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Hi guys, i passed my PMP in first attempt at 4th April,10. I am sharing my lession learned with you.
1. First, i tried to read PMBOK, but after reading some pages, i retired, coz it was so boring that i felt sleep often.
2. Then i found this PM Prepcast tool, mainly i bought this to get the required contact hour, but when i go through the episodes, i was amazed to see the easiest to way get prepared, i became fan of this, i listen all the prepcast episodes.
3. then i tried Rita's book , but i didn't like it, so i stopped to read.
4. then again i started to listen the PM Prepcast with good attention, with second listening session, i got myself very clear with the concept.
5. I read the PMBOK then, mainly the tools and techniques.
5. Then i solved almost 800 questions, my recommendation is try to solve Rita's fast track.
6. then sat for the exam, and passed:)
My few recommendation to you who are preparing yourselves for the exam
1. Listen PM Prepcast twice
2. Read carefully tools and techniques from PMBOK
3. Solve atleast 800-1000 questions before going to exam, try to solve Rita's fast track, Oliver lehman's 175 onlilne question, Head frist 200 online question, free online question from PMSTUDY.
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