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I met my PMP milestone date on Jun 2, 2011. Based on my experience I've following suggestion for succeeding PMP exam.
Since all PMP applicants are professionals along with their Family life so it’s very important to get organize your time properly. First put an effort to Read PMBOK guide & PM Prepcast for two full cycles taking as much time as you can. Then set an exam date. Get ready for a three week plan where the last two week should be full day preparation, keeping in mind that the last day of third week is your exam date. In these three week practice solving questions available in different websites and then read PMBOK, Rita Mulcahy and PM Prepcast. 3-4 days before exam appear for full practice tests available in different websites to get flavor of actual exam.
1) Review PMBOK, for all process, Input-Output-Tools & Techniques. Understanding these are real important then memorizing as in exam you will be given a situation to answer.
2) Solve as many questions as you can available in the different source.
3) Practice simulation test before exam and then revisit PMBOK.
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