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2 years 8 months ago #13167


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Hi Ailen,
Is there a way to print the PMP flow map? I am a visual learner as well and find your flow map a great tool for studying. Thanks for sharing :-) Congrats on passing the exam!
2 years 8 months ago #13166


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Hi Ailen Pedraza, I really find your PMP Flow map helpful. Is there any way that the pages can be printed individually?

Thank you for sharing and congrats on passing the exam!![
2 years 8 months ago #13140

Ailen Pedraza

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I could not study using books or traditional resources, I am a visual learner so I made this guide
2 years 8 months ago #13082

Mohammed Alsaedi

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Hello there,

25% What would you do next?
20% What would you do in this situation?
20% What process are you in?

These questions which I have had on my exam, it was very difficult to me. Could you please give an example how did you distinguish ITTO among these above questions and to give an example for each one?

Thank you for your supports
2 years 8 months ago #13070

Ty Weston, PMP

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I did not do a brain dump either. Practising memorizing the 47 processes pretty much every day was the key for me.
2 years 8 months ago #13065


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Dan Ryans simulator is good. Its pretty cheap too. My advice is to mind map each of the 10 knowledge areas. Know how inputs become outputs or utilize the same inputs. Do 1 a day and really know each knowledge area from planning inputs to closing outputs. then I would look at EVERY TOOL and technique and know what situation you would use them. You don't have to memorize them but be able to name where a tool or technique is used and what it is used for.

Head First is good book that walks you through each step and has good questions.

Again, I would say that 85% or more came from PMBOK and I never sat down and read it.

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