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Bridging Course for the new PMP Exam: Restricted Attendance

This is a specialized course to bridge the knowledge gap from the old PMP Exam to the new 2021 exam. Only those who had already fully studied for the old PMP Exam may attend.


This bridging course covers the additional knowledge that will be tested in the PMP Exam in alignment with the latest PMP Examination Content Outline 2021.

This course assumes that you already are comfortable and knowledgeable with the process knowledge that was tested in the past exam. If you had an unsuccessful attempt in 2020, we strongly recommend taking the full course, not just the bridging course. This is because some of the process knowledge that will continue to be tested may have a gap as well.

This course will cover the following aspects:

Business Domain:

Additional knowledge about the business case and benefits necessary

Process Domain:

Selecting the appropriate approach and governance for the project needs

Agile ways of working: The Scrum Framework

Managing project artifacts

People Domain:

Working with teams in Agile and Predictive approaches

Addressing conflict and team building

Servant leadership and emotional intelligence 


  • 8 Hours of live training
  • Access to group live tutorial sessions with our expert PMP Tutors
  • Exam simulation questions

This program does not include one:one coaching. If you would like one:one coaching, it can be added as you go for a simple fee of $25USD per hour.


  • Examination fees for the exam. Please check the PMI website for the most current pricing.
  • The PMI Agile Practice Guide. It is included in the same PDF as the PMBoK Guide. The PMBoK guide is available free of charge to PMI Members, and we strongly suggest you become a member. 
  • Printed manuals. All our material is provided in electronic form
This program does not include one:one coaching. If you would like one:one coaching, it can be added as you go for a simple fee of $25USD per hour.

Exam Format

The new exam is comprised of:

  • 180 questions (the previous exam was 200) but the same number of questions will be scored
  • 230 minutes to complete the exam
  • One additional break for a total of two 10-minute breaks for computer-based tests. No scheduled breaks for paper-based exams.
  • Questions will be a combination of multiple-choice, multiple responses, matching, hotspot and limited fill-in-the-blank.

Exam Content

The structure of the exam is  structured around these three domains, and in these proportions:

  • People (42%) – about leadership of your project team
  • Process (50%) – about the processes of project management
  • Business Environment (8%) – about the link with organizational strategy

The examination will split approximately 50:50 between traditional predictive project management and Agile or hybrid approaches  

The PMBoK Guide content that you might have already studied or reviewed in the past is still relevant. It just forms a smaller percentage of the examination.  So if you have already studied this portion, then you will need to bridge your knowledge gap with understanding of Agile ways of working. The PMP Exam has been already shifting in terms of the way that knowledge is tested. The questions are situational where clear understanding is required and memorization is neither necessary nor recommended.

Benefits of the PM1World Program

97% of our students of our full courses and boot camp classes have passed on the first attempt. This is a testament to our personalized and integrated approach to exam preparation. It is a difficult exam and some have not had a successful attempt, but we do everything we can to help.

This is a bridge course and not our full boot camp. 

Who should attend?

  • Individuals who have already fully studied for the PMP Exam between October - December 2020. If you took a course or studied earlier than that, we recommend the full course.
  • Individuals who attempted the exam in the October - December 2020 timeframe and did not pass. 

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