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PMP Exam Result
There are basically two parts of the examination result. One is the status of the examination, i.e. whether the candidate is pass/fail. It is decided by the number of questions answered correctly by the candidate. The other is the proficiency level in each domain. As stated earlier, the PMP examination is divided into 6 domains. Each domain is assigned a proficiency level, from proficient, moderately proficient and below proficient, depending upon the questions correctly answered by the candidate in each domain. The three proficient levels are defined as:
The purpose of the proficiency level is to let the candidates know their strengths and weaknesses.
- Proficient: Performance above average in the domain.
- Moderately proficient: Performance average in this domain.
- Below proficient: Performance below average in the domain.
The result of the CBT is shown at the test center on the day of the examination. It can also be viewed by visiting online certification system after 10 days of the exam date. PBT results are also available on online certification system after 6-8 weeks after the exam date.
Hand scoring is available only for PBT for upto 6 months from the date of examination administration at the charge of $45 by contacting PMI on phone or e-mail. For more information on hand scoring for PBT, the candidate can email customer care. Hand scoring is not available for CBT.
The passing score of the PMP examination is determined by the subject matter experts.
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What is pdu
Professional Development Units (PDUs).
PDUs are used to quantify approved professional development activities. Typically, you earn one PDU for one hour (60 minutes) spent in a planned, structured professional development activity.