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PMP Exam-PMI New Format 2022 Mock Simulator (PMBOK7+PMBOK6)

PMP Certification Exam (PMI) 2022 Simulator | Questions from new PMBOK 7th Edition |Questions on AGILE/HYBRID/PREDICTIVE
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|| For PMP Exam in 2022, you need to study multiple topics from PMBOK 7th Ed. very thoroughly apart from PMBOK 6th Ed. and Agile Practice Guide. These important sections of PMBOK 7th Ed. are mentioned in my ‘PMBOK 6 and PMBOK 7 Mapping Document’ which you will get access to once you register for this course. Apart from this, this mock simulator also captures all the important aspects from PMBOK 6th Ed. and Agile Practice Guide for your PMP Certification Exam in 2022  ||
This set of 380 Q’s is designed as per the new format of the PMP exam (2022) by PMI which had become effective from 2nd Jan 2021 (50% Agile and 50% Predictive/Hybrid). This simulator includes questions from the newly published PMBOK 7th Edition by PMI as well. Situational and scenario-based questions will form the core of the PMP certification exam. About 70-80% of the total number of questions in the PMP exam will be situational questions, even in its new avatar. Hence, it is very important that you develop your skill of solving these type of questions in the context of the revised syllabus of the PMP Exam by PMI. This question bank (380-Q) is very carefully designed by me to help you achieve that expertise in solving situational and scenario-based questions as per the new syllabus of the PMP exam. 70-80% of the questions in this simulator are situational type…exactly the same as you would experience in your actual PMP exam. The rest 20-30% covers the other important areas of the new PMP exam such as Servant Leadership, Personality Indicators, Minimum Viable Product (MVP), Disciplined Agile, Measurement of Training Outcomes, Project Compliance etc.
Following are the top features of this question bank:
•PMP Warm-up/Diagnostic Test (2022): 60 mins, 50 Questions
•PMP New Format (2022) Full Length Practice Test – 230 mins, 180 Questions
•PMP New Format (2022) Bonus Practice Set – 180 mins, 150 Questions
•Questions from PMBOK 7th Edition covered
•Special access to PMBOK 6 and PMBOK 7 Mapping Document to help your preparation (check welcome email after registration)
•New pattern question types included: Drag & drop, multi-select, fill-in, hotspot
•Practice tricky situational/scenario-based questions of varying difficulty levels as per the PMP New Syllabus (2022)
•New syllabus topics covered: Servant Leadership, Personality Indicators, Minimum Viable Product (MVP), Disciplined Agile, Measurement of Training Outcomes, Project Compliance etc.
•People (42%), Process (50%), Business Environment (8%) – Questions as per new domain distribution
•50% Questions on Agile Methodology | 50 % Questions on Predictive/Hybrid Methodology – just like the new pattern of the exam
•Detailed explanations for ALL questions with linkages to new Examination Content Outline (ECO)
•Numerical problems on CPM, EVM, Decision Trees, TCPI, Communication Channels etc.
•70-80% of the questions are SITUATIONAL/SCENARIO based!
•Timed simulation to provide you the actual feel of the PMP exam in the new format
New Section (2022) – Warm-up/Diagnostic Quiz:
Use this self-assessment quiz to gauge where you stand before you dive right into solving PMP style questions. The intent of this quiz is to explore the most basic & most important topics of project management in light of the PMP exam so that you are aware of your gaps early in your preparation stage.
•Your Score: >85% – EXCELLENT: Revisit the explanations of the Q’s you have got wrong, solidify the learnings & proceed to Practice Test-2.
•Your Score: 60-85% – AVERAGE: You need to thoroughly analyze the Q’s and explanations you got wrong & solidify the learnings before Practice Test-2.
•Your Score: <60% – NEEDS IMPROVEMENT: It is prescribed that you analyze ALL the Q’s & explanations & in parallel complete a course on project management basics.
I reiterate the importance of taking this quiz and analyzing the answer and explanations thoroughly before you move on Practice Test-2 which consist of higher level of difficulty, actual PMP style questions.
The actual PMP Exam will feel much EASIER after you have written this mock. You may find this mock (Practice Test 2, 3 and 4) difficult than the actual exam…and that’s designed intentionally to prepare you in tough conditions so that the actual exam feels much EASIER! I don’t want you to practice on easy questions and be in a false sense of accomplishment! I prepare you the hard way to see you SUCCESSFUL in the end!
How to make the best use of this simulator – ANALYSIS is the KEY:
With the new PMP Exam Syllabus, you may need to study quite a few new topics such as Servant Leadership, Personality Indicators, Minimum Viable Product (MVP), Agile/Hybrid/Predictive, Measurement of Training Outcomes, Project Compliance etc. Use the books recommended by PMI to build your capability on these topics. Google the new terms as well for quick learning.
The passing score for this simulator is 80%. But you need to know that you should not get demotivated if you score less. DO NOT take the score of this simulator as a representation of your actual PMP exam. Instead, take it as an opportunity to understand your knowledge gap and work on your weak areas. I would suggest that after this 230 mins simulation, you should spend at least 10 hours analyzing each & every question. If you have got a question wrong, check the following things:
•In which domain I am making the most mistakes?
•Did I answer a question incorrectly because I did not know the concept or the application of the concept?
•Are there any repeat mistakes I am making?
•If a question took >5 mins to solve, was there a way to solve it faster?
•Am I making any careless mistakes?
•Is there a common trend of incorrect answers? Eg. Am I getting more situational-type questions wrong?
Make notes for your reference as you keep on analyzing the questions.
If you prepare like this, you will be ahead of your peer group for the new format of the PMP exam prep in no time!
All the best for your PMP exam in 2022 and I hope you find this simulation useful 🙂
Regards,
Nilotpal Ray, PMP, MBA
DISCLAIMER:
Source of questions in this simulator: Questions in this simulator are created entirely by myself taking into account my experience of preparing & writing the PMP exam and assessing the difficulty level of the same. Also, the scenarios are developed by me from my project management experience. I have used ONLY publicly available information regarding the new format of the PMP Exam (ECOs, Crossover Maps, PMI Articles etc.) to develop the questions as per the revised syllabus. Neither the questions nor the scenarios are abridged/recreated from any textbook or online forum. These questions are NOT created from memory and hence DO NOT represent the actual PMP exam questions in any way. Use these questions only as a guide to help you in your preparation and not as a collection of previous PMP exam questions. Only PMI reserves the right to publish any PMP exam questions from past exams.
PMI, PMP Certificate, PMI-PMP Badge, PMBOK, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CAPM, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, and PMI-PBA all are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
I am not a PMI R.E.P/ A.T.P.
PMI, PMP Certificate, PMI-PMP Badge, PMBOK, PMP, PgMP, PfMP, CAPM, PMI-SP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP, and PMI-PBA all are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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This course is for

• Aspirants for PMP Certification Exam by PMI
• PMI-PMP Exam Students
PMP, MBA, B.Tech
Nilotpal is a PMP certified project manager with over 10 years of work experience in project management domain. He is also a Content Creator on YouTube for PMP Certification exam coaching & mentorship. His channel (PMPwithRay) is clocking +28,000 subscribers and +1 Million views till date!
He has led projects across various industries such as Healthcare, Manufacturing/Consumer Goods/FMCG and Energy/Utilities. He specializes in Project Management, Process Automation, Manufacturing Excellence, Lean Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement, Vendor Development and Value Engineering. He has managed projects with spend pools from $0.2Mn to $2.7Mn across different BUs including Health Care, Fabric Care, Hair Care, Skin Care and Shave Care. Currently, he is working as a Senior Project Manager with National Health Service (NHS), UK.
He is trained and qualified in Project Management, Cost Engineering, Lean Six Sigma, TPM, Industrial Health & Safety and is PMP® certified. He is a corporate trainer in P&G in the fields of Project Management and Continuous Improvement (DMAIC, 6W2H, Fishbone, Why-Why, DOE, Theory of Constraints, Reliability Engineering etc.).
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