News for PMP Exam Takers

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread globally, PMI announced a new update on 18 March 2020:

  • You can reschedule your exam and PMI will automatically extend your exam eligibility until 18 January 2021.
  • All paid exam fees will be eligible for a refund and you will be able to reschedule without accruing penalty fees.
  • Extend access to the current PMP exam until 31 December 2020.
  • Postpone the launch of the new PMP exam until 2 January 2021.

Click here to read more about PMI COVID-19 updates:

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To keep learning while you are working from home, here is a bunch of free resources to help you enrich your project management knowledge or even gain PDUs:

PMP Exam Online from April

You can now take the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification exam online from home or office, 24/7. The online exam is administered on a secure platform using proven exam delivery technology. It is exactly the same as the version administered at a test center. For more information, click here:

As a reminder, the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certifications can also be taken online.

PMP Introduces a 10-minute Break During Exam

Both the online proctored testing and center-based testing option for the PMP exam now have a built-in 10-minute break. The exam is now divided into two parts. You will start the break once you complete and submit the first part of the exam. Please note, you will NOT be able to review questions from the first part of the exam after you start your break.

You will be permitted to leave the room during the break. Once your 10-minute break is over, your proctor will check you back in and you will finish the second part of your exam. If you do not return to the room at the conclusion of your 10-minute break, your exam session will be terminated.

Click here for a summary of the changes in PMP certification: