Tuesday, May 28, 2013

999+ Free PMP Exam Practice Questions

999+ Free PMP Practice Questions
To succeed in PMP Certification Examination, you need to follow three golden rules, which are listed below:
  1. Practice
  2. Practice and
  3. More practice
Got it? Yes, PMP is one examination where you can succeed only by getting some hands-on exercises. It is difficult to clear the examination just by reading PMBOK or attending some training. You need to try as many questions as possible, monitor your performance and control your study before going for the real PMP exam. I have touched about this approach in my earlier article titled How to Pass PMP in First Attempt?.

So, the next step is to find relevant resources. You can buy question banks or mock exam softwares available in the market, if money is not a constraint. But, if you are worried about spending more money on PMP, don't worry. There are ample PMP questions available online, free of cost.

In this article, I have listed some of them for your reference and use.

Links to Free PMP Exam Practice Questions

  1. Head First Labs - Free PMP Practice Exam
  2. Oliver F. Lehmann - PMP® Exam Self-Assessment Test
  3. Voight Project Solutions – Practice PMP Exam
  4. PMStudy - Free Sample Chapter Test on "Project Framework Management"
  5. tutorialspoint – PMP Mock Exam
  6. preparepm.com – PMP Certification - Questions by topic
  7. preparepm.com – Mock Exam 1
  8. preparepm.com – Mock Exam 2
  9. Threon - PMP Test Questions
  10. Project Management Test Bank (PM-Test-Bank)
Remember that PMP is not only Project Mangement Professional, but also stands for Practice Makes Perfect.


I have not tested or reviewed the above links. So, I cannot vouch for the content provided in those links. It is up to the individuals to ensure the relevance and accuracy of the questions. However, we would welcome your feedback on those questions banks which would help other PMP aspirants to choose the better question bank for their exam preparation.


  1. I also found pmppracticeexams.com to be a good resource

  2. Your blog is Awesome! Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experiences.

    1. Thanks Sandanuwan. Appreciate your feedback.

  3. Thank you for sharing those links. I can now have the resources of my pmp training course.

  4. We appreciate your knowledge sharing approach. It is helping a lot.


  5. It is really helpful for those who wanted to take pmp test. Thank you for this awesome post that you have in here.

  6. I found www.pmpass.ca to be another great source of pmp practice questions

  7. hello, I write in pmp 5 days any useful tips

    1. Please visit the page PMP Tips. You may get some useful tips there.

  8. took oliver heldman 175 questions today and scored 104

    1. Good. Identify your shortcomings and try to improve the score.

  9. Try 100Questions at http://www.100Qns.com
    The questions and answers come with explanations and are developed and curated by several PMP certified experts (you can find the list of experts at this link: http://www.100qns.com/exam-expert-panel.html hence the credibility.

    1. Besides 100Questions I found Trial Exams to be rather useful as well. It is sited at www.trial-exams.com

      Keep on studying!


  10. Hello Manick

    Need help with this questions

    The following should be used for questions 15 through 17.
    A project manager is assigned to a project early in the project lifecycle. One of the things that must be done is to do a justification for the project. Since very little information is known about the project, the estimates are considered to be rough estimates. The following table is the project manager’s estimate of the cash flow that will take place over the next five years.

    End of Year Cash Flow In Cash Flow Out
    1 0 500,000
    2 300,000 90,000
    3 400,000 100,000
    4 100,000 175,000
    5 50,000 35,000

    15. What is the payback period for this project?
    a. One year
    b. Two years
    c. Three years
    d. Four years

    16. What is the net cash flow at the end of five years?
    a. $50,000
    b. - $50,000
    c. $850,000
    d. $100,000

    17. If the net present value for each of the cash flows were calculated at a 10% interest rate, the net present value cash flow at the end of five years would be:
    a. Greater than the total cash flow without the net present value applied
    b. Less than the total cash flow without the net present value applied
    c. The same as the total cash flow without the net present value applied
    d. Unable to be calculated with the information supplied

    1. Hi, here are my answers to your questions:

      Qn. 15: The payback period is the time at which your cash flow in exceeds cash flow out. ICalculate the net cash flow at the end of each year. At the end of year 1, you have -500k. At the end of year 2, you have -290k. At the end of year 3, you have +10k. So, three years is the payback period.

      Qn. 16: At the end of five years, your total cash flow in is 800k & total cash flow out is 850k. So, the answer is 800k-850k = -$50,000

      Qn. 17: Ans (b). NPV is always lesser than the future value.

  11. Interesting article. For my PMP exam prep, I found useful material on PMStudy, They provide a complimentary 200 question simulated test and we can take also other practice tests starting at $25.The PMP Certification

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