I passed my PMP Exam at the first attempt.
It was not a hard exam but tricky.
I studied for a month only. I wanted to beat the change of syllabus deadline of Jan 11th.
Here is what I did for the exam:
Studied the higher level Project Management Process map well and browsed over key concepts in the PMBOK 5th edition.
1) Practiced all 9 Prepcast Exam Simulator Questions in Exam conditions. [/b]This helped me to finish the exam 35 minutes before time to review the marked questions.
2) Studied the questions which I got incorrect and then referred back to the PMBOK 5th edition.
3) Studied the Earned Value Management Concepts and formulas and practiced the math questions. There were plenty of math questions.
4) Practiced Network Diagrams. There were only a few network questions though.
Good Luck to all.
Somnath Ray CPA, PMP, SAP Certified Application Associate-SAP HANA
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