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PMP/ CAPM 2 years 9 months ago #11947

  • Christy
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I took my CAPM (and passed) about 2 months ago, because my work paid for it and put us through classes for it. However, I am eligible to take my PMP and would like to do so while everything is still fresh in my memory. What else do I need to study for the PMP? Should I still take the full course? I want to try to pass it before they change to the 6th edition. Where should I start?

PMP/ CAPM 2 years 9 months ago #11951

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Hello Christy,
you still have 3 months, this is enough to fully prepare for the exam if you will utilize your time wisely.
I highly recommend that you go through some of the lessons learned posts, I am sure it will guide you very well. you can access it from here : Lessons Learned forum
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