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Yes. The current version of the PMP Deep Dive addresses the exam that will expire on December 31, 2020. If you want to wait and take the new PMP exam after December 31, 2020, Contact Us and we'll send you a notification when the revised edition of the PMP Deep Dive is ready.

Your PMP Deep Dive instructor is Eric Verzuh, PMP, and author of the bestselling Fast Forward MBA in Project Management. Eric has a reputation for making project management topics easy to understand.

Versatile collaborated with Crosswind Learning to create the PMP Deep Dive. Crosswind has been helping professionals earn PMI credentials for over two decades. In-depth knowledge of what it takes to pass the exam and a knack for making tough ideas easy to learn. Its a great combination.

Yes, you will receive a certificate of completion showing that you completed the PMP Deep Dive and earned the 35 contact hours required to sit for the exam. After completing the PMP Deep Dive you can download your certificate on the main course page. 

You have six months to complete this course. 

PMP Deep Dive comes with a 10-­day no questions guarantee for your protection.  If you wish to cancel this course, Contact Versatile within 10 days of purchase. Your course fee will be refunded.

Yes. You must have 35 hours of project management education prior to applying to take the PMP exam. The PMP Deep Dive qualifies for 35 hours of education. We provide you with a certificate of completion at the end of the course that you can submit to PMI if you get audited.

Yes! Contact Us via Email. We'll provide a group discount based upon the number of PMP Deep Dive licenses you want to buy.

Yes! PMP Deep Dive has hundreds of sample exam questions.

Yes! PMP Deep Dive is interactive and full of highly engaging videos with stories from a project team to bring the concepts to life making studying for the PMP Exam FUN!!

 

The PMP Exam is Now Online 

Take your PMP Certification Exam from your home or office, 24/7. 

Learn more about the Online Proctored Exam 

The PMP Exam is changing 2 January 2021. 

PMI decided to extend access to the current PMP exam until 31 December 2020, and postpone the launch of the new exam until 2 January 2021.This postponement will provide candidates with additional time and access to training resources to help them prepare and sit for the exam confidently. 

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