Finally, there are noticeable differences between this updated PMP Examination Content Outline and A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition. While there are some commonalities, it is important to note that the volunteer taskforce involved in the study described previously were not bound by the PMBOK® Guide. The taskforce members were charged with outlining critical job tasks of individuals who lead and direct projects based on their experience and pertinent resources. （機械翻訳：最後に、この更新されたPMP試験内容の概要とプロジェクト管理知識体系ガイド（PMBOK®ガイド）–第6版との間には顕著な違いがあります。 いくつかの共通点はありますが、前述の調査に参加したボランティアタスクフォースはPMBOK®ガイドに拘束されなかったことに注意することが重要です。 タスクフォースのメンバーは、経験と関連リソースに基づいてプロジェクトを主導し、指揮する個人の重要なジョブタスクの概要を説明する責任を負っていました。）
About half of the examination will represent predictive project management approaches and the other half will represent agile or hybrid approaches. （機械翻訳：試験の約半分は予測プロジェクト管理アプローチを表し、残りの半分はアジャイルまたはハイブリッドアプローチを表します。）
Almost all PMP candidates can take their exam online. However, online proctored testing is not permitted in Cuba, Iran, Sudan, North Korea, Mainland China, Japan, South Korea, and Slovenia. Candidates in these countries may see the online proctored testing option when they schedule their exam, however, they will be unable to see availability for online testing. Instead, PMP candidates in Japan, South Korea and Slovenia must take their exams in a testing center. PMP candidates in China must take their exam during paper-based exam events that occur four times a year. PMI is not permitted to conduct business in Cuba, Iran, Sudan, and North Korea due to sanctions.