AT A GLANCE
No. of Attempt
Mock Exams Attempted
PMBOK® Guide Read
|“All the mock exams which are out there on the web may not have good question, to top it – the questions are not complete and to add to confusion – the answers are wrong …”|
Sharma Kavita passed the PMP® exam in first try. Below are his lessons learned.
- Everyone can pass the PMP® with structured planning and study
My PMP® Lessons Learned
1. PMP® Application
- Applied for PMP® exam at PMI®.org website
- You might get an audit, so be careful when filling the contact details for your projects
2. Fix a date for the PMP® Exam
- Got hold of a seat early through the Prometric website.
3. My Study Plan
- Read the PMBOK® Guide Guide at least twice – You must familiarize yourself with the language of PMI®. It helps if read and understand the PMBOK® Guide Guide.
- Read Rita’s PMP® Book / Head First PMP® / or any other PMP® exam prep book – This will help you understand the PMBOK® Guide concepts better and easier.
- Attempt as many practice exams as you can – This is the most important part of the exam preparation. You really need hands on experience for the 4-hour exam.
- I did at least 50 questions each day for 14 days in a row
- However, some questions are of very low quality that might just confuse you.
The PMP® Exam
- I arrived at the exam center early.
- I made the mistake of not bringing anything to eat as I was hungry during the PMP® exam.
- Do expect noise. Someone may be attending a typing test beside you.
~ PMP® Lessons Learned by Sharma Kavita