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2 years 10 months ago #19181

Emily Rivera, PMP

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Ramesh, studying for the PMP exam is time-consuming. It is important to give yourself enough time to study all the materials and take practice exams. Depending on how much time you can devote to daily studying, expect to spend at least 6 weeks preparing for the exam, and most likely more than that. I studied for 3 months (using Rita's book and the PMBOK along with the exam simulator) prior to sitting for my exam. It was definitely worth my time to read both books.
2 years 10 months ago #19180

Ramesh Singh

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Looks like most of the users are suggesting Rita and PMBOK. Will it not be too much of content studying both the books?

I'm going through PM Predcast plus exam simulator, just thinking studying above too books along with Predcast going to take a lot of time?
2 years 10 months ago #19177


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Rita, PMBOK 6edition, but above all buy PM Prepcast Audio/Video and PM Prepcast Exam simulator, and practice the exam after you 8 weeks or reading and listening to the materials.
2 years 11 months ago #18682


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Rita's was very helpful. I also did a project management academy bootcamp right before taking the exam. The PM Prepcast simulator was helpful as well
2 years 11 months ago #18678

Nara Arzumanyan

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Definitely it should be Rita Mulcahys PMP prep book - it's very much situational with great quizzes/tests, also download number of applications like PMP Exam Mentor, Quizlet and PMP Pocket prep and do as many mocks as possible.

Good luck
2 years 11 months ago #18676


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Rita mulcahy pmp exams prep

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