PMI-RMP Practice Test
Welcome to the free practice for the PMI-RMP - the new certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). Our practice test offers free and exclusive questions to help you prepare for your RMP exam.
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Timed test (no limit)
How does the test work?
Our practice test contains 15 random questions covering the PMI-RMP topics for Project Risk Management. The test is free and you may take it as many times as you wish to aid your exam prep.
Every question closely follows the strict guidance outlined in the PMBOK and other high quality PMP material. Our instructors have spent several years helping students prepare for their PMP certification and they’ve played an active role in shaping all of the questions you’ll find here.
To start the free practice test just click the Start Practice test link below or the button above. We hope you enjoy the test and good luck with your certification..
Questions covered by the practice test
Our practice test is packed full of high quality questions to cover the full spectrum of PMI-RMP material. These topics include, but are not limited to:
- Project Risk Management
- Risk Breakdown Structure
- Identifying Risks
- Qualitative Risk Analysis
- Quantitative Risk Analysis
- Risk Response
- Control Risks
- Various techniques and diagrams: Tornado, Monte Carlo, EMV, SWOT
- Risk Register, Watch List
- Inputs, tools, techniques and outputs
About the PMI-RMP Certification
The Risk Management Professional certification is the PMI’s response to the increasing growth, complexity and diversity of the industry. The certification is globally recognized thanks to the superiority of PMI’s quality and standards.
Risk management is a specialized role in project management and this certification exemplifies your skills in managing risk - a sought after talent in both small and enterprise businesses.
Eligibility for actual exam
To apply for the PMI-RMP you must have either:
A secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree or global equivalent) with at least 4,500 hours of project risk management experience and 40 hours of project risk management education.
A four year degree (bachelor’s degree or global equivalent), with at least 3,000 hours of project risk management experience and 30 hours of project risk management education.
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