Q. What is the CAPM exam?
A. CAPM exam is conducted by the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMI’s CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) certification, one of the most popular certifications today, is designed for project team members and entry-level project managers.

Q. What are the prerequisites for the CAPM exam?
A. Secondary Diploma (high school diploma/global equivalent) with either 1500 hours experience or 23 hours project management education.

Q. What are the benefits to becoming a CAPM?
A. The CAPM credential recognizes a demonstrated understanding of the fundamental knowledge, that are needed for effective project management performance. It also demonstrates understanding processes and terminology as defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide).

Q. What credit does the CAPM exam provide?
A. Certified Associate in Project Management

Q. What certificate does it provide?
A. Certified Associate in Project Management

Q. How many questions are asked in the test?
A. 150

Q. What is the duration of the test?
A. 3 hours

Q. Which type of the test is it? (Adaptive/Linear)
A. Linear

Q. What is the passing score?
A. Approximately 65%

Q. What is the test retake policy?
A. The exam eligibility period (the period of time during which you are able to test) is one year. You may take the examination up to three times within this one-year eligibility period should not pass on the first attempt.

Q. What to expect in the CAPM exam?
A. Multiple-choice questions

Q. What are the skills being measured for the exam?
A. The exam covers the following areas of the PMBOK, fourth edition:

The Project Management Framework
The Standard for Project Management of a Project
The Project Management Knowledge Areas including- Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resource, Communication, Risk, and Procurement Management.

Q. Where to take the test?
A. Prometric

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