Okay so you have studied very diligently for the PMP® exam according to the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition, and maybe you have paid for and attended excellent professional sponsored webinars that provided great supporting materials, as well paid for and received a number of valuable professional coaching sessions, which were of tremendous value!
Maybe you have also taken many practice PMP® exams as instructed and scored very well, and now you are very confident of your knowledge of the Project Management Framework, as based on the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition.
But then suddenly you have a dilemma which is that you cannot find any availability at any nearby Prometric Testing Center, to schedule the PMP® exam based on the PMBOK Guide® – Fifth Edition, before March 26th, and you do not want to take the PMP® exam based on the PMBOK Guide® – Sixth Edition, which starts on March 26th.
What should you do?
As a the PM Exam Coach, I can help as I know there are many sincere and diligent PMP®students, that have encountered the same dilemma, in not being able to find any availability at their nearby Prometric Testing Center, to schedule their PMP® exam based on the PMBOK Guide® – Fifth Edition, before March 26th.
Here is what you and many others can do to solve your dilemma:
I hope the above answer will result in you scheduling, taking, and successfully passing your PMP® exam based on the PMBOK Guide® – Fifth Edition.