How To Maintain Your PMP® Certification in 3 Easy Steps

Top of the mountain Depositphotos 7122817 xsCongratulations! You are a Project Management Professional (PMP)® as soon as you pass the exam.

But this doesn't mean you will be a PMP for life. You have to give a little extra effort to it.

In accordance with Project Management Institute (PMI)® rules, every three years you will need to collect and claim Professional Development Units (PDUs) to keep the certification active. You will need 60 PDUs every three years to keep your certification active.

In this article, you will learn the 3 easy steps to maintaining your PMP certification.

These 3 easy steps are:


Step 2: Attend events by PMI and/or PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.)

Step 3: Earn PDUs online

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Top of the mountain Depositphotos 7122817 xsSo, you have failed the PMP® exam … What can you do now?

The first thing you should do is remember that you are not alone! It happens all the time. Although we do not know the exact failure rate, it is a very difficult exam, and you should not be too hard on yourself.

With this article, I want to not only help you work through the pain and frustration of having failed the exam, but I will also give you a list of actionable items to work on so that you can successfully prepare for your next attempt.

In this article we discuss:
What is the PMP Exam Failure Rate?
Recover After A Failed PMP
I Failed The PMP Exam Now What?
What if You Failed PMP Exam Twice
What if You Failed the PMP Exam 3 Times
Tips on how to prepare for your next attempt for the PMP exam

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