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TOPIC: Question From Emma Pan, PMP

From Emma Pan, PMP 8 years 7 months ago #460

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Emma Pan, PMP sent us the following lessons learned:

Date: August 19, 2009

The exam was, as has always been described, very tricky. There are questions where all the choices are possible answers and you just have to select the best one or the next best thing to do.

What is very nerve-wracking is the next 2-3 minutes from the time you click submit and await your results. Then you will be suspended again for a few minutes as you answer the survey. It was quite an experience.

As of the PMPrepcast, I think it would help to enumerate the inputs, tools and techniques and outputs at the end of every topic as a review. This is done for some topics but not for all.
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