Like any exam APM Project Management Qualification not only tests your knowledge of project management but also you ability to understand how the exam works. It’s not an easy exam to pass because of the breadth of knowledge required. Unlike the Fundamentals exam APM PFQ, which is a one-hour multiple choice exam, APM PMQ involves a 3-hour written exam. Parallel Project Training is a APM specialist training provider and as part of our course we offer APM PMQ exam hints and tips.
At the time of writing our exam prep forum has over 1200 members and 350 typical exam questions and answers that have been moderated by Parallel Trainers. Note that APM PMQ used to be known as APMP so exam tips may still refer to this older name of APMP but are still relevant as it is simply a new name for the qualification.
Typical questions we have answered on the study group are:
- 3.4. Describe what is meant by project context. Explain a tool or technique for ascertaining a project’s context
- List and describe three implications of splitting tasks. (30 marks)
- List and describe five components of an information management process.
- Describe 5 key attributes of a project and describe how they differ from business as usual.
- How to answer APM PMQ exam questions the secret tips.
The study group is now hosted at http://www.parallelprojecttraining.com/community/groups/viewgroup/2-apmp-study-group
This study group is part of Parallel’s innovative approach to taking the APM Project Management Qualification. We offer a wide range of training options including
- Distance learning package including a the printed study guide written in partnership between the APM and Parallel Project Training.
- E-learning covering the contents of the study guide.
- Podcasts to download and listen to as you travel.
- Virtual or face to face training to support your study.