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2 years 2 weeks ago #15336

Zmmar70

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Oh, keep making rest of feeling bad :-). Good job....
2 years 4 weeks ago #15235

Shirley Gabug

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Good luck and give us the good news soon :)
2 years 1 month ago #15221

Nathan Boling, PMP

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Thanks everyone for your feedback and advice. I will keep doing what I am doing but maybe program in a little more down time, don't want to be burnt out going into the exam.
2 years 1 month ago #15219

Tracy Shagnea, PMP

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I agree with Ty and John. You are in great shape.

Keep your edge by continuing to take practice tests. Pace yourself, you don't need to burn out.

After each test, analyze your results to see where your weaker and review those topics. But I think you can go at a fairly relaxed, measured pace at this point.

Best of luck!

Tracy
2 years 1 month ago #15218

John Wolverton

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Nathan, you’re way out front and doing great. Relax a little too. As for me I still like the flashcards to review while drinking a cup of tea.
Best Wishes
2 years 1 month ago #15216

Ty Weston, PMP

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You appear to have a strong command so far. Keep it up and keep taking practice exams.
I would say you seem to be strong enough to pass the exam, according to your practice scores. Keep in mind that you strive to stay well rounded in all areas as some folks have failed even with high practice scores.
You look to be in good shape.

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