AT A GLANCE
VA, United States
No. of Attempt
Mock Exams Attempted
|PM FASTrackPM StudyOliver LehmannHead First||
PMBOK® Guide Read
|“On closing notes, I would say the BEST way/plan to study is ‘your own way/plan’. Prepare your own notes instead of getting from others.”|
Ruchir Ghosh passed his PMP® on May 23rd. Below are his lessons learned:
- Got more questions in Organizational Structure, Procurement Management and Scope Management.
- Many situational questions.
- Prepared for about 3 months. Word harder during the last month.
- Read PMBOK® Guide Guide twice.
- Read Rita’s PMP® Exam Prep twice.
- Listened to PM PrepCast™ to understand the content and to gain the 35 Contact Hours
- Took practice exams from PM FASTrack, PM Study, Oliver Lehmann and Head First.
- Understood the ITTO’s without memorizing them.
- Try to focus on concept understanding rather than memorizing
- Do not take Professional and social responsibility chapter lightly. You might get many questions related to professional and social responsibility in the exam.
PMP® Exam Tips
- Learn the project management concepts and how they relate to your daily work.
- Solve questions correctly first and then you can try to increase your speed.
- If you have 80-90% correctness on your practice exam, you are ready for the real PMP® exam.
- Don’t underestimates the level of difficulty of the questions. They are meant to be challenging.
- Try to get support from your family for your exam preparation.
~ PMP® Lessons Learned by Ruchir Ghosh