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TOPIC: how to improve my limitations before my exam

how to improve my limitations before my exam 6 months 3 weeks ago #26935

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Hello, I had read PMBOKv6 & RITAv10 many a times and i well good in PMP concepts & techniques. When clock ticks , i get panic & pressurized and hence i score less marks (less than 50%).
Could you please support or mentor me on how to improve my limitations before my exam (2nd week of April 2021)
1. Reading the questions only once
2. Grab the question after reading it only once
3. Grab the keyword
4. Problem Solving Approach
5. Elimination Techniques


how to improve my limitations before my exam 6 months 1 week ago #27067

  • Elizabeth Harrin
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Hi Ebenezer. It sounds like you know the content, and it's simply the exam room pressure that is getting to you. Have you read this article? www.project-management-prepcast.com/how-...et-pmp-certification Section 32 is about how to manage your time, so that might help.

Honestly, it's just practice and not letting your nerves get to you. Just do your best. Cover up the clock if that helps, when you are doing practice tests with the exam simulator.
Good luck this week! Let us know how you get on.
Elizabeth Harrin

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