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.
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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