Tips for PMP Exam Preparation?

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robertputin
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I start studying PMP but feel very difficult, can you give me some advise? which steps? which document should read, which simulation should use?

Thanks in advance :)
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dhaughey
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Hi Robert,

I recommend Rita Mulcahy's 'PMP Exam Prep'. The book is written in an engaging style and is easy to read, well organised with plenty of useful exam tips. Make sure you buy the 7th edition, the most recent.

Good luck with your studies.

Duncan
Peter1970
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Hi Robert,

You feel difficult is normal, me too :)

You should read PMBok overview, after that read Rita or Head First. There are some tips at http://projectmanagementlearning.blogsp ... label/TIPs

Good luck!
robertputin wrote:I start studying PMP but feel very difficult, can you give me some advise? which steps? which document should read, which simulation should use?

Thanks in advance :)
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dhaughey
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Hi Robert

Take a look at this PMP Self Assessment Test. The test covers the current exam version and is 75 questions in 90 minutes (timed). It also has useful references for each question.

http://www.oliverlehmann.com/pmp-self-t ... stions.htm

Duncan
Kriti
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Read PMBOK thoroughly. Refer to books like Rita Mulcahy exam prep, Andy Crowe and take a lot of practice tests. I took a free practice test by Simplilearn and found it to be useful. Others are oliverlehmann.com, pmzilla.com, etc.
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