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Thank you Cornelius and team!!!! 1 week 1 day ago #30337

  • Abraham Morris
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I would recommend Prepcast to everyone who is aspiring to sit the PMP exam. I studied on another site and thought I was good enough. One day I met one of my professional friends and expressed my concern to her that I was studying for the PMP exam. I was quick to let her know that I was ready to do the actual exam.

She said I should prove it by doing a quiz on Prepcast. She put up her login and opened a 50-question timed quiz. I scored 42%. I was shocked and asked to try the strict 100 questions. She afforded me the time, and I scored a better grade of 43%, 1% better. She didn't say anything, but me asking her to send me the link to Prepcast, which I bought right on the spot.

These were her last words "when you start scoring 65% and above, don't hesitate to schedule your real exam."

I developed a study tool. I didn't listen to the simulation since I already had the 35 required hours. I started the untimed practice quiz and included the ITTOs questions.

The course's best and most helpful part is the relevant and detailed explanation and rationale for each answer choice. As I took the quizzes, I referred to the PMBOK guide recommended under the explanation and rationale section and read it for every wrong answer I got and even some correct ones that I wasn't 100% sure of.

I created an excel spreadsheet for the ITTOs to group them according to similar inputs, tools and techniques, and outputs. After my first week, I did the first exam and scored a fair 72%. I continued this study habit and did the rest of the exams scoring better grades every time.

One week before my exam I decided to listen to the Agile booster. After the first 4 lessons on the booster, I turned it off and knew that the explanations and rationale for each question I practiced were enough for me to sit the real exam.

I set aside exam 4 for a final test 2 days before my scheduled PMI-PMP exam. I did this to do my final test of knowledge before the exam to see if I should postpone if I didn't get above 85%. I scored an 87%.

At this time, I knew in 2 days I would successfully pass the PMP exam, which I just did with an "above target" score.

Thank you Cornelius and team!!!!

Thank you Cornelius and team!!!! 5 days 3 hours ago #30343

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Congratulations on passing the PMP exam! It is a huge endeavour and it deserves a lot of celebration! :)
Daniel Soerensen, PMP, CSPO

Thank you Cornelius and team!!!! 3 days 14 hours ago #30348

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Hi Abraham,

Congratulations !! I'm not quite there yet, I'm averaging about 65% on the quizzes and after taking Exam 1 got 67%. I'm interested in learning more about the spreadsheet you used to group ITTO's could you please add a screenshot, so I could review and see if something similar would aid my study.


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