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I don't know where is the mistake 5 years 5 months ago #2085

  • Mohamed Abdulrahman
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I've entered PMP exam 3 times but I didn't pass. I don't know where is the shortage from my side. I did everything possible for this exam.

I read PMP book 3 times, I get PMP study book for Kim Heldman (it is good book by the way), I watch prepcast videos 2 times, I solved more than 2000 sample questions on all knowledge area, I solve 6 simulated exams 4 of them from PMSTUDY.com and my average score was 77% in these exams.

I don't know what else I've to do, I think I did everything possible to pass the exam but I didn't pass, please advise.

Re:I don't know where is the mistake 5 years 5 months ago #2087

  • Joan M Rausch
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I would highly recommend taking a PMP Prep course either online or at your nearest college. SOmetimes it takes another form of learning to help everything make sense.
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