A special thanks to the people on here that responded to my recent concerns about "feeling" ready enough to take this exam again, after failing miserably in July!
I ended up passing with 4MPs, and 1 BP (was a bit bummed by the 1 BP initially I'll be honest, only because I was getting Ps and MPs on all the mock exams, lol), but being that I've always struggled with my nerves during standardized exams, I need to know that a PASS is a PASS, and have confidence in the all knowledge that I know I've attained throughout this entire experience! Besides, I realize that I can now use that BP as a great opportunity to understand where my initial focus should be in terms of further growth via my PDUs moving forward.
The PM Prepcast videos and for SURE the Exam Simulator fully helped me to reach my goal and for that I just want to send out an even more special thank you to Cornelius Fichtner! 5 months in total of studying and then buying the PMPrepcast products in early September really helped me to gel all my previous knowledge together that much more, so that I truly understood everything, and it helped VOLUMES in terms of my test-taking strategy and with pacing myself during the exam via the simulator.
Congratulations, You earned this certification. You cared about the learning and I can see you did your best improve because you used our forum as a resource. That's what we're here for. Keep learning, there's so much to gain through PDU opportunities.
Michael DeCicco, PMP
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This interview with Simona Fallavollita (LinkedIn Profile) was recorded at the magnificient Project Management Institute (PMI)® Global Conference 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. We discuss the how, what, why and when of the changes that are coming to the PMP exam.