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I PASSED THE PMP ON SEPT 11, 2009
8 years 4 months ago #598
Georges C. Nama, PMP
Here are my LLs:
1-Put your entire trust in God and do not rely in your intellectual capabilities.
2- I started preparing (just "jogging") for the exam on May 29th, 2009. I really started the marathon one month ago after my audit was cleared by PMP®. The key is to be committed to your studies and keep yourself stuck to your study plan.
3- Took hundreds and hundreds of free sample questions and 5 entire simulated 4-hour exams. My score progress report went from 44% (3 months ago) to 85% yesterday, the day before the exam. Websites used: PM Study, PM-abc, Oliver Lehmann, TechFaq360, PM-best, Velociteach.
4- I Strongly and aggressively recommend (1) Mr Cornelius Fichtner's PM PrepCast lectures along with his Formula Guide and the invaluable resources from his websites, and (2) Mr. Andy Crowe's Prep Book (the book comes with a key giving you a one week access to his website Velociteach where you can watch his video lectures and practice simulated exams).
Congratulations and thanks for your generous recommendations after your experience. I was surprised to see you mentioned in your last sentence that you found the exam even more difficult than the sample questions seen in Andy's and Rita's, is that so? Lucia
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