Having failed your exam is frustrating and stressful. But don't despair! Cornelius has taken over a decade of experience in helping our students recover and turn a failed attempt into exam success and wrote this article about it.
How to Recover from a Failed Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam
If you are looking for help on responding to a failed exam, please read our article How to Recover from a Failed PMP Exam - The Complete Guide
Note: Tip #4 in this article is the one that helps most students succeed on their next attempt.
Table of Contents
The article answers the following topics:
1. What is the PMP Exam Failure Rate?
2. Recover After A Failed PMP
3. I Failed The PMP Exam Now What?
4. Tip 1: Get A Simulator!
5. Tip 2: Read Lessons Learned from Others who Failed
6. Tip 3: Six Reasons for a Failed PMP
7. Tip 4: Understand WHY Your Answers are Wrong
8. Tip 5: Ask!
9. Tip 6: Consider Getting Special Accommodations
10. Tip 7: Think Positive
11. Tip 8: Don't Rush
12. Tip 9: Diversify Your Study Materials
13. Tip 10: Update Your PMP Study Plan
14. Tip 11: Reschedule
15. What if You Failed PMP Exam Twice
16. What if You Failed the PMP Exam 3 Times
17. Summary and Takeaway