I have a specific question to the test procedure.
Does anybody know how much time you get before you start the test?
I mean: You get into the test room. Sit down. Have some papers in front of you.
Do I have sufficient time to draw down my brain dump sheet? Or do I need
to start the test immediately so the time used for the braindumpsheet will
cut from the 4hours
There is no "official" time that you receive to write down your brain dump sheet. However, here is what most students report back:
When you get into the testing room you are guided to your seat. You sit down and then the employee will start the tutorial for you. The tutorial takes about 5 minutes to do but they give you 15 minutes to complete it. So you have the option of using 10 minutes of that time for your sheet.
Make sure, that this is OK. Just ask them: "Once I am finished with the tutorial do I *have* to start the test or may I use up the complete time of the tutorial otherwise?"
Until Next Time,
Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM
President, OSP International LLC
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