PM PrepCast Review – Online PMP Course + 35 PMP Contact Hours

My first-hand review of PM PrepCast: perfect online PMP Exam Prep course for busy people pursuing PMP Certification

pm prepcast review: highly recommended

Important UPDATE:The PM PrepCast™ Company has withdrawn from the Authorized Trianing Partner (ATP) of PMI. That’s a GOOD news indeed as PMP Students will again be able to make use of the much acclaimed PM PrepCast™ online course for the 35 Contact Hours as well as PMP Exam preparation (NO need to enrol in the instructor-led PMP courses which are much more expensive). 

PM PrepCast™ Review — The PM PrepCast™ is my choice for PMP Exam Prep course. It can help busy young working professionals in the field of project management to get PMP certified with tight budgets and limited time. It has been thoroughly updated to the latest PMP Exam syllabus to help Aspirants to be well prepared for the new PMP Exam in 2021The course can really help PMP aspirants (including me) to succeed in the PMP Exam (I got 4 Above Target and 1 Target in my PMP Exam in the first attempt) as over 45,000+ PMP students have made use of the PM PrepCast™ for their PMP Exam preparation.

Originally, I purchased the online PMP training course Project Management PrepCast (PM PrepCast™) PMP Exam Prep Course originally as THE way to obtain the required 35 contact hours for the PMP Exam application ….. but this downloadable PMP video course exceeded my expectations — the PM PrepCast™ did help me to pass the PMP Certification exam with 4 Proficient and 1 Moderately Proficient!

Just the unique benefit of enabling me to earn the 35 Contact Hours anywhere I go alone justifies the cost of PM PrepCast™ Standard I can download all the lessons onto my smartphone and watch the lessons while I am waiting for the train, sitting in the train, walking, jogging …… I do not need to spare extra time for face-to-face lectures and transportation! In fact, one can even earn the 35 contact hour certificate recognised by PMI in as short as 2 weeks’ time by passing the PM PrepCast™ final exam which is quite short and easy!

Note: There is a bundle offer of PM PrepCast™ plus 1800 PMP practice questions (PMP mock exams). Practicing mock exams is the second most important contributing factor to passing the PMP Exam (the first is taking the PMP Exam Prep course). The bundle will provide one with enough questions to try.

Over 42,000 PMP aspirants have made use of PM PrepCast™ for their PMP Exam Prep…… And I am one of those who pass the PMP Exam on the first attempt.

For peace of mind, PM PrepCast™ offers no-question 90 days FULL refund. The only condition is that you have not taken the final exam and generated the 35 Contact Hour/PDU Certificate. I made up my mind to purchase PM PrepCast™ immediately after knowing that I could get a full refund without any questions!

However, I never took advantage of the refund as I am satisfied with the PM PrepCast™, read my PM PrepCast™ below to understand why.

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How PM PrepCast™ helps me pass the PMP Exam in the first try

My name is Edward Chung, PMP, PMI-ACP®, ITIL® Foundation and I am a full-stack web developer/designer/project manager working in the education sector in Hong Kong. I passed the PMP examination with the equivalent of ‘Above Target’ in Initiation, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling and ‘Targett’ in Closing.

The PM PrepCast™ gives my the required 35 contact hours for the PMP Exam and helped me to pass the PMP Certification exam.
Since I was too busy to set aside the time for full-day PMP boot camps owing to professional and family obligations (I have 3 young kids… ), online PMP training courses deemed to be the obvious choice. After searching Google for several days, I have established my criteria for selecting the online PMP training course:

  1. Can be watched without time limit (or, for a long period of time) in case I need to reschedule my exam date
  2. Can be downloaded to my iPhone / iPod and watched on the go without requiring an internet connection
  3. Can give me the PMI required 35 contact hours certificate in order to apply for the PMP exam
  4. Can help me to pass the PMP exam
  5. Guaranteed refund in case I am not satisfied with the quality

The PM PrepCast™ fulfils all my requirements and needs! Read below for the detailed descriptions.

Hope this PM PrepCast™ review will help you to make an informed choice of your PMP prep course. If you find PM PrepCast™ suitable and if you enjoy my PMP articles, please consider buying it through the links on this page. I will earn a small commission (at NO extra cost to you) to sustain my website running. This PM PrepCast™ review is a sharing of my experience of using the PMP training course to help me pass PMP Certification exam in one try. However, even if you do not purchase through the links, you are still most welcome to make use of my PMP study notes and other resources to help you with your PMP Exam — that’s my way to contribute back to the project management community!

Thank you and wish you PMP success!


The PM PrepCast™ – PMP Training Overview

The PM PrepCast™ is a downloadable PMP training course which can be synced to iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android or any mobile phones capable of playing videos. All the video lessons can be downloaded to your computer. One can keep and watch the videos without any time limit. To use with iOS devices, the PM PrepCast™ can be added as a webcast and automatically be synced between the iOS device and iTunes without the need of installing extra software. Below are some screen captures of the video lessons:

pm precast screenshots

Throughout the PM PrepCast™, the instructor, Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM, will guide students all the way and teach everything one will ever need to know before (i.e. how to apply for the exam, pass audits and prepare for the exam), during (i.e. plan exam time, braindump, when to take rest), and after the exam (i.e. earn PDUs at low cost). There are 15 review questions after each chapter for students to check whether the course materials have been correctly understood.

Unlike other PMP exam prep training courses, the ambition of Cornelius does not stop at equipping students with enough knowledge to pass the PMP exam. He tries to add ample real-life examples and cutting-edge knowledge into the course to assist project managers to apply newly gained knowledge in everyday work.

The PM PrepCast™ is updated in March 2018. That means the current version is based on the 6th edition of the PMBOK® Guide and the latest PMP Exam Content Outline. The latest edition of PM PrepCast™ is created using the Agile/Scrum methodology and thus one can get first-hand knowledge of Agile, which is one of the focuses of the latest PMBOK® Guide.

According to a recent survey, PM PrepCast™ is among the most popular online PMP training of the successful PMPs (source: 100 lessons learned by successful PMP exam-takers).


What You’ll Get by Purchasing PM PrepCast™

what's included in pm prepcast

  1. Over 50 hours of high-quality video PMP training lectures, covering all the knowledge areas of PMBOK® Guide with additional lectures on examination skills, cross-cutting skills and applied concepts. The content is more than enough for PMP exam and will also benefit everyday work. A Student Workbook is also included to help track your progress through the lessons.
  2. Certificate for 35 contact hours after passing the Final Exam (a 25 question online quiz which students can try unlimited time for free until a pass is achieved).
  3. 300 sample exam PMP questions (15 questions for each knowledge area)
  4. Subscription to a 10-part “Learn from the Experts” email course and weekly newsletter, detailing the examination taking strategies of successful PMP exam takers, their lessons learned and updated exam tips and news.
  5. The PMP Exam Study Checklist. This checklist is a great resource to find additional exam study materials and exam preparation tips to boost exam prep studies. And students will learn to know whether they are ready for the PMP exam.
  6. Access to a PMP discussion forum where experienced PMP instructors including Cornelius will discuss and answer exam related questions.


PM PrepCast™ Review: Pros

  1. Cornelius is a seasoned PMP and a professional radio station host. His sense of humour is intertwined throughout the whole course giving students a bit of surprise here and there. One will always look forward to the ending farewell message of each episode. In one episode, he even appeared in the video to say hello to his listeners.
  2. Unlike other online PMP training courses which would present the course materials for each chapter of PMBOK® Guide as one video, Cornelius has digested the PMBOK® Guide into small chunks of videos ranging from 10 – 30 minutes each, which can serve as ‘attainable‘ goals for each listening session. I printed out the video index, set the goal for each day and crossed out the video titles after listening.
  3. The whole course is professionally recorded in a studio. The voice quality is superb. There is no annoying background noise common to amateur online videos.
  4. After passing the online examination (called Final Exam) of 25 questions, one will get the Certificate for 35 Contact Hours which fulfils the requirements of 35 contact hours for the PMP exam. The Final Exam can be taken for an infinite number of times until one has passed.
  5. The powerpoint slides showing in the video lessons are beautifully illustrated with related photos.
  6. More than 50,000 students have taken this PMP training course for PMP Exam preparation, which is one of the largest student population among similar online PMP training courses.
  7. In case you are not satisfied with PM PrepCast™, you can ask for a FULL refund within 90 days of purchase with no questions asked. The only condition is that you must not have taken the Final Exam.


PM PrepCast™ Review: Cons

  1. Only 15 review questions are provided for each chapter (a total of 300 for the whole course). Students will need to search for free PMP exam questions or purchase PMP exam simulators for better preparation. Or one may purchase the bundle of PM PrepCast™ + PM Exam Simulator (a.k.a. PM PrepCast™ Elite package).
  2. If you would listen to every episode of the PM PrepCast™, it would take you more than 50 hours. However, only 35 contact hours are needed by the PMP exam.
  3. Students will need to take notes by pen or on the computer as the PM PrepCast™ does not include downloadable powerpoint files (or the lecture slide notes) which appear in the video lessons. I did make my own PMP study notes which you may find useful.
  4. Self-study requires a lot of discipline and determination. If you do not thrive on self-study, maybe online PMP Exam prep courses are not for you.
  5. The PM PrepCast™ does not include an in-depth discussion on PMP Formulas and provides enough training on how to tackle PMP Maths questions. (Note: I have to read several other books and create my own PMP formulas study notes.)

Edward’s Tips for Getting the Most out of PM PrepCast™

As I have personally made use of the PM PrepCast™ online video training course to help me pass the PMP Exam (and also the Agile PrepCast™ from the same author for my PMI-ACP® Exam), below are my two cents on how to make the best use of PM PrepCast™:

  1. Course Outline Table as Progress Check
    As there is none an automatic progress check for PM PrepCast™ (unlike other online training courses which feature a course dashboard), you are highly advised to print the course outline (which is included as a PDF download from the course material download) and put it in a prominent place. Once you have finished a lecture, cross it out on the course outline table. This will give you the badly needed tracking of your progress and a sense of accomplishment to move you forward (it is a bit lonely taking the course online on one’s self only).
  2. Make Full Use of Idle Time
    One of the most celebrated features of the PM PrepCast™ is that it can be downloaded to your mobile phone and you can listen to the lectures even without an internet connection. One can virtually prepare for the PMP Exam anywhere. I did make full use of the time I was walking and taking the train to and from work. Almost all the PM PrepCast™ lessons were finished this way.
  3. Take the PM PrepCast™ Final Exam Midway through the Course
    Don’t get me wrong, I am not asking you to shortcut the courses. But as the final exam can be taken any number of times for free, it is a great tool to access your understanding of the PMP subject matters. I wrote the final exam midway through my progress on the course out of curiosity and got around 90%. This boosted my confidence, which in turns helped to accelerate my progress through the entire course.
  4. Take Study Notes by Capturing the Lecture Screens
    As I went through the PM PrepCast™ on the go, I did not have notebooks with me. I made my study notes through capturing any screens that I thought useful at the time of viewing the course lectures. Afterwards, I would review those screen captures and wrote my own PMP study notes once I got hold of a computer. To me, that was quite an effective way to study for the PMP Exam.
  5. No Need to Go Through Each and Every Lecture of the PM PrepCast™
    Modules 30 or above in the PM PrepCast™ are auxiliary PMP study materials that are helpful for Aspirants to understand and apply the PMBOK® Guide concepts. There is no need for one to go through all these lectures in order to be well prepared for the final exam. It is highly recommended to attempt the final exam after you have finished Module 13 to accelerate your PMP application process (as you need to have got the 35 Contact Hour certificate at the time of applying for taking the PMP Exam). You can go through Modules 30 or above later on when you have time.
  6. Read the PMBOK® Guide Alongside the Course Lectures
    As the lectures are organised into the content structure of the PMBOK® Guide (i.e. for every chapter of the PMBOK® Guide, there is a corresponding chapter on the PM PrepCast™), it is highly advised to finish a lecture from the PM PrepCast™ first and read the same chapter of PMBOK® Guide closely after. The PM PrepCast™ aids Aspirants to understand the PMBOK® Guide while reading the latter will help one to remember the key concepts in their heads. However, it is not recommended to work the other way round (i.e. reading PMBOK® Guide first) as the PMBOK® Guide is a dry read which is quite difficult to understand — if you read it the first time.
  7. Purchase also the PM Exam Simulator 2.0
    The PM Exam Simulator allows Aspirants to take mock exams in the full 4-hour 200-question format or project management domain by domain. If one has also bought the PM Exam Simulator, they will be able to do some practice questions after they have finished studying the course lecture and read the PMBOK® Guide of the same chapter. The mock questions will be able to offer some progress check on whether you have already got all the required knowledge/concepts from the chapter content. Aspirants will also enjoy a special discount when purchasing the PM PrepCast™ and PM Exam Simulator together in a bundle (a.k.a. PM PrepCast™ Elite).


Online PMP Training Market Competition

Market Competition of Online PMP Exam Prep Course
Supplier Product Cost Remarks
PM Training Camp Live online PMP Class $1,995.00
RMC Project Management PMP Exam Prep Online, 9th Edition (for PMBOK® Guide 6) Not updated yet
PM Study PMP Exam Prep Online Course  $499.95 37 Contact Hours, video lessons, 4 mock exams, accessible for 180 days after purchase
SimpliLearn PMP Online Training Course  $499.00 29 hours of video lessons for online viewing and
7 simulated exams, accessible for 180 days after purchase
OSP International LLC
The Project Management PrepCast
US$279 35 Contact Hours, downloadable video lessons,
own the downloaded files forever
simulated exams to be purchased separately
GreyCampus PMP Online Training Course
%%%%GreyCampusPricePM%%%% PMP course for online viewing only
365 days access with 3 simulated exams and e-Flashcards

The PM PrepCast™ is among the cheapest means to obtain the required 35 contact hours for PMP exam (though there are still some cheaper options like the GreyCampus online PMP course in the market they do not provide the “downloadable course” feature and the quality if not as good as the PM PrepCast™).

It helps me to understand and memorize the knowledge required to pass the PMP exam. It is not just the average PMP certification training. I considered the PM PrepCast™ is of very high quality as I have used it in my PMP preparation myself.

Best of all once purchased the PM PrepCast™ is yours forever. Who knows one would really need to defer the PMP exam for urgent matters? If you get hold of PM PrepCast™, it is not a matter if you need three months more to complete the PMP training. There is none PMP training on the market that allows you this kind of flexibility (often, there is an access period of 180 days only). In addition, one can always refer back to it for reference in daily work.


My Recommendation for PMP Certification Aspirants

If you are looking for a PMP examination training material that provides you with both the required 35 contact hours, help you to study well for the PMP exam as well as the practical information that will benefit your everyday work, I highly recommend the Project Management PrepCast (PM PrepCast™). I got 4 Proficient and 1 Moderately Proficient in my PMP Exam with the help of PM PrepCast™. It is the best investment for my PMP examination training and preparation.

Saving tips: PM PrepCast™ may release discount coupons from time to time, do check out this page: discount code page for PM PrepCast™.

It is good to know that you can get a FULL refund within 90 days of purchase with no questions asked. The only string is that you have not taken the final exam of the PM PrepCast™.

If you are considering whether PM PrepCast™ is for you and you have some queries about PM PrepCast™, you may read the post on PM PrepCast™ FAQ to see if your questions have already been answered. Hope this PMP training review can help you select the best online project management course for the PMP Certification exam.

Should you have any queries over PMP certification preparation, I am more than happy to answer them at [email protected] or you may leave a comment below. Wish you PMP success!


Appendix: How to download all the lecture videos via iTunes?

One of the big pluses of PM PrepCast™ is that all the lecture videos of the PM PrepCast™ can be downloaded and kept by you forever. And PM PrepCast™ has made it easy to download all the videos via iTunes (which should be the most popular podcast subscription app).

But if you are in a hurry, just skip to around 4.15 of the video which would show you to select “Feed” in the “Show:” drop-down menu (please refer to the screen capture below):

Download all lectures via itunes

Download all PM PrepCast™ lectures via itunes


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Edward Chung

Edward Chung aspires to become a full-stack web developer and project manager. In the quest to become a more competent professional, Edward studied for and passed the PMP Certification, ITIL v3 Foundation Certification, PMI-ACP Certification and Zend PHP Certification. Edward shares his certification experience and resources here in the hope of helping others who are pursuing these certification exams to achieve exam success.

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31 Responses

  1. QT says:

    Hi Edward, nice website for abundant materials and info abt the PMP exam. However, I am a bit confused on the OSP course that you mostly recommend as I couldn’t find such a course (not even the Elite package) on the referred link. Currently available courses on the website is way much expensive (up to USD1999)May I know if these courses like USD299 are cancelled? Thanks.

    • Edward Chung says:

      Sorry to let you know that PMI has asked all online PMP Exam Prep course providers to shelf their cheaper version online courses and to replace with the instructor-led version with a view to “enhancing the quality of training”. That means the original cheaper PM PrepCast will no longer be able to claim the 35 Contact Hours. PMP Aspirants in 2021 who need to get the required 35 Contact Hours will be required to attend those more expensive courses instead.

  2. Muhammad Nomaan says:

    Hi Edward,
    All the resources available on this site are related to PMBOK 6th edition, I am planning to appear in exam next year Feb 2021. The latest PMBOK 10th edition has been released for 2021 exams. I was wondering if I should start preparing the exam by purchasing The PM PrepCast Elite PLUS (For PMBOK Guide Sixth Edition). I am really confused if I should start preparing for exam of Feb 2021 using this site and resources


    • Edward Chung says:

      Hi Muhammad,

      The latest edition of the PMBOK Guide is the 6th edition. Some PMP exam prep books may have 10th or later version, however, this is not related to the PMBOK Guide. The PMP Exam will change in Jan 2021 and it is therefore not recommended to buy the PrepCast Elite PLUS for the moment. The PMP Exam Simulator is fine as you will get a free upgrade in Jan 2021 for the latest PMP Exam.

      You may refer the PMI website to learn more about the PMP Exam and the PMBOK Guide.



  3. Ben says:

    Hi Edward,

    Thanks for all the information you shared in this blogs. It helped me a lot.
    I have purchased the PrepCast Elite package as you recommended. I have been doing the Exam Simulations daily. My average fluctuates between 75% to 85%. My exam is up in 3 weeks. Do you think my practice performance will be enough to pass the PMP exam in 1st try?

    Any feedback is appreciated.

    Thank you,



  5. Annie says:

    Hi Edward, I failed my 1st attempt on Jan 25 and going to purchase the PrepCast to prepare for my 2nd try. Any other tips on the study plan for my round #2? I only had PMBOK and Rita for the first around. Thanks.

  6. Sumant says:

    Hi Edward, Nice to meet you here and very happy to see your website on PMP. My question: are your 20 articles are enough to start my PMP study for understanding the concepts and taking up the exam or need to go through PMBOK book once? I am looking forward your response. Thank you.

    • Edward Chung says:

      Hi Sumant,

      Thanks for your query. Actually, my sharing alone is NOT enough to help you pass the PMP Exam. You are highly advised to go through the PMBOK Guide as well as other PMP Exam Prep books in order to help you be fully prepared for the exam. Just treat my sharing as some sort of Cliff note or last-minute study note.

      Wish you PMP success!

  7. Zarash says:

    Can you please recommend a reference book that is based on PMBOK 6. Thanks.

    • Edward Chung says:

      I am currently working on this. You may consider the following first:

      1) PMP Exam Prep: Accelerated Learning to Pass the Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam 9th Edition by Rita (one of the most popular PMP reference book of all time)
      2) The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, Sixth Edition by Andy Crowe (I make use of the previous version of this book to pass my PMP Exam)
      3) Head First PMP: A Learner’s Companion to Passing the Project Management Professional Exam 4th Edition (to be published in September 2018) – you will like this book if you are a visual learner, preferring looking at diagrams and charts instead of full pages of text

      Wish you PMP success!

  8. Tony Fernando says:

    OSP International LLC
    The Project Management PrepCast
    US$199 (will be adjusted to US$229 soon)

    Are the videos for PMBOK 6th Edition??

    • Edward Chung says:

      Hi Tony,

      Yes, if you purchase now, you will get both PMBOK 5th edition and 6th edition (when it is released) for a single low price. But once the PMBOK 6th edition is out, the price will see a rise immediately!

      Wish you PMP success!

  9. SHIRLEY says:

    found your page very information … thank you.

    planning on doing the pmp exam.
    got the pmi memebership and downloaded the book… have gone through the first 5 chapters too but
    need to understand do i purchase pmp crast basic or elite… think elite is required as its 90 days,

    does pm crast have each chapter wise videos? and question go through

    • Edward Chung says:

      Yes, PM Prepcast includes all the video lectures for each individual chapter of the PMBOK Guide. I would highly recommend you to purchase the PM PrepCast elite as it includes the PM PrepCast video lectures and all 1800+ mock exam questions (the 90-day access period is counted only from the first day of access, i.e. it is highly recommended to go through the video lectures first and then do practice using the mock exam questions for 90 days – which is usually more than enough).

      Wish you PMP success!

  10. Catherine A Derecki says:

    Your text reads “busy young working professionals.” I’m busy, but I’m not young. I’m taking it anyway.

  11. Gopinadhan A says:

    Hi Edward,
    Can’t thank you enough. Passed PMP with 4 Above Target and 1 Target on 8 Nov 2017. Although I was pondering over this certification since quite long, In May 2017 a google search brought me to your site. Following your advice, purchased PM Prepcast and simulator. Since we were back in our country for school summer vacations(july-aug) for a month and half, that was a down period as far as studies concerned (with two daughters you know). I had two months remaining after the vacation, by the time had fair idea about PMBOK guide contents and had gone through Headfirst as well. Did all the simulator tests (1800 questions) taking a test every week with scores ranging between 75-80. I would take the test in the morning and after lunch (on weekend) went through the details of the test (why a correct answer is correct also .. takes a long time). Managed to squeeze in few more sample exams available on the internet. PMPrepcast and PMBok combination gave me good clarity (referred to Rita and Edwel very little) and made notes based on PMBok. Last week of the exam, used my notes,your notes and PMBOK. Despite, the first hour of the exam was very scary, managed to crawl back and succeed. Highly appreciate your help.
    Now thinking about ITIL 🙂 let me know your suggestion.

    Lessons for aspirants from my point of view:-
    Read the questions well
    Read all the options of the answer, there could be a better answer down there.
    PMBOK is the best source
    Expect lot of questions from Integrated ( Change Control), Quality, Procurement
    Just think about the specific question you are reading and carry on

    • Edward Chung says:

      Congratulations on passing the PMP Exam in first try with great performance amidst your busy schedule! I also think that the PM PrepCast is wonderful. I was also very worried during the 1st hour of my exam but the questions were easier afterwards. Thanks for your sharing!

      It is a great idea to take ITIL after PMP as you can also earn PDUs for your re-certification.

  12. Aadil says:

    Hi Edward,
    I attempted the Prepcast test after completing Module 6 – and passed it.
    As per your recommendation – I have bought ‘How to pass PMP in first attempt’ by Andy Crowe as well as reading PMBOK guide.

    My question is — > Do I have to complete PrepCast fully ?? Considering I am now referring to Andy Crowe and PMBOK Guide in parallel?

    • Edward Chung says:

      Hi Aadil,

      That really depends whether you learn better through listening/watching podcasts or reading books. If you are in a hurry to get certified, it is most effective to try mock exams after you have gone through the books to understand your knowledge level. And you can always go back to PrepCast lessons if needed.

      Wish you PMP success!

  13. Rochak arora says:

    Thanks for the info. I have purchased the Pm exam simulator test. I have scheduled my exam on 11th September.
    Have attempted 8 tests and scoring around 89% average.

    Feeling confident after going through these mock tests.. little scared though..

    • Edward Chung says:

      You did so well in the mock exams! I am sure you will pass the PMP Exam in your first attempt! Do let me know your good news and share your lessons learned with fellow PMP Aspirants!

      Wish you PMP success!

      • Rochak says:

        Hello Edward,

        I passed the exam with all Above targets. Got completely exhausted.. will share full story soon. Thanks for your blog

      • Edward Chung says:

        Congratulations! You rock! Please do share your lessons learned for PMP Exam prep which will be very useful to fellow PMP Aspirants!

  14. Ashish Kumar says:

    Thank you very much Edward for covering the details from an aspirant perspective.

  15. Heather says:

    Thank you so much for your detailed description and list of pros and cons. I was so overwhelmed with trying to choose an online course and you have made me feel confident in my decision to go with PrepCast.

    • Edward Chung says:

      Hi Heather,

      I am so pleased that my article helps you a bit in your search for the online PMP Exam prep course. I made use of the PM PrepCast for my PMP Exam and it helps me a lot!

      Wish you PMP success!