PMP Exams: A Great Deal of Convenience and Hard Questions

There are currently many kinds of Certification Examinations being provided by the Programming Companies for users of their programs.
In this case, the PMI gives the opportunity for Project managers and employers to test their employees of their skill in Project management.
As seen in the case of Alfred, who had just passed the PMP Certification Examinations, his employer wanted to see if he was experienced enough for promotion.
The passing of the PMP was crucial to his success.
From being a part of the Project Management team, he is now the Project Manager.
The Examination is far from simple as many others, who have taken it, would attest.
It is set in a Multiplication Choice test, but being that, it is still a tad more difficult to pass that the others.
It has a series of irrelevant information, which are meant only to confuse the applicant from answering incorrectly.
But the good thing about the PMP Certification Examination is its apparent time flexibility in terms of when an applicant may take it.
It is also flexible in terms of where.
An applicant, like in the case of Alfred, may choose to take the Examination of the computer.
Or, it may be taken in its written form.
This makes it a highly convenient Examination to take.
But whatever its conveniences, the Examinees would still have to go through and answer 200 questions in 4 hours.
There are however, 25 trial questions that are not counted as part of the final score.
And these are intended as dummy questions, which the examinees have no knowledge about.
For a pass to be made, there must be a relative success rate of at least 60.5%.