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ARMP Exam (ARMP01)

The Associate Risk Management Planner (ARMP) exam assesses candidates' understanding of risk management, risk modeling, and the types of risks faced by an organization, including how to identify and analyze them using models and metrics. The ARMP is one of the professional designations offered by the National Institute for Business Continuity Management (NIBCM.net).

This exam is comprised of 50 Multiple Choice and T/F questions. You have 60 minutes to complete the exam. In order to obtain the ARMP designation, you must obtain a pass mark of at least 50%.

There is no course or Risk Management related work experience required to sit this exam.

Once registered for this exam, you will have two attempts to achieve your needed score. If you have not achieved the needed score by the second attempt, you will have to re-register to re-take the exam at a later date.

This exam also includes a Practice Exam, to help you prepare for the actual ARMP exam. You can retake the Practice Exam as much as you like.

Once registered, you will have 90 days to complete the ARMP exam. If you do not complete the ARMP exam during this time period, you will have to re-register to re-take the exam.
  • Practice Exam
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed