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The new PMP® exam is a combination of many question types. Some of them are very new to PMP® aspirants.
* Multiple responses
* Drag and drop (new): This could be used in definition and process questions. Attendants drag and drop to match the items listed in 2 columns.
* Hotspot (new): This could be used in calculation questions. Attendants are provided a digital graphic, then calculating and pointing out the requested data.
* Limited fill-in-the-blank.
New PMP® Exam 2021: 4 product backlog prioritization techniques
1. Kano Model
2. MoSCoW (MSCW) analysis
3. Paired Comparison Analysis
4. 100 Points Method
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