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!