It’s actually harder to get your PMP application approved than you might think. You can’t just blindly fill in some template that might have worked for your PMP Course Instructor. PMI reviewers are trained to reject PMP applications when they or their systems spot certain things like plagiarism, copy-and-pasting, project descriptions that they decide sound like “operations”, etc. etc.
Here’s the true story of how I helped Phil go from having his PMP application rejected to being fully PMP-certified in 3 weeks. Before he found FPMcertify.com, Phil spent a lot of time on his PMP application. Despite this, he got an email response from PMI that said: “Dear ****, Thank you for your interest … we have identified the following concerns: 1) Project Descriptions – The descriptions you provided are unclear regarding…”