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You can refer to the eligibility prescribed by PMI for PMP - if you’re Secondary degree/High school Diploma, Associate’s degree or global equivalent, PMI expects one to have project management experience of Minimum 5 Years/60 months unique non-overlapping professional project management experience during which at least 7500 hours are spent leading and ...


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Leigh, As a manager at a large fortune 500 company and having experience hiring and managing project managers, I think you might be trying to do too much. Keep in mind that anyone looking for a PM right now is probably going to have a stack of resumes from qualified candidates and will automatically weed out those without a PPM certification or the proper ...


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There are only 2 requirements to appear for PMP exam- Project Management Experience 35 hours of Project Management Education Regarding Project Management Experience - You need 4500 hrs of experience if you have done 4 years of degree (bachelors degree or equivalent). Other wise if you have a diploma of equivalent then you need 7500 hrs of experience. The ...


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I was in a similar position when I got my CAPM three years ago. In my case, which is probably not unique, the CAPM has served more as a resume filler than something that actually contributed to my performance at work. I didn't get a lead or manager role until over a year later, and even then (probably because we did more operations support than project work),...


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Generally speaking, many certificates are poor predictors of future performance. Despite that, it is heavily used in some domains. From a buyer's perspective, the certificate becomes a criterion that I have seen as "required" to "desired", in an attempt to filter out lower performing practitioners and raise the likelihood of finding a good candidate. From ...


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For my PMP I built a spreadsheet that showed the projects I had worked on, the dates, and the allocation of hours by phase. The proportion of hours was estimated, but defensible. That was sufficient evidence to pass my audit.


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Here are 2 articles that describe the differences so that you can to make sensible choices. Should I take CAPM or PRINCE2? PMP vs CAPM vs PRINCE2 - Which One's Right for you? and you can see that you have a third choice also of PMP. I think a summary would be the quote: The main difference between CAPM/PMP and PRINCE2 Foundation/Practitioner is project ...


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If you studied this book and are passing the tests with a reasonable score, you will / should pass the CAPM quite easily.


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Hiring managers screen resumes for certificates; if you don't have the certificate, you won't be considered for the job. In my particular discipline, regulation forbids us from considering anyone who doesn't have the certificate. Companies will cite the number of certified PM's that they're bidding on projects; if you can't help them raise their number ...


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