Prepare Mentally for the Day of the PMI-ACP® Exam
After several intense and hard weeks of study and preparations, you are now ready to take on the PMI-ACP Exam. And the mental preparation in the last 24 hours before you actually take it are just as important as the weeks of study before. You want to be well prepared, both physically and mentally, to tackle the questions and pass the exam.
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Develop Practice Questions to Prepare for the PMI-ACP® Exam
One of the best study tools you can use for passing the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Exam is to take multiple practice exams using an exam simulator. As you are preparing for the PMI-ACP® Exam you are in fact preparing to take a 120-question multiple choice 3-hour exam. And just as if you were an Olympic Athlete, taking this exam becomes your specific athletic competition, and you have to continuously train for it in order to be successful. An effective way of "training" for your PMI-ACP Exam is to develop your own practice questions in addition to answering other practice questions.
Take a PMI-ACP® Exam Prep Class
Classes that offer extensive and comprehensive coverage of the material required for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Exam should be an integral part of your study plan. The primary benefit of these sessions is that you can interact with the instructor and other project managers and agile practitioners in the classroom studying alongside you. This interaction ensures you get firsthand experience on how to approach situations, and the underlying principles that govern them. You will need to ensure that the instructor is PMI-ACP® certified and that the material is based on the latest version of both the PMI-ACP® Examination Content Outline, as well as the latest version of the PMI-ACP® Exam Reference List.
Tag Team Your Studies with Other PMI-ACP® Aspirants
Preparing to sit for a difficult exam like the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® requires a great deal of individual planning, discipline and commitment. You are your most important resource in your journey to becoming PMI-ACP® certified. But regardless of how difficult the journey is you do not have to go it alone. There is nothing wrong with (and actually recommended) that you engage and collaborate with other PMI-ACP aspirants as part of your study plan. And based on recommendations from previous OSP International students, the benefits of doing this are plentiful. Following are some tips on how you can team up with others to help all of you achieve PMI-ACP® Exam success through collaborative ‘tag team’ study efforts.
PMI-ACP® Examination Content Outline Quick Facts
Here are some quick facts about the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Examination Content Outline that will help you make the most of this important resource as you prepare to sit for the PMI-ACP Exam. We highly recommend that you read the entire Content Outline and use it as a guide to understand the different areas of content included on the exam. This is because the Content Outline describes the knowledge, tasks, and skills required to effectively perform in the role of Agile Practitioner on your Agile Projects, as well as what you will be tested on when you sit for the exam. It is also important to note that Project Management Institute (PMI)® Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.s) such as OSP International use the Content Outline as the basic foundation for all or most of their PMI-ACP® Exam training materials in order to target those areas of knowledge necessary to successfully pass the PMI-ACP® Exam.
Obtaining the PMI-ACP® Certification: A Good Career Decision?
You may be wondering if obtaining the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification is a good decision for your personal career path. Although the reality is that only you can make that decision this article contains important information to help you make it. But before we get ahead of ourselves, do you know what PMI-ACP® stands for? It stands for Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner and is the Project Management Institute (PMI)® certification that “recognizes an individual’s expertise in using Agile practices in their projects, while demonstrating their increased professional versatility through Agile tools and techniques”. In other words, once you pass the PMI-ACP® Exam, you are then considered a PMI Agile Certified Practitioner.