I am watching the PM Prepcast to get the 35 required hours and hopefully gain some info. I am ordering other materials as well. What I need is a plan for watching the podcasts that will make some sense to me. I am watching by the numbers, starting with E00.01 and going up. I feel like I am missing the big picture somehow. Will it all come together at some point? Is there a better method?
The simplest plan: Read chapter X from the PMBOK Guide and then watch the same chapter in the PrepCast. (Note that we have more PrepCast videos than PMBOK Guide chapters - so this doesn't work 100%). Go through 1 PMBOK Guide Knowledge Area every week, which gives you about 12 weeks of study time.
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