Are you ready for the PMP exam?
There is a revolution in PMP Credentials. It is mandatory for project managers to become PMP certified. This credential shows that you have the best methods and best practices for project execution.
Are you mentally ready to sit for four hours?
Are you willing to choose the earliest possible date from the slots on the website at Prometric Centre?
Are you aware of your strengths and weaknesses?
Have you ever practiced scenario-based questions in all knowledge areas?
Have you ever created a small book with important formulas and notes?
Have you ever prepared a final exam to test your skills one day before the exam?
Are you able to score more than 80% on your mock tests?
Do you think you’ve highlighted the most important points in the PMBOK or other books that you have read?
You can create your own time-table, splitting the time slots for each chapter separately so you can dedicate your time to each knowledge area.
You should always have a small book or other study material with you wherever you go.
Join a PMP Preparation Study Group and answer the questions without looking at the comments of others.
Try to conceptually understand the ITTO (Input, Tools & Techniques – Output) concept.
You should practice at least one new simulation test each day before you appear for your exam. Make sure the test has the correct set of questions and covers all knowledge areas and processes. Make sure the test is not too difficult or too simple. A simple test can boost your confidence but it can also misguide you, and you might have a difficult time in the actual exam. You might feel discouraged if you take a difficult test a day before the exam. It is important that you only visit PMP test websites that have high quality questions.
Concentrate on PMBOK Guide with complete dedication and try to cover any text highlighted or underlined by you at the time.
You must complete all formulae on the sheet that was given to you by the examiner at the exam center.
Use the time you have been given before you start the paper. Write down all the processes and knowledge areas.
Google will show you the route to your prometric center, so that you can choose the best transport to get there at least 45 minutes ahead of time.
When answering the questions, try not to imagine a small project with a small team. Remember that you are managing a large team and a large project.
Do not jump to the answers immediately. Read the entire question thoroughly before you do. You might end up marking an incorrect answer.
If a question is too long or is in one of your weaker areas, don’t spend time on it. Mark the question and move on to the next question. You can always return to this question later.
Do not think about previous questions you have attempted, instead focus on the current question.
Remember that you don’t have to know everything when studying for the PMP(r). Don’t spend too much time on topics that you find difficult.
The PMP certification exam is built on an ideal project organisation. Use this as a starting point to prepare for the exam.
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Preparation for the PMP Examination – Are You Prepared?
Are you ready for the PMP exam?