PRINCE2® Foundation Exam Simulator (Premium)

About this exam simulator


What is PRINCE2 Foundation?

PRINCE2 is a project management methodology from AXELOS that provides practitioners with a step by step approach to managing projects.

There are two main levels of certification for PRINCE2: it starts with the Foundation level and then goes to the more advanced Practitioner level.

Format of the exam

PRINCE2 Foundation is a multiple-choice exam with 60 questions. You have one hour to answer the questions, and the passing score is 55%.

The exam doesn’t have any prerequisites, and you can prepare for the exam using eLearning courses (such as ours), classroom courses, or self-study.

When you’re finished with your studies, you can buy a voucher for the online exam from one of the Accredited Training Organizations such as us.

Types of questions in the PRINCE2 Foundation exam

You need to be familiar with the PRINCE2 methodology and its terminology to succeed in the exam. Questions are not scenario-based and are not subjective, which makes it straightforward.

About these sample questions

This is a very large pool of PRINCE2 Foundation questions. The topics in this package are usually covered by about 800 questions in a traditional system. This package, however, uses the Infinite Exam Simulator engine, which can deliver those questions with more than 400,000 variations. As a result, you always see new questions when you take the sample exams multiple times and have a better opportunity to prepare for the exam.

When you finish a sample exam, you will receive full feedback for all questions.

Note: You will receive this package for free when you buy the PRINCE2 Foundation eLearning course or the official online PRINCE2 Foundation exam voucher.

Is this the right package for me?

This package is a great help for PRINCE2 Foundation candidates. However, this is not a substitute for learning and can be used only for refining your knowledge and filling in the gaps. You need to study well before starting to use this package.


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