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…”
FastPM Wizard™ is an intelligent online tool I created to fix or avoid rejected PMP applications. It guides you safely past all the hidden traps of the PMP application and generates your project description, hours breakdown, and other parts that look unimportant, but can cause major problems. Don’t just paste stuff into your application because your PMP instructor told you that works. They don’t have experience with rejected applications. We do…
I often get asked what to put on a PMP application if your project experience includes many short-term projects. According to PMI’s PMP handbook, you should list your projects individually. The problem is, most applications I’ve seen that have more than 7 projects were rejected.
Do you want to make your PMP application simpler and easier? Many people worry their PMP application will be a big hassle because of all the people who get rejected. Stop worrying about your PMP application and enjoy the catchy music in my 30-second promo for FastPM Wizard. There’s also a longer video here where I walk you through how to fill out the application so you can avoid being rejected.
Here is a free working demo to show you part of the FastPM Wizard™. You can try it now for free to estimate the number of months and hours to claim on your PMP application for one of your projects. The full FastPM Wizard™ will help you with much more including all the other fields in the PMP application that can cause problems with getting […]
Pay $5 and Tim will review your resumé, CV, or LinkedIn profile for the PMP application. He’ll give you his expert opinion on whether your current project experience is likely good enough to get the PMP application approved.
Watch my video below to see how to complete your PMP® Application so that you don’t get rejected. I’ll show you the fields that can cause problems with getting your PMP application approved. And I’ll explain why people pay to use my FastPM Wizard™ to help them avoid being rejected. I’ll also explain why you should not follow the advice of your PMP instructor or some templates they gave you for filling in your PMP application (they don’t have the experience with rejected applications that we have). Tip: You don’t actually need to watch this video if you purchase FastPM Wizard™. FastPM Wizard will guide you through everything for your PMP application and you won’t need to worry about it getting rejected — we guarantee it.
Here’s what you need for getting your PMP application approved quickly and pass the exam: 1. Submit a PMP application on certification.pmi.org to have your PM experience and education approved. As I explain in this video, be very careful to avoid…
The PMP application process consists of your application followed by an exam. In your PMP application, you will need to describe your project management experience and qualifications using the language of PMI’s PMBOK. If PMI has concerns with your stated experience or qualifications they will ask you to either: revise your application wording to address their concerns; resubmit your application at a later date after […]
Get your PMI PMP application approved quickly. Let FastPM Wizard™ fix your application hassles. You can stop worrying about learning the tricky rules and wording and get your PMP certification quickly.
After helping dozens of students, friends, and colleagues with their PMP applications, I launched FPMcertify.com because, honestly, the PMP® application process is a big hassle. With FastPM™, I’ll take care of the time-consuming part of understanding the PMI online application and doing all the tedious data-entry.
But FastPM™ also lets you not worry about the other big questions you might have with your PMP application, such as: