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Topic History of : Passed Above AT/AT/AT - May 1st 2021

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1 year 6 months ago #27398

Sneha Patel

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Great to know, glad you found it useful
1 year 6 months ago #27378

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Thank you, that video by Ricardo was very helpful in linking all the processes in a more holistic way.
1 year 6 months ago #27313

Stan Po - Admin

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Sneha,

You are very welcome!
1 year 6 months ago #27312

Sneha Patel

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Many thanks Stan, your inputs to my questions were very valuable! Thank you again for your support in my journey!
1 year 6 months ago #27309

Stan Po - Admin

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Sneha,

Congratulations on passing your exam!

Thank you for sharing your success and lessons learned. I remember the inputs that you submitted through our simulator’s Live Feedback™ support feature. We are glad to hear that our products helped you prepare for and pass your exam.

Good luck in all your future endeavors.
1 year 6 months ago #27300

Sneha Patel

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Hello all! I am happy to share with you that I passed the PMP Exam with AT/AT/AT on May 1st. I often came to this forum to get inspiration from others who passed and imagined myself writing this post. Well, here I am!

I am so thankful to the PrepCast Community for helping me prep for this tough exam. The PrepCast Exam Simulator was the best find for me, I am not sure if I would have passed without the Mock exams! I scored between 69-73% on the four Mock exams (one attempt each) and was definitely nervous if I would pass on the first attempt! I did not get any formula questions, most were situational based where two options were easy to eliminate but the remaining two was tough to pick. This is where the Mock exams came in handy for me to get into the PM/Scrum Master/Servant leadership mindset.

Two main study materials for me were:
1) Prepcast Quizzes (did random 10-20 quizzes up until a week before the exam) + Four Mock Exams (last 6 days before the exam)
2) Ricardo's video:


Also, due to Covid, I had a lot of vacation days left and made the best use of it by taking a week off. I was having trouble multi-tasking with full time work and studying. The week off was another great investment for me as I could really set aside time to study study study! 6 days before the exam, I felt so unprepared but going through the mock exams really helped me. I spent about 7-8 hours just reviewing each of the Mock exams once I was done! I am glad I took my sweet time to review both the incorrect and correct answers as I learnt a lot from those detailed explanations. Well done to the PrepCast team and Cornelius for a brilliant tool! If anyone would like to get in touch to know more, feel free to connect with me on Linkedin ( www.linkedin.com/in/sneha1 ).

Good luck to all future PMP aspirants, you can do it!! Just requires some hard work and dedication but it is definitely doable! Hope this post gives a boost of confidence to some of you! I was very much relying on these posts prior to my exam :)

Cheers,
Sneha

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