PMI Application

  • What are the Eligibility Criteria for the PMP Exam?

    To be eligible for the PMP credential, you must meet certain educational and professional experience requirements. You also need some project management education, i.e. 35 Contact Hours of formal education in project management. This is the certificate that we will provide.

  • Which edition of PMBOK Guide is the exam and your training based on?

    The PMP Exam and all our trainings are both based on the PMBOK Guide 6th Edition.

  • Do you provide help for filling out the PMI Application?

    We can provide some guidance by email and phone, however you have to fill out the forms yourself, including your education and experience.

  • How can I calculate my experience hours for the PMI Application?

    As part of our trainings you will receive a “PM Experience Calculator” which will help you calculate the hours spent in each process group. You can also purchase it separately. Go to top menu and click on More.

  • If I pass the PMP Exam this year, and the PMBOK Guide changes in a couple of years, will my PMP Certification remain valid?

    Yes. In that aspect the PMP Certification is like a high-school diploma. Just because the program got updated does not mean your diploma is any less valid.

  • How can I contact PMI for additional information about my application?

    Check our PMP Exam Tips. Also go to www.pmi.org, or call PMI toll free 1-855-746-4849 or email customercare@pmi.org

  • How can I prevent getting audited?

    You can not. Check our Blog posts on this topic. There is always a 10% to 15% chance that your application might get audited. If your application gets selected for an audit, you will not receive an email with your candidate ID for the PMP exam. Instead, you will receive another e-mail from PMI, which tells you that your application has been selected for an audit, and advises you about the steps to be taken next. Don’t panic. Just follow the instructions.

  • Where can I get more information about the PMI audit process?

    Read our blog posts. Also check our PMP Exam Tips. Another resource is pmi.org website