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TOPIC: Studing the Modules - Which Order

Studing the Modules - Which Order 4 years 11 months ago #13078

  • Brittany Tyrrell
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Mr. Fichtner mentioned going through all of Module 00, followed by all lessons that end in .00, then going through Module 70 and back through the lessons in order.

When is it recommended to watch/listen to modules 30, 40, 50, 60 and 80? Prior to completing the main lessons or afterward? The expert interviews and successful exam takes make sense for after, but what about Agile Project Management and Applied Concepts?

Thank you in advance for the insight!

Studing the Modules - Which Order 4 years 11 months ago #13180

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Brittany,

I suggest studying the modules in the order Cornelius indicates (Scope -> Schedule -> Cost etc) and leaving Project Integration Management last. For the PMP exam, you do not need to focus on Agile Project Management. However, a thorough knowledge of project life cycles is suggested.

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Studing the Modules - Which Order 4 years 11 months ago #13185

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I agree with Stephen. At least for the first pass through, the order Cornelius recommends is much more logical from a learning standpoint.

Good luck!
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