Project Management Professional (PMP)® Student Profiles:

Student Profile: Krishan Kakar, PMP

Krishan kakarA result oriented energy sector professional, leading with exemplary skill in building team spirit, motivating and incorporating knowledge sharing culture. Working with power industry since 20 years’ gather experience in O&M, project management and contract management.

Presently working as Head Of Engineering with Alstom Power at Dubai

I would like share the strategy which I followed for preparing;

1. I read PMP book + Rita + Andy Crow
2. Mug- up 47 process of project management. There are some tip to remember this example for knowledge areas: In School The Calculus Quiz Has Created Really Poor Score =  Integration Scope Time Cost Quality HR Communication Risk Procurement Stakeholder
3. Mug-up the formula EVM, NPV, Purchase

Focus on:

·  Mug-up the ITTO of Initiation and closing because they are only 4 process and covers 20% mark.

·  Prepare Initiation, Execution, M&C and Closing  well. They all together cover up +70% marks

·  HR execution process Acquire team, Develop team and manage team.

·  In planning Risk management, Scope, time and quality

Finally take online mock test and make sure you score above 70% in these test. I took 07 online mock tests with PM exam simulator.

I passed my PMP in second attempt. In first attempt I prepared well but didn't appear any mock test. In second attempt prepared like before with focus on understanding the concept. Then appeared 7 mock tests at PM precast. My score was between 75 to 82 in all tests. I cleared PMP with all modules scored moderate. PM PrepCast is best to judge your preparedness.

Krishan Kakar, PMP



Training for Project Management Professional (PMP)®, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®, and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®