Congratulations! Let us know your lessons learned and how our products have helped you prepare.
Please remember that you are not allowed to discuss any specific questions that you encounter on the exam.
Our students generally tell us the following:
- Questions from the exam simulator are "wordier" (longer) than on the real exam
- Questions on the simulator are somewhat harder
- A score of 70%-80% in the simulator is "good"
Please remember, however, that these are just "anecdotal" references. This is not a "scientifically reviewed" statement. It's simply what we see in simulator testimonials, feedback emails and in some lessons learned.
Until Next Time,
Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM
President, OSP International LLC
Thanks for your reply , i have already pass the exam on 12 November 2013 , actually the real exam was way harder than the simulator & was full of formula questions for my very good luck , the first 10 to 15 questions was so hard that i thought i will never pass the exam but after that things start to be acceptable , the exam time was short compare to the questions length it was some how rarly to find a simple direct question as in simulators , but i pass Thank GOD , my advise to the coming test takers focus on the work flow of the change requests and study , understand the contracts type and finally Good luck for everyone
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