Why do I have to re-register?
The PRINCE2 Examination Board has determined that all PRINCE2 Practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 years of their original certification. This re-registration comprises a 1-hour examination set at the same standard as the Practitioner examination. All Practitioners who have taken the PRINCE2 Practitioner qualification since October 2000 have agreed or are agreeing to this requirement as part of their initial application and so are now designated as Registered Practitioners.
How long does my PRINCE2® registration last for?
The registration has a validity of five years and Registered Practitioners will be required to take a re-registration examination to confirm their competence in the PRINCE2® Methodology before the end of the five year period.
What happens if I have gone past my 5-year period?
You should contact SPOCE who will be able to arrange the PRINCE2® Re-Registration exam for you. If you have exceeded the 5-year term, you can still take the 1-hour PRINCE2® Re-Registration exam. In the meantime you should be aware that your "Registered" status is lapsed, and this will show on the APMG Successful Candidate Register.
What format is the PRINCE2® Re-Registration exam?
The Re-registration exam follows the same format as the PRINCE2® Practitioner exam but the Question Booklet contains three questions, giving a total of 30 marks available, to be answered within one hour.
The pass mark is 17 from a possible 30 marks (55%). Each question tests one of the syllabus areas. The exam can be taken at any of SPOCE's venues (paper-based), or electronically (online) at your place of business or home.
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