Q. What are the prerequisites for the PHR exam?
A. The Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification is designed for the HR professional who typically has two to four years of professional work experience in all HR disciplines, but whose experience lacks the breadth and depth of a more senior-level HR practitioner.

Q. What credit does the PHR exam provide?
A. After passing the exam, you will earn credit toward the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification.

Q. How many questions are asked in the test?
A. You will be required to attempt approximately 225 questions. The exam fee is US $125

Q. What is the duration of the test?
A. You will be required to finish the exam in four hours.

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

Q. What is the passing score?
A. The passing score of the exam is 500 out of 700.

Q. Where can the test be taken?
A. You can register with a Prometric testing center. You can also register for the exam online at your local test center or a regional contact center.

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