The Hidden Ethics Questions That You Missed on the PMP® Exam

Many people report that they didn’t see any ethics questions on the PMP® exam.  What they failed to see is that ethics questions are everywhere on the exam.

You know those infamous questions that seem to have at least two right answers?  Many of these are ethics questions.  One of those two right answers is the better choice from an ethical perspective.

When you become a PMI member, and as part of the PMP® application process, you are required to agree to abide by the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.  You also agree to not share details of the exam questions with anyone.

Sounds boring, right?  Who reads those things anyway?  Like the endless license agreements, privacy policies, and terms of use that are required by lawyers, but that no one reads.

The PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct is different.  It’s brief, clear, and practical.  It’s a useful tool to help you make the right decisions.  You really do need to read it. You can download the PDF here.

Become familiar with the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, and you’ll not only be able to answer these types of questions correctly on the PMP® exam, but you’ll also make better decisions in your real-world project management.

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