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TOPIC: Solved Lessons Learned in Passing The Exam on the First T

Lessons Learned in Passing The Exam on the First T 3 years 7 months ago #4296

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Here are a few things I found very useful...
  • Pay attention to all the lessons, take notes and use them.
  • Do lots and lots of practice questions.
  • Keep track of the questions and areas where you are not scoring well and research them in the lessons, PMBOK and online tools
  • Commit your cheat sheets to memory early and practice them often
  • When you go to take the test, go through the intro material from ProMetric quickly (it's pretty simple). They give you fifteen minutes to finish that and it doesn't count as test time. Use any remaining time to create your cheat sheets, why waste valuable test time if you don't have to!

Good luck!
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