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Agile PMI PMP 6th edition Preparation 715 UPDATED UNIQUE questions and detailed answers based on the latest version ]


Welcome to Agile PMP EXAM SIMULATOR 2021


97% Pass in First Attempt Easily


This New REAL LATEST VERSION EXAMS 200 Q and A Exam aligns to the new PMP 2021 Exam Content Outline




Project Management Professional PMP is an internationally recognized professional designation offered by the Project Management Institute PMI . Project Management Professional PMP boosts your career and salary. PMP increases your opportunities for TOP management positions. This content provides Real and professional 6 Exams 1200 Q and A for NEW PMP Exam 2021 6th Edition cover all probable tricks . After solving it two times at least with a minimum score of 70% during 4 hours for each exam, you will be able to pass the real NEW PMP exam.




What’s new in the upcoming PMP 2021 exam change:


The new PMP exam is based on 3 domains and its percentage share is shown in the table below:


Domain I. People 42%


Domain II. Process 50%


Domain III. Business Environment 8%




Both the domains of the current and the new PMP exam will have some predefined tasks, whereas a new term ‘enablers’ is added to the new PMP exam. Let’s see what the domains, tasks, and enablers mean:


Domain- High-level knowledge area that is essential for project management practice


Tasks- Project manager responsibilities in all the domain areas


Enablers- Clear examples of the work that is relevant to the task.




Finally, there are noticeable differences between this updated PMP Examination Content Outline and A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition. While there are some commonalities, it is important to note that the volunteer taskforce involved in the study described previously were not bound by the PMBOK Guide. The taskforce members were charged with outlining critical job tasks of individuals who lead and direct projects based on their experience and pertinent resources.




Please, Follow the following rules and instructions to maximize your studding:


1. Get Ready for HARD WORK


2. 50% of exam question are about PMBOK processes.


3. Hide the answers and try to answer the question independently.


4. Read the question carefully and understand the concept behind the question.


5. Try to give the correct answer during only 90 seconds Stage 1 and then practice to give the correct answer in only 60 seconds Stage 2 for each question. Please, Use your own timer.


6. Understand the correct answers and study your mistaken choices and questions.


7. Retry this exam one more time to maximize your score in only 4 continuous hours.


8. If your score is less than 160 of 200. You should Retry this exam one more time.


9. If you have been disappointed or confused, ….


a. Remember the motivation section and the benefits of PMP.


b. Contact me for help and support.




FAQs on PMP Exam Change


Why is there a change in the PMP exam?


PMI conducts research every 3 to 5 years to understand the impact of the latest trends on the project management profession, its advancements, and the change in the project manager’s responsibilities. The recent research is conducted in 2019 which prompted the “New PMP Exam Content Outline”.


Is the PMBOK guide also changing?


No, the 6th edition of the PMBOK guide remains the same for the new PMP exam changes. One has to refer to the same for the PMP exam preparation regardless of taking the exam before 31st December 2020 or after.


Will the new PMP exam be harder to clear?


In general, the PMP exam is difficult and certainly, the new PMP exam will be harder to clear because of the new topics and the methods added.




Before the Exam


1. Make a checklist of things you need to have organized for the morning of the exam well in advance and then


use the checklist. Nothing is more disruptive to your concentration and ability to do your best than


unexpected problems or stress. The following are examples of things that might be part of your checklist:


a. Be sure you have the required two forms of signature-bearing identification, one of which has your


photograph, in order to be admitted to the exam.


b. You can and should bring a six-function calculator – make sure the batteries are fresh.


c. Be sure your car has plenty of gasoline.


d. Have a backup plan for such things as child care, if relevant.


2. Do not spend more than one hour with your study materials on the evening before the exam. At this point,


additional studying will harm more than help. Your brain needs time and relaxation to establish long-term


memory traces. Plan a quiet, relaxing evening doing something you find personally fulfilling.


3. Avoid a heavy meal the evening before the exam. A dinner that is high in carbohydrate and fiber and low in


fat will support you the best. Abstain from alcohol beginning not less than 48 hours and ideally 72 hours


before the scheduled exam. Do everything possible to ensure a good night’s rest the night before the exam.


4. Do not skip breakfast the morning of the exam! High protein and complex carbohydrates and little or no sugar


will best sustain your concentration. Consume no caffeine or sugar within three hours of the start of the


exam. These substances are largely metabolized by the body within two hours, and their initial stimulating


effect is followed by a loss of concentration and energy for at least an hour thereafter.


5. Avoid stress the morning of the exam. If at all possible, take the morning off from work and go for a walk or


engage in other light, outdoor exercise. Your goal is to arrive at the exam site as fresh, relaxed and self-confident


as possible.






Thank you and Regards,




Haytham H. Elmousalami


PMI-PMP, MSc, PhD Candidate, Machine learning Engineer, Projects Engineer, Researcher, …


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Project Coordinators

Project Analysts

Project Leaders Senior

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