What if I couldn’t find my project manager / supervisor to sign the PMP audit form?


Could not find the manager / supervisor named in the PMP® application to sign the experience verification form is the greatest problem PMP® candidates would face.

Don’t panic. Don’t just give up and ask for refund of your PMP® application fee.

Though PMI prefers PMP® candidates to get signatures from the named manager / supervisor, in case this is not possible, PMI does allow:

a colleague from the project can verify, or a current manager or supervisor, who has intimate knowledge of the project, can verify.

Even though you are not able to find your manager / supervisor to sign the experience verification form, you can actually find some others who are close to the project to sign it. That’s why PMI leaves blank on the form the information of the one to verify your experience.

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Edward Chung

Edward Chung aspires to become a full-stack web developer and project manager. In the quest to become a more competent professional, Edward studied for and passed the PMP Certification, ITIL v3 Foundation Certification, PMI-ACP Certification and Zend PHP Certification. Edward shares his certification experience and resources here in the hope of helping others who are pursuing these certification exams to achieve exam success.

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