[Good News!] PMP Exam changes on 26th March 2018

Nearly 3 extra months for PMP Aspirants to take the current PMP Exam!


PMP Exam changes on 26th March 2018

PMI has just announced that the PMP® Exam will change on 26th March 2018.

This essentially means that Aspirants will have more than 5 months from now to prepare and write (and pass) the PMP® Exam based on the current edition.

This is a great news for Aspirants who are preparing for the exam as most aspirants would, in the past, expect that the PMP® Exam would be changed on 1st January 2018. And they found a hard time to decide whether to begin the PMP® journey now or wait until the first day of 2018. And whether they will be forced to take the PMP® re-exam (if needed) based on PMBOK® Guide 6th edition…

Luckily, PMI’s announcement today has cleared the doubts.

It is highly advised that Aspirants to begin the PMP® Exam journey now as there is still plenty of time to get certified without the risks associated with the new PMP® Exam syllabus.

Perhaps you have yet to take up the decision whether to take the PMP® Exam based on the current or new PMP® Exam? The extra 3 months until 26 March 2018 maybe is your reason to take action now.

Remember, Aspirants on average require around 2 months to prepare and pass the PMP® Exam. And even in the unfortunate case of failing the first try, there is still plenty of time to take the re-exam!

Take the current PMP® Exam

If you would like to dive into the PMP® Certification now, you may find useful exam prep tips and resources (including the lessons learned by me and many other successful PMP® exam takers) here:

Take the new PMP® Exam

But if you are still undecided on whether to take the current PMP® Exam or the new PMP® Exam on or after 26 March 2018, then this article is for you to understand the major differences between PMBOK® Guide 5the and 6th edition:

Wish you PMP® success!

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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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September 26, 2017