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EduMind offers Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam review courses to help you earn this industry-leading certification with confidence. Our comprehensive courses are offered in three formats, Live Online, Ondemand, and Onsite to best suit the way you learn. These courses are taught by project management experts who provide an in-depth look at each subject. Students will learn how to calculate and apply fundamental formulas, recognize the major project management processes, and identify many tools and techniques for success.


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How will a PMP certification help you?

Professionals with PMP certification can earn up to 25% more in their salary than uncertified individuals. 1

There are more than 1 million PMP certification holders worldwide, with research showing a need to fill nearly 2.2 million new project-oriented roles each year through 2027. 2

The median salary of PMP certification holders is $115,000. 3

Are you interested in boosting your career with a PMP certification? Take a PMP prep course with EduMind to access exclusive features and content designed to help you pass the exam!

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Overview—Grow Your Project Management Skills

To obtain your PMP certification, you must meet certain requirements established by the Project Management Institute, including:

  • A 4-year degree
  • 36 months leading projects
  • 35 hours of project management education/training or CAPM® certification

At EduMind, we believe Your Success is Our Success, which is why we have partnered with project management experts to bring you a comprehensive PMP exam prep course designed to facilitate success. Our courses provide the required 35 educational hours as well as additional tools to support effective study strategies.

Key Course Takeaways

    When you take a PMP exam prep course with EduMind, you will learn:

  • How to manage projects cost effectively
  • How to increase the success rate of projects
  • How to execute projects properly in respect to time and budget
  • The most relevant and up to date PMP practices
  • How to oversee vendors
  • How to manage project risks
  • And more!

Why should you become a certified PMP?

Career Impact

Without a PMP $92,000

With a PMP $115,000

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Why Choose EduMind’s exam prep course?

Key Course Features

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  • PMP Education Hours 35 education hours fulfill PMI’s training requirements.
  • PMP Subject Matter Subject matter expert instructors ensure you receive specialized teaching.
  • PMP Practice Problems Practice problems, quizzes, and tests to practice what you’ve learned.
  • PMP Downloadable Course Downloadable course notes provide concise outline of material.
  • PMP Application Support Application support for the exam so you can focus on the more important part: studying.
  • PMP Course Option Option to submit questions to instructors to clarify concepts or concerns.
  • PMP Course Completion Course completion certificate to attach in resume.

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Our PMP exam prep courses are based on the exam content outline provided by PMI, which focuses on different topics within three domains: people, process, and business environment. 7

  • Manage conflict
  • Lead a team
  • Support team performance
  • Empower team members and stakeholders
  • Ensure team members/stakeholders are adequately trained
  • Build a team
  • Address and remove impediments, obstacles, and blockers for the team
  • Negotiate project agreement
  • Collaborate with stakeholders
  • Build share understanding
  • Engage and support virtual teams
  • Define team ground rules
  • Mentor relevant stakeholders
  • Promote team performance through the application of emotional intelligence

  • Execute project with the urgency required to deliver business value
  • Manage communications
  • Assess and manage risks
  • Engage stakeholders
  • Plan and manage budget and resources
  • Plan and manage schedule
  • Plan and manage quality of products/deliverables
  • Plan and manage scope
  • Integrate project planning activities
  • Manage project changes
  • Plan and manage procurement
  • Manage project artifacts
  • Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices
  • Establish project governance structure
  • Manage project issues
  • Ensure knowledge transfer for project continuity
  • Plan and manage project/phase closure or transitions

  • Plan and manage project compliance
  • Evaluate and deliver project benefits and value
  • Evaluate and address external business environment changes for impact on scope
  • Support organizational change


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The Project Management Professional (PMP) is the world’s leading project management certification and validates that you have strong project leadership skills, giving you a competitive edge. The PMP certification indicates that you are highly skilled in the key areas of project management—people, process, and business environment—and it shows your knowledge of predictive, agile, and hybrid management approaches.

You must pass the PMP exam in order to receive certification. The Project Management Institute (PMI) requires exam applicants to have a four-year degree, 36 months leading projects, and 35 hours of project management education. For individuals that did not follow the convention educational trajectory of a four-year college, PMI also accept a high school diploma or an associate degree combined with 60 months leading projects and 35 hours of project management education. There is an application process where you will need to provide proof that you have fulfilled these requirements.

The PMP exam is comprised of 180 questions.

In order to receive your project management certification, you will need to earn a four-year degree from an accredited university. You will also need to have 36 documented months leading projects as well as 35 hours of project management education. The certifying body also accepts a high school diploma or an associate degree but require extensive documented project management experience—60 months, to be exact, in addition to the 35 hours of project management education. Once you have fulfilled these requirements, you will need to apply for the exam, sit for the exam, and wait to hear your results.

You can elect to take the PMP exam in one of two places: in a test center or in your own home. Regardless of where you take your exam, you will be able to schedule your exam on the date that works best for you.

Project management training not only looks good on a resume but also teaches practical skills applicable across numerous fields. Anyone seeking to gain organizational and leadership skills and/or boost their careers will benefit from this training.

The application process involves three steps: (1) confirm you are eligible, (2) gather your information (projects you’ve led and training you’ve completed), and (3) use your information to fill out the application at Once you have completed these steps, your application will be reviewed, and then you will have to pay an exam fee if you are qualified to move forward. Once approved, you can schedule your exam time at a testing site near you or take the exam online.

The exam fee for PMI members is $405. Non-members pay $555.

We offer a PMP training course designed to help you receive the required hours of project management training and prepare to pass your exam.

You can register for one of our Ondemand or Live Online PMP training courses here.

All PMP certification courses will vary in their form and construction, but they will likely all center around PMI’s three exam domains: people, emphasizing the soft skills you need to effectively lead a project team in today's changing environment, process, reinforcing the technical aspects of successfully managing projects, and business environment, highlighting the connection between projects and organizational strategy. Content that spans the value delivery system, including predictive, agile, and hybrid approaches, will all be included across the three exam domains.

There are no specific prerequisites required to register for our PMP exam prep course. However, if you are interested in obtaining your PMP certificate within the same time period as your exam prep course, you will need to fulfill PMI’s requirements.

There is no right answer for this question because the number of hours will vary between each person. PMI requires a set amount of hours of project management education, but each person might need more time to keep studying and preparing.

Our PMP training course provides the required educational hours to obtain a PMP certification.

You will receive a PDF of a course competition certificate from EduMind after you complete our PMP exam prep course. Within 6-8 weeks of passing your PMP exam, you will receive a PMP credential certificate in the mail.

After completing our PMP exam prep course, you will have a stronger foundation in project management. You will learn topics based on the exam content outline provided by PMI, which center around people, process, and business environment. Some of the skills you can expect to learn about include conflict management, leadership, team building, managing scope, assessing risk, and more!

Project management professionals are in high demand across numerous job fields. According to PMI, research indicates that 2.2 million new project-oriented roles will need to be filled through 2027. The demand for certified PMPs means that job searching should be more fruitful. Another great thing about being a certified PMP is that project management is required in all different types of industries. There is no limit to the different options of projects you can manage.

Absolutely. PMP certification and training is extremely beneficial to career growth. Earning this certification demonstrates to employers that you have an understanding of project management trends, that you are committed to personal growth, and that you have experience managing projects from start to finish.

Although there are some project managers without a PMP certification, ultimately, having the certification is more beneficial than not having it. Being a PMP means you can increase your technical skills, lead larger projects, and advance your career. The additional knowledge and experience associated with PMP certification is well worth the effort it takes to earn it.

You will need to bring a valid, government-issued ID that included both your photo and signature. You will not need to bring any other materials, as a calculator is built into the exam. Scratch paper, erasable boards, pencils, and markers will all be provided by test administrators.

The amount of necessary personal preparation time will vary for everyone.

You receive your PMP exam results immediately after finishing the exam.

The PMP certification exam result report is broken up into two parts: the first part will contain your name, certification name, eligibility, code, report generation date, and test center code. The second part will consist of your overall performance, your performance by domain, and what you can do next. A passing performance will be described as Target or Above Target. A failing performance will be described as Needs Improvement or Below Target. If you passed, you will be able to double check your email on this document to ensure that your certificate is delivered properly. This report will also provide suggestions for further professional development in project management.

You may cancel your scheduled exam for a refund within 30 days of the date of purchase. If you cancel outside of the 30 days, a rescheduling fee will be applied. If you do not show up for your PMP exam and fail to cancel/reschedule up to 48 hours before the exam, then you will not receive a refund.

Once you obtain your PMP certification, you can now begin attaching the acronym “PMP” after your name in your resume etc. to indicate your certified status. You will need to start thinking about earning Professional Development Units (PDUs). To retain your certification, you will need to earn 60 PDUs every three years.

You may pursue a PMP for many reasons, but the top reasons typically include goals of personal growth, furthering yourself in your career, demonstrating your leadership in your industry, and keeping up with the latest trends in your field.

Since the PMP is a globally recognized certificate, it all depends on where you happen to be living. In the United States, you can expect anywhere from a 23-25% increase.

Although the process has changed over the years, it has remained relatively easy. You will need to go to PMI’s website and register for a free account. Next, select which certification exam you’re applying for. You will need to include documentation showing your educational history work experience, project management experience, and 35 contact hours of training.

After you submit your application, it will take 7-10 days to get an email that your application has been accepted. You can then choose whether you want to schedule your exam in person or online and pay the respective registration fees.

We recommend you schedule your exam as early as possible to ensure you have the study time you need. One of the problems students often encounter is they forget to apply for the exam—they will take the necessary time to prepare and study, but when exam day rolls around, their names aren’t on the list. Don’t let this happen to you! Apply for and schedule your exam before you begin studying or take a review course so that it’s completely done, and then you can fully commit yourself to your preparation efforts.

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