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I am happy to share that I have passed PMP with 2Ps and 3 MPs last friday
I studied for 4 weeks and mostly referred PMBOK and pm simulator questions as the main source - practiced quizzes a lot - other huge source was GOOGLE! I read a lot around various topics (I cherrypicked what to read and from where to read, some of the times it was about my mood) on internet. I am surprised people do not use internet for preparing PMP as much as they use it for anything else, even wikipedia is an amazing source of knowledge. I focused on understanding the concepts more than remembering ITTOs but I could remember all the processes and it wasn't difficult at all. I was scoring 70+ in quizzes but I could cross 80 only once and it did not scare me at all (I read about people being scared due to not getting 80+ scores before they go for exam). I am good with timing the exams from my school and college days so I only practiced full length exam twice and I was doing good although I never gunned for 80+ - I was confident about what I knew.
On exam day and before a day, I stayed relaxed by sleeping and playing rackquet ball
Thanks and regards,
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