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TOPIC: Question LL - Passed PMP first attempt on March 31st

LL - Passed PMP first attempt on March 31st 5 years 10 months ago #2772

  • Murali Bala
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Following are materials that I used -
1. PM Prepcast podcasts.
2. PMBOK - Read 2 times
3. Rita Mulachly - Read 2 times.
4. Subscribed to ***PMP Exam Tips*** by Cornelius Fichtner

Blogs -

Free Exams:

-- Use your time wisely. When in doubt, mark the question and revisit it later.
-- Read the question carefully. Read it twice if need be.
-- Understand ITTO's. No need to memorize.
-- Memorize Page 43 of PMPBOK - All 45 processes are listed.
-- The PMP exam questions are much harder then most of the prep exams outside (except for PMStudy and PM exam simulator)
-- When tackling questions, always think from a big project perspective.
-- On the Exam: Use the first 15 minutes to braindump all the EV formulas and process chart.

Best of luck.

-- Murali Bala
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