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TOPIC: Use my methodology to pass PMP

Use my methodology to pass PMP 5 years 4 months ago #16680

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Hi All ,
Finally ! i have successfully passed PMP exam !
I would like to thanks project-management-prepcast team and all my friends.

Here is my passing experience.
1. study PMBOK one time , duration 120 Hrs.
2. study Rita 9th edition one time,duration 80 Hrs.
3. You must learn PM methodology , create one small project using PMP methodology.
Prepare each and every document ( from Project Charter to closing....) 60 Hrs.
4. Prepcast , minimum 3 mock test with an avg 60% ( note,I failed all mock test ) 12 Hrs.
5. Please note , test will show you detail report. ( strength and weakness ).
6. trick of the trade . after each mock test reviewed and analysed each and every question using PMBOK and Rita .
furthermore, to review 200 question i spent 25 Hrs ( Almost one week - depth analysis and study required ) ( Total 75 Hrs )
go through PMBOK again but in fast mode (20 Hrs)
7. one day before exams , do not read anything. Clear your brain...
Reason : one day before very easily you will get trapped in confusion.
Relax, Play , watch movies , swimming ..... eat well. go to bed early .
you must have 8-10 Hrs of good sleep. Believe me it works !!! your brain must be free from all worries. ( total - 24 Hrs)
8. Exam day , good breakfast is must ... couple of coffees.. or so on.
do not read anything before exams ( no formula , no ITTOs , nothing at all).
10. Exam center , be at there at least one hour before.
11. Play mobile games.. watch sports videos.... do not read single word... couple of espresso coffee shots..
12. during exam , after every question close your eyes and deep breathing techniques..
13. No matter what you have to control your exam and manage your time.
14. difficult question / big question / calculations/ do not lose time mark it for later....
15. your hard work and dedication will pay you off ! step out with pass result :-) .
16. conclusion , there is no shortcuts to pass PMP exam.
18. Wish you best of luck.

Many thanks & kind Regards,
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Use my methodology to pass PMP 5 years 4 months ago #16740

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Hi Nooruddin,

Congratulations on passing the PMP Exam! Thank you very much for sharing your tips here with us here in the forum.

We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!
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