[***NOTE*** 2018: All information related to the PMP is provided “as is” and is here for legacy reasons. I am no longer involved with the PMP or anything related to it, so please do NOT inquire about it directly to me.]
Please view the overview and tutorial below that will guide you in calculating your PMP project hours hassle free and completely automated!
As of present you must have a minimum of 5 years/60 months of unique non-overlapping project management experience of which at least 7500 hours were spent leading or directing the project if you don’t have a college degree, or a minimum of 3 years/36 months of which at least 4500 hours were spent leading or directing the project if you have a college degree or more. The phrase “unique non-overlapping” was put in bold as this causes the most confusion. The video clarifies this. As always please refer to the PMI’s official PMP Handbook for the final word.
For additional in depth information on strategies and tips to pass the PMP examination, please visit our PMP exam information page. Enter your email below to obtain the link to the spreadsheet (The spreadsheet is compatible with Excel 2003 and above and can be viewed on the Windows platform and should be compatible on the Mac)
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