DEVELOPED BY LILIANA BUCHTIK, PMP, PMI-RMP
All questions with multiple-choice answers were created by internationally renowned risk management expert, Liliana Buchtik, PMP, PMI-RMP, author of best-sellering book Secrets to Mastering Risk Management in Real-World Projects and Secrets to Passing the PMI-RMP, and who also worked for the PMI Certifications Department in its headquarters in the United States, facilitating PMI Mega Certification Events where PMP exam questions are created.
This online simulator is aligned to the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition and to the latest changes that PMI made to this exam’s structure, domains, and content. Something important considering other simulators in the market are outdated, which means that you could be practicing with old questions without knowing it! When it is time to choose a PMI-RMP simulator, don’t put yourself at risk! Chose this simulator!
With a bank of 400 questions representative of the PMI-RMP content, this online simulator reproduces the real exam scenario so that you can practice an online exam. Each time you access the simulator, an exam will be created with 170 questions randomly selected from a bank of 400 questions available so you can simulate a real PMI-RMP exam with the real number of questions. The exam remaining duration will show on the screen so you can get ready to answer questions under time pressure. Questions cover all domains requested in the exam, different project management knowledge areas, process groups, inputs and outputs, tools and techniques, experience, terminology, etc. The simulator includes text questions, questions with formulas, images (see Screen 2 on your left side), computations, and a representation of the diverse types of exam questions.
The simulator shows the questions allowing you to move forward to the next question or backwards to prior questions. It also allows you to navigate to each question directly (see Screen 1). It shows explanations and/or references so that you can learn more about each question with wrong answers (see Screen 3). At the end of the exam, you’ll see the percentage of right and wrong questions, and you’ll see if you passed or didn’t pass the exam, with other information (see Screen 4).