A good way to gauge your readiness to take the actual PMP Exam is to practice using a PMP Exam Simulator. There are a variety of them on the open market, and some students choose more than one PMP exam simulator, so confirm the PMP Exam Simulator product you buy includes these MUST HAVE features:
1. Look for an Online PMP Exam Simulator that fits your budget. Do not be fooled into thinking that just because a simulator has a reasonable price that it does not offer a comprehensive product. Compare features, costs, reputation, and take advantage of any free trials offered.
2. Confirm that your prospective Online PMP Exam Simulator is based on the PMBOK Guide (current fourth edition), represents all of the question types and provides hints/explanations for each question.
4. Look for an Online PMP Exam Simulator that helps you learn the material by allowing you to review the exam questions and explanations after taking the exam (“exam” mode) and question by question during the study or “learning” mode. Reviewing questions right away will help you to identify and focus on specific Process Groups and Knowledge Areas from the PMBOK Guide. Make sure your exam simulator gives you access for at least 60 days so you can go back and review the questions and re-take the exam.