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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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