Category: Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam using A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)

Create a PMP® Study Plan for the PMP® Certification Exam

Create a PMP Study Plan for the PMP Certification ExamThe Project Management exam is the hottest certifications exam today. It is the most challenging project management certification exam to prepare for. This is because most of those thinking about taking this exam are at the stage of their career when they are already working full time and then they try to find the time to study for their certification.

If you think that the PMP Certification exam is your average college test where you can cram yet still get high marks, then think again. The PMP exam is anything but easy. It is an experience-based exam in a 180-question, 230-minute, computerized format. When you are studying for the exam, you could answer the sample questions easily enough in the comfort of your own room with no ticking clock, no distractions, and no security cameras pointing at you. However, during the actual examination, you will find yourself in a radically different setting.

Think of it as the battleground and you as the soldier. And any good soldier would create a battle plan before the exam. He knows that planning can spell the difference between passing and failing. You have to formulate strategies in terms of how to answer and review the questions, how to ease the tension from your body and how to replenish your energy. Your battle plan will serve as your guide during the exam and will help you focus on the task ahead of you. With a battle plan, you will be able to breeze through your exams knowing that you have everything under control and you can maximize the time allotted for you to finish the exam within the allowable period.

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