating Your PMP Study Plan - The Complete Guide ?

As an alternative we do offer a pre-defined and well structured study plan as a weekly guided prep program which you may want to join.
For further information about this please refer to this article/website:

Let me be your PMP guide program – totally FREE!:

Well, this should be enough for the kickoff i guess. ;)

Please do not hesitate to ask any further question that may occur and may be you want to refer to my blog here at where i do more or less regularly write about the PMP exam, Exam prep and also nice discount offers and so on.

Until soon,

Great options shared by my colleagues. Also remember the power of good old fashioned study notes, and flashcards.

For me, short, powerful sessions proved helpful. Working full time, with a family, had to get the most benefit out of the times available.

Best of luck Janice
Great offer this month for all actual aspirants:

additional 10% Discount on "The PM PrepCast Elite" (PM PrepCast + PM Exam Simulator 2.0 Bundle)

Get the most popular PM PrepCast PLUS the probably best PMP exam simulators at the market, the PM Exam Simulator 2.0 at an additional 10% discount this march!

Only until the end of March 2017 you can receive another 10% off ON TOP of the already 50$ reduced bundle price (compared to single buying)!

• Regular Bundle price is $265.00 (already saved 50$ in comparison to single buyings!)
• Price after coupon is $238.50 - you do save an additional 10%!

Simply use the discount code Mar17 when you check out! Valid only until March 31, 2017!
PM FASTrack from RMC learning solutions can assist in finding your gaps before the actual exam. Good Luck!
Congratulations on taking this big step.

I agree with all these colleagues and, as you can see, there is no shortage of methods or material when it comes to on-line help.
As with Rami, I also used Rita Mulcahy's simulation exam as well as her PMP Exam Prep guide. Her approach takes a practical look at the PMBOK framework and makes it easier to understand.
Also, if you are on Linked-In, take a look at the group, "I Want To Be A PMP". You will gain a lot of guidance and resource info as well as general support from this group.

Best of Luck.
Page: 1 2 3 next>  

Please login or join to reply

Content ID:

"If they have moving sidewalks in the future, when you get on them, I think you should have to assume sort of a walking shape so as not to frighten the dogs."

- Jack Handey