Each practice test on our site was designed to prepare you for the version of the certification exam described. So for the Project+ exam, their practice test questions map to the PK0-003 exam, currently offered by CompTIA.According to Transcender, “CompTIA Project+
covers the business and technical project management skills needed to successfully manage business projects. It emphasizes getting buy-in from stakeholders, proper scheduling and budget control. Individuals with 12 months practical project management
experience or those with a strong desire to demonstrate project management knowledge should consider earning this certification.”Using the practice test will help you better prepare for your certification by providing analytics on your strengths and weaknesses. Additionally, each Transcender product offers 3 modes of study to suit your needs.1. Customize your testing experience by configuring your practice test to suit your specific study needs. Select items by test objective, set study preferences and control how your answers are accessed.2. Select preset tests. These tests are made to provide a testing experience similar to a real testing environment. They are timed and filter questions like the certification exam. This option will help you determine your readiness for the certification exam.3. Flashcard review allows you to review concepts in a self-graded and unlimited environment. With hundreds of questions, these premade flashcards will help you understand concepts covered on the actual certification exam.Not convinced this is the right type of test preparation for you? Try 5 sample questions found within the Transcender Project+ Practice Test. If you answer any question incorrectly, it will give you a detailed answer as to why, just as the Transcender product does.Get Started!
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