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7 months 1 week ago #19559

Sonia King

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Congratulations. I completed a program through Onward a military offered program, it took me all 3 months to get through it and pass all quizzes at the end of each module. Then I felt I only learned it high level, I attempted to take the actual practice exam and got a 45, then a 55, and quit. I started viewing videos again from Udemy phillip, and youtube videos by Praizon, and that one from Vargas. Here i am today and I will be starting the prepcast course hoping this help because I need to take the exam before March 6th as part of my onward program.

Its been very difficult and Im not sure why because ive done PM for several years. Im hoping prepcast does it for me,
7 months 1 week ago #19550

Elizabeth Harrin

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Congratulations, Myke, what a great way to start the year!
7 months 1 week ago #19549

Myke a

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Early November 2019, I bought Rita’s book and started studying (there was no way I was going to read the PMBOK Guide cover to cover). Shortly after, I decided to buy Joseph Phillips’ course on Udemy and I found it a lot more convenient so I gradually detached from Rita. Completed the course, booked my exam and bought the PrepCast simulator and score 72.5% in my first test. Second one was 73% and the last I took was 77% (after reviewing process groups that I identified as weak points). I went into the exam with confidence, but nothing really prepares you for a PMP exam. I felt my confidence drop as I approached the end (didn’t manage my time well from the beginning) and was elated to see “Congratulations” on the screen when my time ran out. I couldn’t have passed the exam without PrepCast!

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