PMP Lessons Learned: Understanding Why an Answer is Wrong is Very Important
Welcome to 2020! 2020 is a good year to prepare and pass the PMP® Exam if you have made up your mind to become a PMP®! The PMP® Exam will only be changed in Jul 2020 and Aspirants still have plenty of time to tackle the PMP® Exam!
The lessons learned by Neelima Nagotu on this PMP® Exam prep project is detailed below:
Apologies for late reply. These are the things I did while preparing for PMP® exam.
- I read Rita Mulchay’s PMP® Exam prep book 3 times (Didnt by heart the book, but every time I read, I tried to understand and make my concepts about each knowledge area more clear).
- I read PMBOK® Guide guide once.
- Prepared a document of key words/concepts in PMBOK® Guide (3-4 lines explaining the concept, to revise at the end for exam). If I had found your site earlier, I would have skipped this step of preparing a document. Your site has each and every concept or key word explained and can be used to easily revise 2-3 days before the exam.
- 2 weeks before exam, I started taking online mock tests (one exam a day). I would sincerely suggest everyone to take mock tests to understand where you stand with the concepts and it prepares us for a 4 hr long exam. After finishing the mock test, End of the day I would go through each question of the mock test….mainly evaluate my wrong answers and understand why I was wrong and clear my concept. I feel this is important.
- On the day of exam, was a bit nervous….once the exam started, had no time to think anything else….Luckily I finished answering all questions 20 mins before the time. However I couldn’t go through all of the flagged questions to re-check my answers.
My friends and anyone else who is preparing for PMP®, i would surely suggest your site. Reading Rita Mulchay book 3 times and thoroughly going through your notes on your website is good enough. Thank you very much for such great work!!
~ Neelima Nagotu, PMP®
Thanks Neelima Nagotu for the PMP® Exam lessons learned!