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TOPIC: AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward

AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward 3 months 2 weeks ago #27605

  • Adil Sahid
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Dear Friends,

I wanted to share my success and thank all the individuals for sharing their experiences and study techniques.

Total Prep time- 6 Weeks

Week 1-2
Read PMBOK (horrible and dry) also read The Agile Guide
Took time to digest what I read.

Week 3-4
Joined Udemy PMP Prep Course for the 35 hours of Educational credits.
Joined PM Prepcast - Don’t think twice about this, the best resource to mimic the exam scenarios.
**Mr. Cornelius Fichtner and team - thank you, you are masters at your craft and helped shape my career.

Weeks 4-6
Continued with the Udemy Course
Watch Vargas PMP youtube video on ITTOS.
Took Prepcast Exams until I hit the threshold of questions 2000.

Mock Exam 1 - 52%, retest: 82%

Mock Exam 2 - 61%, retest 84%

Mock Exam 3 - 64% - retest 85%

Had no real time for full exams so I just took 90 questions whenever possible. I scheduled my exam when I hit 74%.

Exam Day:

· Got a good night’s sleep
· Reviewed the Agile Guide

· Showed up early to testing site and waited for 1 hour ( the battle was already lost inside my mind)

The Exam

· All Situational Based, 60-70% agile questions. The questions were wordy and required a read or reread.

· Take your breaks , its nice to get a breather.

· Think before you Act and remember you are a Servant Leader.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Chris Amenta, Badreddine El mdari

AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward 3 months 2 weeks ago #27607

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Congratulations ! How were the questions in terms of vagueness ? Also level of difficulty compared to the Prep cast quizzes?

Thanks

AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward 3 months 2 weeks ago #27608

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Hi Kavitha, over all the questions were a little more broad and explained a situation. You need to dichotomize and find " what is being ask" and then analyze " as a leader "what is first", or "next" , or "the best choice"
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AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward 3 months 2 weeks ago #27609

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Thanks Adil. Also, how did you do with time?

AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward 3 months 1 week ago #27628

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Had about 30mins to spare. Hope that helps.

AT/AT/AT - Paying it Forward 3 months 6 days ago #27662

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Congratulations and thanks for the info!
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