But otherwise it is still useful. Will be crucial on the exam. For beginning programmers looking to learn C , this practical guide provides a bright alternative to the legions of dull tutorials on this popular object-oriented language. I started my reading on the 11th January and eventually wrote the exam today. The in-depth coverage of complex topics like Earned Value and Quality Control are presented in an easy to understand format with descriptions, pictures, and examples. I finished the exam with 35 mins remaining. Because of change of my schedule in the next half year I rescheuled and that only allowed me 3 days to prep.
Take as many tests as possible, dont worry about results just go with it and your instinct , but be care full in elimination methods. Give your brain a break! Otherwise might give you a wrong image where you are. You advised me not to worry too much for 6th Edition as I missed taking my 5th Edition exam. I planned to study 4 hours daily except weekends since March 2018 in total around 50 Days time. There are more question with 2-3 confusing options. The result surprised me with 4 Above target and 1 Target Initiating.
In the meantime I took really short sample tests using the app pmp mentor. My mock test scores Greycampus test 1 Link given on this page — 68% Project management academy 68% Edwel 90% Oliver 100 questions 82% Simplilearn 72. Make sure to prepare your own lesson learn after each mock exam!! For exams I got almost all situational questions. Keep Kim heldman optional I already have ebook Any suggestion is welcome. Oliver Lehman and Simpli learn were very near the complexity level of Exam though. I attempted few mocks as suggested by Edward and my score was as below. Your website helped with the mathematical questions! Please let me know if my scores show i am sufficently prepared for the exam.
I took 88 hours of an Executive Project Management certificate program and 21 hours of prep test. The Process : It all fits together Chapter 4. Even if you are scoring lesser than 70% in some of the mock tests do not get disheartened and pick up all the reasons why it was wrong and improve. But also, I think, my scores were around 65-75% on the mock exams. I took all the free mock tests in the link you have provided.
Note that I found the two headfirst tests to be virtually identical. Yes you too can do it. In addition, I also found the pmstudycircle. Yes, not a single one mock exam would be similar to the real exam. I took all the free mock tests in the link you have provided. During the mocks I was able to rule out two answers easily but in the actual exam, tricky questions had three close choices. I had a moment of regret during the exam.
In the real exam, I felt unconfident on many many answers I made. You want to remember everything that you're learning about project management, but your brain is working against you! Below are the my percentage 1. They gave me a scratch paper booklet that had about 6 pages in it, as well as a calculator. I'd say try to limit your brain dumping to ~8mins max… Hope this helps. Solved chapter end questions from Andy Crowe.
A week later I got 73. You should be able to understand following: What should be main focus on project manager always during project execution? Hi Edward, Thanks so much for providing these insightful tips and links. Examination : It was straight forward but testing. I gave 11 Mock Paid+Free to practice over 3000+ questions 2 weeks before main exam. I am sharing my lessons learnt for the community hoping this might help someone like me. There is No point remembering sequence, tools and techniques for each process areas. Then I came across Praizion.
They were invaluable to me in my study process. Today I passed the exam with Above Target and your logic of above 75% can pass the exam holds good. You can go to the and access their , the complete , and the excerpt, absolutely free. Average across all tests on a first run through was around 75% some higher, some lower. After completing Rita, I gave one full length test in Simplilearn. I will post your sharing asap. My wife had 3 Above Target and 2 Target.
What to do, what next… Personally Rita book helped me a lot. As you are scoring 70 — 75 in your mock exams, you are indeed quite ready for the exam. I studied all your notes first for all chapters then Rita once and then skim through Pmbock once, did your suggested mock exams and finally questions from your site twice. . I just practiced the math questions 1 day before the exam and i think i got all the math questions accurately! Thank you for your fabulous website which has contributed in my success. Some questions will try to kill your time, do not fall prey to it. The real breakthrough for me happened after a month of learning when i realized the importance of understanding the process flow.
Combination of any of the two books mentioned above would work. Also remember this exam need lot of knowledge and practice so make sure you commit lot of time if you want to pass for 3 weeks I studied from 6am to 3pm even it was saturday or sunday I knew I have to get up at 4am if I want to get this done. It not only gives you confidence, but improves your Project Management knowledge. From my 2 attempt, I realised exam questions are tricky and all the answers can be a possible solution in real life. Recommendation for the simulator: i Oliver Lehman 175 question was the closest to the exam in terms of difficulty.