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Fered with insider secrets test tricks and tips hundreds of sample uestions and exercises designed to strengthen mastery of key concepts and help candidates pass the exam on the first attemp. if you need to pass the pmp exam read this book and then uickly glance through PMBOK once I did it one chapter a day from this book and revising it the following day went through PMBOK in one day uickly glancing over chapters and cleared my PMP exam in 16 days with 2 Ps and 3 MPs Cheating for the Chicken Man first attemp. if you need to pass the pmp exam read this book and then uickly glance through PMBOK once I did it one chapter a day The Last Runaway from this book and revising it the On Tidy Endings following day went through PMBOK in one day uickly glancing over chapters and cleared my PMP exam in 16 days with 2 Ps and 3 MPs

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This book is based on the th edition PMBOK please look for the updated th edition book by Andy Crowe ISBN A study guide for the Project Management Professional PMP certification exam this book. Here s what I did Studied carefully the Andy Crowe glossary It is comprehensive than the PMBOK Read very slowly and carefully the entire PMBOK Read slowly and carefully the entire Andy Crowe I purchased the book in March 2014 and it was the 4th printing of the 5th edition Probably a total of two or three editorial errors vs early printings noted by early fifth edition reviewers I memorized the Knowledge Area vs Process Group Matrix aka the 47 processes p 46 of Crowe and the formulas on p 226 of Crowe I did every practice exercise in Crowe I also did most of the practice exercises in PMP Exam Prep by Christopher Scordo In all I did a little over 1100 practice uestions Crowe and Scordo The evening before the exam is re studied very carefully the entire Andy Crowe glossaryI did my preparation over a period of about three weeksWhat I liked about Crowe was his explanations that are simply not in the PMBOK The rational and explanations of the linkages are a key to understanding Rote memorization expect for page 46 and page 226 are not enough to pass as there are too many subjective decisional uestions on the exam eg what is the best option for the project manager to or which is the next step the project manager shoudl take Additionally Crowe s practiced exams have a better explanation than Scordo Scordo simply has a lot practice uestionsCrowe s tips about the exam and how to take the exam were every much spot on He only missed one point Because the computers in the computer based testing room generate a lot of heat the room is kept very cool Sitting in that cooled room for about 4 hours and 20 minutes total time of the test introduction and the test became a test of human endurance I was so cold I was shivering Glad I wore a thick long sleeved shirtOver a half million PMPs can attest that the PMP exam is not impossible to pass You must have both the knowledge and understanding to pass this test You can t succeed solely on testing skills You can fail however if you are not testing savvy Crowe provided a source to gain that knowledge understanding and testing skills Flat World Navigation for the updated th edition book by Andy Crowe ISBN A study guide A House of My Own Stories from My Life for the Project Management Professional PMP certification exam this book. Here s what I did Studied carefully the Andy Crowe glossary It is comprehensive than the PMBOK Read very slowly and carefully the entire PMBOK Read slowly and carefully the entire Andy Crowe I purchased the book in March 2014 and it was the 4th printing of the 5th edition Probably a total of two or three editorial errors vs early printings noted by early Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, fifth edition reviewers I memorized the Knowledge Area vs Process Group Matrix aka the 47 processes p 46 of Crowe and the El Gaucho Martín FierroLa vuelta de Martín Fierro formulas on p 226 of Crowe I did every practice exercise in Crowe I also did most of the practice exercises in PMP Exam Prep by Christopher Scordo In all I did a little over 1100 practice uestions Crowe and Scordo The evening before the exam is re studied very carefully the entire Andy Crowe glossaryI did my preparation over a period of about three weeksWhat I liked about Crowe was his explanations that are simply not in the PMBOK The rational and explanations of the linkages are a key to understanding Rote memorization expect Fragonard Art and Eroticism for page 46 and page 226 are not enough to pass as there are too many subjective decisional uestions on the exam eg what is the best option Mao Zedong for the project manager to or which is the next step the project manager shoudl take Additionally Crowe s practiced exams have a better explanation than Scordo Scordo simply has a lot practice uestionsCrowe s tips about the exam and how to take the exam were every much spot on He only missed one point Because the computers in the computer based testing room generate a lot of heat the room is kept very cool Sitting in that cooled room The Monarchs Are Missing for about 4 hours and 20 minutes total time of the test introduction and the test became a test of human endurance I was so cold I was shivering Glad I wore a thick long sleeved shirtOver a half million PMPs can attest that the PMP exam is not impossible to pass You must have both the knowledge and understanding to pass this test You can t succeed solely on testing skills You can Touchstone fail however if you are not testing savvy Crowe provided a source to gain that knowledge understanding and testing skills

REVIEW The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, Fifth Edition

Provides all the information project managers need to thoroughly prepare for the test Review materials cover all the processes inputs tools and outputs that will be tested and extra help is of. Very good Excelent book Deciding to Be Christian for the test Review materials cover all the processes inputs tools and outputs that will be tested and extra help is of. Very good Excelent book


9 thoughts on “The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, Fifth Edition

  1. says:

    Here's what I did: Studied carefully the Andy Crowe glossary It is comprehensive than the PMBOK Read very slowly and carefully the entire PMBOK Read slowly and carefully the entire Andy Crowe (I purchased the book in March 2014 and it was the 4th printing of the 5th edition Probably a total of two or three editorial errors vs early printings noted by early fifth edition reviewers.) I memorized the Knowledge Area vs Process Group

  2. says:

    I don't usually write product reviews but when I reached what should have been labeled as Chapter 9 and the book has it as Chapter 10 (there are two chapter 10s in this book), I feel compelled to comment I bought this book for the purpose of studying for the PMP exam As a seasoned project manager I realize the importance of details This book has error from small (formatting inconsistencies) to major (the form

  3. says:

    Disregard all the complaints about typos and errors As of this post, I am verifying that is shipping the TENTH printing of the 5th Edition which is dated January 2017 I was concerned myself but it's a non issue now I looked up some of the typos mentioned by others and they have been fixed Hope this review helps you make a better purchasing

  4. says:

    I'm so happy to have found this book to help me prepare for the PMP exam! My process: Read through chapter Took corresponding quiz Tallied results (and moved on without reading the explanations) After I had completed all of the chapters, I went back through and retook the quizzes (I noticed my score had dropped on almost each quiz because

  5. says:

    If you want an easy way and hope to read just the book and skip PMBOK you may be disapointed I've firstly read through PMBOK and when reading this book for clarification I've notoced that a lot of information is missing They stick only to essencial and main concepts Not sure how much of the material not menitioned in the book will b

  6. says:

    Very good Excelent book.

  7. says:

    I received this book on 18th Jan and had my exam on 11th Feb Read this book twice and took mock test for every knowledge area separately and then comprehensive mock test of 200 questions Before reading the book I used to score in the range of 50 60% in comprehensive 200 mock questions which was not enough to crack exam, however, after reading the book, the scores went up to 82 85% This made me very confident about the exam On 10

  8. says:

    if you need to pass the pmp exam, read this book and then quickly glance through PMBOK once I did it one chapter a day from this book and revising it the following day went through PMBOK in one day quickly glancing over ch

  9. says:

    First off, i would like to address everyone that is complaining about this book being too easy It is meant to be easy because it helps you understand everything in layman's terms But that doesn't negate the fact that you still have

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