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Process Memorization 6 years 8 months ago #1580

  • Joseph Fabin
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Anyone have a system for memorizing the process framework?

Re:Process Memorization 6 years 8 months ago #1582

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Hi Joseph,

I printed pg 43 of the PMBOK and looked at it each day while I was studying and watching the prepcast. I also printed each process overview page showing the inputs, tools & techniques, & outputs (i.e. pg 73 for integration, pg 104 for scope, etc).

I've been studying for a couple months and have my test in 2 days and this helped me with my memorization and understanding of the processes. Hopefully this will help you out.

Good Luck,

Michael Borgman

Re:Process Memorization 6 years 8 months ago #1585

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Hi Mike,
Thanks for the reply, I'll do the same. I'm also memorizing the order, because by answering the Ready-Set-Pass questions, it seems to be important. No easy way to do this that I know of, just repetition. The best of luck to you in passing.
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