Q1: What is the difference between PMI® and PMP®?

The Project Management Institute is known as the PMI® organization. Their professional certification is called PMP® which stands for Project Management Professional. Upon successfully passing the exam, students will receive PMP® certification from PMI®. For more information about the PMI®, visit

For more information on the PMP® Certification, visit About PMP® credential.

Q2: Should I register for the Exam before attending class?

Usually, it is not possible. The Project Management Institute requires applicants to complete at least 35 contact hours of project management training before applying for the certification exam. You are required by PMI to have completed training before making your application. You can satisfy this requirement with our PMP® Preparation class.

Q3: How is the PMP® examination given?

The PMP® examination is computer based. Testing is performed by Sylvan-Prometric with locations across North America. The exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions, in which you will receive 4 hours to complete. The exam beings with a 15 minute computer tutorial, and is followed by an optional candidate satisfaction survey. Afterwards, you will receive an examination score report.

Q4: What do I need to study or do before attending the preparation class?

Simply enroll for the class and get ready to learn. Everything you need is included in your class tuition. Books and practice tests are provided. Bring a positive approach and our instructors will take care of the rest.

Q5: Can I really pass the PMI certification exam the first time?

Yes, PMP® certification exam can be passed for the first time. HiTech Institute’s instructor will focus on your study in such a way to ensure your success within the first time only. Our goal is to continue our institute’s success in helping students to pass their exam for the first time.

Q6: What are the prerequisites required to enroll for the PMP® training?

For regular training, a student should have basic knowledge of computer fundamentals and should be familiar with operation system and M.S. Office.

For Boot Camp, students need to have elementary level of project management experience.