But, I recommend only those products that I believe will definitely help the certification aspirants. Get to the basics and the logic of these questions. I read all 3 books 3 times in 10 days and last 2 days I did practice from online exams. The author s gives relationship of the current chapter with other chapters. It is easy to understand and read. Do not forget to plan a couple of weeks as reserve in order to accommodate any delays in your schedule.
The language of the book is easy to understand and lucid. Bill Cure Hi: Here is what my feedback was after the exam. You can see the results of my quality management section questions below. The guide also helps one improve their project management skills and prepares them towards working with team members, project leaders, and project managers. I had gone through the multiple links suggested by the users in the forum and was able to pass the exam on June 12th in the first attempt. I believe that the exam has changed its character since 2005 at least twice. Your valuable input will be of very high value.
You have to purchase it and you will receive it to your address. Look back for past one month, jot down some key activities and group them at a high level. As you can see, I took my own notes for each mistake to remember the weak points I had and I scored 77% correct answers from this section quiz. Otherwise, it could be detrimental for the Exam. This may be confusing for some learners.
But, 'Simple studies', 'guides', 'notes' can never replace the true study. The percentage of questions that needed calculation was less than 25% and the calculations were relatively simple. I think it's enough to use only Rita's prep materials and not stick to an another source. However, you should treat it as a companion book to the. But unfortunately, the real exam was not nearer to that of Rita's chapter-end questions. It is steadier than Soft version.
The examination is computer-based and is comprised of 200 multiple-choice questions. Understand the exam as a mosaic piece for your future. I attended the exam yesterday and unfortunately could not get through. If you got it wrong, understand the reason: is it because you were in a hurry to pick the answer, you did not understand the concept, or you did not remember it. Make sure that you use a variety of sources of prep questions to be prepared for that. I share my exam tips here in the hope of helping fellow Certification aspirants! I was getting around 85-95 marks in the practice exam.
Pages 16-17 along with Rita's Process Chart on page 39 are very helpful. Attending a classroom training is not a good option. However, to clear the exam, the rest need to be cleared through conceptual understanding and good logic, which is the litmus test. That way you will get more of your answers right for situational type questions. Because you cannot afford to take pot shots in the exam. They dilute the value of the certificate. Rita's book helps you get a decent grounding.
Thanks in advance, Surya Dear Surya c. Warm Regards, Mohit Sharma Just passed the exam on Saturday, August 13, 2011. Rather than focusing on process inputs, outputs, and tools and techniques, it goes over the practices of how to manage a project and how a process will help when managing a project in real-life. Mulcahy is talking to you. We will also see how to pick the most suitable one for you and how it helps.
The book assumes that the reader has experience of managing a few projects. Both of these two versions are not applicable in Mobil Phone. Every chapter starts with a small background and introduction. Mit freundlichen Grüßen — Kind Regards Oliver F. I used 3 books for the exam preparation and I cleared in 12 days.
Rita's resources textbook and exam simulation software are nowhere near detailed enough to prepare anyone for the exam. Only when I got 85% in a chapter test, I moved on to the next chapter. I took my exam and passed. What reading materials did you use? It is your personal development. If you think you are going to get stuck with a question, you can mark it and move to the next question. It is quite a normal process, which brings from time to time new ideas, concepts, terminology into the exam. I put in about 10 days straight, finished the book about 3 times along with other books that I wanted to read, took the 4 hour test twice, got 85% on the first time, got 70% on the second round.
Reading and understanding questions is also very important for the exam. If you find it confusing, you can ignore this chapter and read the rest of the book. Without belittling the value of the rest of the book, I think you can only for this chapter. Good luck in the exam. Keep track of your scores in each exam and apply Kaizen continuous improvement to raise the bar on the target score you want to achieve. Can anyone recommend a pool of exam test questions that are at par with what is on the exam? Don't just rely on Rita alone.