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TOPIC: Question Passed on March 30

Passed on March 30 5 years 7 months ago #2754

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Passed on first try this past Friday. I will be brief for the sake of brevity.

1) Took Walter Wawruck's prep course (about 80% of my studying... it's a lot of material and focuses on understanding and assimilating the information, not short-term memory capture... very conducive to PMP questions).
2) PM Prep Cast (for listening while driving, another 15%). This was very valuable for summarizing content from Walter's course.
3) Memorized the 42 processes in the PMBOK (another 5%). If I had more time, I would have taken the time to better understand the tools & techniques, because those questions were probably my weakest performance on the test.

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