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PMP exam in Kyiv > Lessons Learned > January 2018 2 years 3 months ago #14648

  • Fedir Ruzhynskyi
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I have passed the PMP exam from the first attempt on January 2018. My lessons learned are:
1) Try at least 2 sources to have a broader view on the topics. I used PM Prepcast, Rita's PMP exam prep.
2) Don't read PMBOK thoroughly, but spend 2-3 hours once to go through the book in order to get a general understanding.
3) Don't prepare for too long! I spent 1.5 years to prepare, it appeared to be too much since after a year, I started to forget what I learned a year ago!
4) On the exam, don't bring all the food and stuff: they give you their own water, but don't allow you to eat until you finish the exam.

PMP exam in Kyiv > Lessons Learned > January 2018 2 years 3 months ago #14650

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Hi Fedir,

Congratulations on passing the PMP Exam! Thank you very much for sharing your experience in preparing for and in taking the exam. I'm sure aspiring project management professionals will find your post helpful. Have a good day!
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