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30 Sep 2020 16:28
  • Gracie L
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My name is Grace, my exam scheduled early December, I have self studied PMbook & Rita 9th Edition twice, currently on my 3rd time reading while Taking exams from Exam simulator randomly but with rather low scores.
to Improve my score rate, I am looking for a study partner either online or situated in Stockholm, Sweden. My initial idea are for exchange study plans, experience, feedback, review as well as practice some of difficult knowledge area together. Sounds good? please leave your contact mail or DM me . Thank you for your time!
29 Sep 2020 20:28
  • hMary
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hello Marsh, I was just searching for a study partner and this came up. If you are still interested please let me know i plan to write the exam 1st week in December.


Thanks,
26 Sep 2020 01:07
  • Marsha
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Hello,
I am looking for a PMP Exam study partner in Toronto, Canada . Would like to write the exam October/November 2020. If interested and serious about studying, send me an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Thanks,
Marsha
10 Sep 2020 16:19
  • Cornelius Fichtner
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Hey everyone,

First of all, apologies for the current long delay in answering all your questions. PMI and our company are undergoing a MAJOR shift in PMP exam preparation, so my focus as the president of the company is completely absorbed with those changes. I'll be responding to the questions separately, but wanted to first give you this text here, which we posted on our website only yesterday:

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Additional PMI and PMP Exam Prep Update

PMI is going through a considerable transformation. They are changing their long-standing Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) program to a new Authorized Training Partner (ATP) arrangement. We have recently been approved as an ATP. This means, that we will be using the new, PMI-developed PMP exam prep training materials to help students prepare for the "new" exam starting. Our first training for this is tentatively scheduled to begin in November 2020. As a PMI ATP we are no longer allowed to offer recorded training. Instead, the format of the new training must be live instruction. In our case we will offer virtual sessions with a live instructor in a 5-day class as required by PMI. When our plans firm up, we will be announcing these details on our website and newsletters. We don't have pricing or other details for November 2020, but given the new format, it will most certainly be at a much higher price point than The PM Prepcast offering (US$229).

If you are interested in the November 2020 live virtual training course details, please join our PMP exam tips newsletter at www.project-management-prepcast.com/free/pmp-exam-newsletter , and you'll be automatically informed when class registration opens up.

Until December 31, 2020, The PM Prepcast offers quality training and good value. The 35 contact hours from the PM Prepcast do not expire. The PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition is still a valid reference to prepare for the exam. As an ATP, we have access to a set of "clone" questions from the REAL PMP exam in Jan 2021. These questions would be very similar to real PMP Jan 2021 exam questions, and these questions still list PMBOK Guide Sixth edition references.

However, as mentioned above, The PM PrepCast only covers approx. 85% of the new exam content. For example, lessons that describe the current exam content outline would be irrelevant. One should instead read & study the latest exam content outline very closely. About half of the new exam will represent predictive project management approaches, and the other half will represent agile or hybrid approaches. So, reading the Agile Practice Guide and other agile resources is very important.

Our current recommendation is this: If you are planning to take your exam in 2021 but want to begin immediately, then The PM PrepCast is still a solid approach. PMI will accept the 35 contact hours earned in 2020 for the 2021 exam. So start now to have adequate time to absorb information and study at a reasonable, less intense pace. Then, once it is available use the new version of The PM Exam Simulator (PMP 6.1) and practice to see if there are gaps in my understanding that you may need to cover using other resources.

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This information was posted here: www.project-management-prepcast.com/pmp-...date-the-pm-prepcast
28 Jul 2020 12:37
  • Jason Thomas
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Looking for a study partner as well, hoping to take the PMP test in October 2020.
02 Jul 2020 07:36
  • Hi..Need PMP study partner..
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I am planning to for exams in Oct 2020.
28 May 2020 05:11
  • Elaine Chong
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Hi everyone,

I'm a PMP candidate targeting to sit for exam in October 2020. I've been studying during the entire lockdown period; however, my overall mock test & quiz score is still at average 65%.
I am hoping to find an online study partner (given the current situation) to brush up on what's lacking behind which I can't seem to figure out.
I hope there are takers. Interested candidates can always give me a PM to work out on a communication platform.
Many thanks in advance!
03 May 2020 23:54
  • Anonymous
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Need to join the study group. Pls add me in to join the discussion.
20 Apr 2020 23:35
  • Cornelius Fichtner
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pmiak.org/index.php/events-register/prep...ote-virtual-training

We have partnered with PMI Alaska to offer a completely online training course with coaching to help you pass the PMP® Exam. The coaching sessions will provide the structure and accountability to help you stay focused and able to master the content required to pass the PMP exam. It will also help you become a more effective project manager.

This blended training course uses the PM PrepCastTM online course paired with an experienced PMP exam trainer. You will watch the online video lessons at a time convenient to you. In addition, you will attend live online coaching sessions once a week on Saturdays. The coaching sessions provide a summary of the content that you learned outside of the session and provide an environment for asking questions and doing mock practice exams. There will also be a bonus exam prep session focused completely on passing the PMP exam.

You will receive access to the PM PrepCast, the PM Exam SimulatorTM, the PM StudyCoach GuidebooksTM, and PM FormulasTM, as well as seven sessions with a trainer.

The live coaching sessions meet on the following Saturdays: April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30. The live exam prep session will meet on Saturday, June 6.

Meet the Trainer: Herbert G. Gondor, PMP, IPMA Level B: Herbert has more than 30 years of experience in managing projects in the financial, pharmaceutical, electrical and construction industry. For the last 15 years, he has provided both online and classroom seminars for PMP examination preparation and Project Management methodology. Herbert supports his clients with passionate training and coaching on demand.

Click here to visit the PMI Alaska page and sign up:
pmiak.org/index.php/events-register/prep...ote-virtual-training
16 Apr 2020 17:17
  • Juan Sanchez
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Not sure if this forum is the best route to find study partners since it's challenging to share contact information.

As a solution, I joined my local PMI Chapter (NYC) and joined their next study group. Likewise, I'm going to form an accountability group with other coworkers going for PMP.
15 Apr 2020 16:51
  • Sheela Karthikeyan
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15 Apr 2020 03:47
  • Jia Bin Tang
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Hi Cornelius and all,

I'm not sure if any of the PMs have this scenario (I personally have not experienced this though). Let's say I work in company A, and the supplier or vendor has been partnering with you as a PM in Company A.
After I left Company A and joined Company B, which happened to be in the bidding process for a new project for Company B. However, the same supplier has also participated in the bidding for Company B.

Since I have worked with the vendor for Company A, do I then need to excuse myself from the evaluation process in Company B and inform the stakeholder? Or can I participate in the evaluation process for Company B?
14 Apr 2020 18:29
  • DAMAGO
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I'm planning to take it next month! if someone is looking for help just let me know!
13 Apr 2020 23:04
  • Juan Sanchez
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Hi All,

I am also interested in finding an online study partner. My target date will be around 3 months from today (~July 2020). I'm based in NYC so any close to US eastern time would be ideal.

All the best, Juan
13 Apr 2020 10:25
  • Wawan Ridwan
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count me in.. i am also prepared for PMP exam during covid19 self isolation.
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