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Pass on 09/28/16 1 month 3 weeks ago #8532

  • Keith Aclin
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I passed with three Proficient and two Moderately Proficient. The two that were low were Initiation and Closing. HOW do you get Moderately Proficient on those two areas? On the practice exams I was scoring in the 80% or higher on those areas. So I take it as a great sign that I did so well on the other three areas.
I did a lot of self study, did all of the practice exams here and read PMBOK at least three (or four) times in total. No other study aids or tools, except a few of the free practice exams on the Internet/ Watch out for those, as many do not have the correct answer OR are from PMBOK V4! So if you are studying for the exam next year, they will be slightly helpful, just realize a number of the questions will be wrong when you take the test, as they are referring to out of date material.
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Pass on 09/28/16 1 month 3 weeks ago #8548

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Keith

Congratulations on passing the Exam! I had a similar situation like yours when I sat for the exam. I did much better in my weaker areas and not so good, on my strong areas. The end result is you passed and now it is time to relax and enjoy this accomplishment.

Kevin
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