Anyone who is interested in project management can take the PRINCE2 Foundation certification.
There are no formal prerequisites for the PRINCE2 Foundation certification.
The PRINCE2 Foundation exam is a multiple-choice exam consisting of 60 questions, with a pass mark of 55% required (33 Marks required out of 60 available). This is a closed-book exam.
The PRINCE2 Foundation exam is 60 minutes long.
There is no limit to the number of times you can retake the PRINCE2 Foundation exam.
The PRINCE2 Foundation certification results are usually available immediately after completing the exam.
The best way to prepare for the PRINCE2 Foundation exam is to enrol in a training course, read the official PRINCE2 manual, and practice with sample questions.
It usually takes around 20-30 hours of study time to prepare for the PRINCE2 Foundation exam.
There are no specific prerequisites for taking the PRINCE2 Foundation certification. Anyone can enrol in the programme.
The PRINCE2 Foundation certification is ideal for project managers, team leaders, business analysts, and individuals involved in managing projects.
The PRINCE2 certification is a globally recognised project management certification that provides a comprehensive framework for managing projects of any size and complexity.
Candidates should complete the PRINCE2 Foundation exam or have an equivalent qualification to be eligible for the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam.
The PRINCE2 Practitioner exam is a 2.5-hour (150 Minutes), open-book exam consisting of 68 multiple-choice questions.
Candidates must achieve 55% or above (38 marks out of 68) to pass the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam.
Yes, candidates can retake the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam if they fail. However, they must wait at least two weeks before attempting the exam again.
Yes, practice PRINCE2 Practitioner exam questions are available in the online Learning portal on our website.
The time it takes to prepare for the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam varies depending on the candidate’s prior experience and knowledge. However, most candidates require 30 to 40 hours of study time.
The PRINCE2 Foundation certification provides a basic understanding of the PRINCE2 methodology, while the PRINCE2 Practitioner certification demonstrates advanced knowledge and application of the methodology.
Yes, candidates must renew their PRINCE2 Practitioner certification every three years by taking a re-registration exam or attending a continuing professional development (CPD) programme.
The PRINCE2 Practitioner certification provides candidates with a globally recognised qualification that demonstrates their project management skills and opens up new career opportunities.
The PRINCE2 Practitioner certification is one of the most widely recognised project management certifications worldwide, along with the likes of PMP and CAPM.