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TOPIC: What is the best approach?

What is the best approach? 1 month 3 days ago #28277

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I kinda fell off with studying however, I previously completed my training hours.

Do you have any recommendations on getting back on track

What is the best approach? 1 month 2 days ago #28281

  • Kyle Kilbride, PMP
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Much like an actual project, it will be helpful to come up with a bit of a schedule for yourself. Book the exam for some point in the future and give yourself enough time to review. For instance, I gave myself 3 months to study and focused on the exam simulator, and Rita's Exam Prep Book. I knew what my goals were week to week as far as what material I wanted to get through, and ensured I left enough time for review.

Set your goal, make the plan to execute, make sure you have the preparation material, and go!

Kyle
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