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PMP Exam Simulator – 200 PMP Exam questions for you to test if you are ready

Gerycampus, a PMI R.E.P. no 3871 has an on-line 240 minutes – 200 questions PMP Exam Simulator based on PMBOK 6 for you to test your readiness for the PMP Exam!!

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Free PMP Exam Simulator PMBOK 6 – practice before the exam

These are the PMBOK 6 based PMP Exam Simulators and will be updated periodically for the benefit of PMHUB members/visitors.

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Ricardo Vargas: Elaboration of the Processes of the PMBOK 6

A good start to get an overall picture o the PMBOK 6 processes and how they relate to each other

Who is Ricardo Vargas?

Between 2007 – 2009, Ricardo served at the Board of Directors and was the first Latin American to be elected Chairman of the Board of the PMI He has written […]

Jack Ferguson: PMBOK 6 vs PMBOK 5

PMBOK 6 vs PMBOK 5 – for those who are already somewhat familiar with 5 and want to know what PMBOK 6 differences with PMBOK 5. This video is published by Six Sigma Scrum Live- Jack Ferguson developer of ITTO Tutor – Click PMBOK 6 for another video (Six Sgma Scrum Live: Provides classroom and […]

PMP Exam – What is the impact of PMBOK 6th edition? updated April 5, 2-18

As a result of the release of the PMBOK® Guide – 6th Edition in September 2017, the PMP examl changed on 26 March 2018.

If you schedule your exam on 26 March or later, you will receive an updated version of the exam that references the PMBOK® Guide – Sixth Edition.

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Notes on PMBOK 6 – PMBOK 5

What is the difference between PMBOK 5 and 6?

Processes: : 47 -> 49 PMBOK 6: 3 new processes: Manage Project Knowledge, Control Resources and Implement Risk Response 1 process deleted: Close Procurement (now part of Close Project/Phase) Renamed […]

PMP Exam Brain Dump

Some LL & Tips and Tricks advised you to do Brain Dump during the 15 minutes tutorial session before the PMP Exam.

This is no more possible as of 2016. PMI since then allowed brain dump only during the PMP Exam period. That means if you like to […]

Manoj Parik: How I got 3P and 2 MP on my PMP Exam!

I passed PMP on 9th August. Got 3P, 2MP. Time to give back. Thank you all for your suggestions and inputs and details in this forum.

Note: The document I am sharing should give you information on all processes and also some additional information about how to understand ITTO.

During the exam:

Exam was difficult. […]

15 Most Read Lessons Learned in PMHUB Blog PMP, PgMP and CAPM

Lessons Learned is most useful when you are preparing to write your certification, whether it is PMP or CAPM. The Top 5 in each category was updated August 2, 2016 due to drastic change in ranking – others as at June 2016! ITS Fai!’s PMP LL was recently published but quickly jumped to no. 1.

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A new approach for PMP/CAPM Exam prep?

Well, some of us here have browsed around the existing study materials for PMP and CAPM Exam. Some are using traditional approach, for example Andy Crowe’s: The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try, Rita Mulcahy’s various books, Headfirst PMP and Cornelius Fitchner ebooks. The media are mostly […]

Road Map to your PMP Certification

croppedrm(all images from visual.ly/how-to-become-pmp) Want to be a PMP? First thing you should do is to treat this as a project. Today is your start date and setup a target date. Many managed to pass the exam within 2 months. Nobody can tell you what your target date, should be- so […]

ITS Fai!: How I get PMP after my name (a PMP LL)

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I passed my PMP exam on Wednesday 05.27. Below are my Lessons Learned and other details.

My core preparations really started the Friday 05.22 with approx 6 – 8 hours each day including 4 hours of dedicated testing time. The core studies were:

Core Study Plan – 1. Read PMBOK 2. Read Rita 3. […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: Project and Process Tailoring for the PMP Exam

According to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) a project is “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result”. Being that each project is unique it is important to also understand that an organization’s project management processes will likely need to be tailored in order to […]

John Scheidelman: My thoughts on PMP Exam

Just passed the PMP Exam. Some thoughts . . . I used the PM PrepCast, Andy Crowne’s Book and Rita Mulcahy. Did not really use the PMBOK. […]

Another PMP Formulas NOT FOUND in PMBOK – Basic Statistics

Most PMP aspirants studied basic statistics and probability during their student days many many years ago. So most need to brush up and review again basic stats and probability to write the PMP Exam. Most PMP study materials provide good review of this important topic.

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Tips and Tricks for PMP Exam

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There are several reasons why PMs failed in the PMP/CAPM Exam. Many failed to leave their knowledge and experience out of the exam room. Regardless of what your experience and knowledge, depend 100% of what PMBOK and PMP Exam guide tell you

This simple “truth” is the […]

PMI documents and forms on certifications, CCR & PDU

The names of these documents (forms, list, graphs and general docs) are listed here: PMI documents Name List

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John P. Reiling, PMP: How to Win With the Multiple Certification Strategy

Should you earn a certification? If so, which one first? Which one is best after that?

These are all valid questions!

Many report that so many people have the PMP certification that it’s not a big thing to have it…but is if you DON’T!

What’s the reality out there, and how can you play it […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: What is Opportunity Cost and Why Do You Need to Understand It

If you are in the middle of preparing to take the PMP Exam you have undoubtedly read through A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition at least once and possibly even more. If you are just starting to prepare to take the PMP Exam, then you should be […]

Lectures on Earned Value Management

EV3 Video Lectures to help you prepare for the PMP exam by explaining Earned Value Management.

This is a three part lesson. Part 1 covers basic concepts, i.e. how to derive PV (Planned Value), EV (Earned Value) and AC Actual Cost.

 

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Learning PMP Formulas NOT FOUND in PMBOK

memo2Again this excellent video is from Richard Kranels, PMP: This video focus on the financial side of the project, “What are the formulas or numerical concepts you may need to know for the PMP test that are NOT found in the PMBOK 5 book?” NOTE: Also not available […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: The Difference Between Agile and Waterfall – and Why It Doesn’t Matter Much

Agile and waterfall are two methods of project management that are often contrasted with each other. However, most projects use some of each method, in a unique combination that best serves the needs of that project. As a result, it’s important to understand the essence of both the agile and waterfall methods.

The Essence of […]

PMBOK 5 – PMP Formula Brain Dump

This is a good video by Richard Kranels: (9/21/13)

Note on Brain Dump: Some LL & Tips and Tricks advised you to do Brain Dump during the 15 minutes tutorial session before the PMP Exam. This is no more possible since 2016. PMI since then allowed brain dump only during the PMP Exam period. That […]

Cornelius Fichtner and Dan Ryan: The 7 Questions Every PMP Student SHOULD Ask Their Coach

In our previous article (Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: The 7 Questions Every PMP Exam Student Asks Their Coach) we discussed the 7 questions that most of our PMP Exam coaching students ask us as they start out their journey. However, over the years we have identified a second set of 7 questions – the questions […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: How to Develop an Agile Mindset

There are two fundamental approaches to managing projects – typically software development projects. The waterfall method is the older approach and is based on working through all of the requirements before proceeding with building the application. By contrast, the agile approach acknowledges the pace of change, the time value of software features and functionality, and […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: The Agile Mindset

You can study methodologies until you are blue in the face! However, nothing will change unless you have the right mindset!

So it goes with Agile…

Agility is the ability to shift almost seemlessly…to be less dogmatic and more pliable…to be highly flexible – and very focused on results.

And yet many people – because […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: The 7 Questions Every PMP Exam Student Asks Their Coach

When students start their Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam prep (for the first time, or again after having failed the exam), there are a number of questions that come up time and time again. In this article we share the top 7 questions that every student asks us in our role as their PMP exam […]

Words of Wisdom from PMPs

PLANNING STAGE Two years back, I joined many PMP groups just to gather the info regarding the exam. And I was silently following mails from you people. I read nearly 40 or 50 LL?s and most of them I read more than once and noted down important things. Somehow felt this has helped me a […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: How Six Sigma and PM Certification Compare

Why would you earn the Six Sigma Green Belt certification, whether you are a certified PM or not? This post highlights some key considerations that can help you decide for yourself. Here are five things to consider – comparing Six Sigma to project management, whether you are PM-certified or not:

Project Management is broad…Six Sigma […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: PMs: Put on Your “Strategic Thinking” Cap!

Porter five forces of strategyEmployers say that project managers need to hone strategic thinking skills. Read on for a primer on how jump start your own strategic thinking.

…but first, here’s the PMI’s take.

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Salman Quddusi: Passed my PMP today, 4P and 1 MP!

Alhamdulillah, I passed my PMP exam today securing 4 Proficient and 1 Moderately Proficient. I would like to share my preparation strategy which might be beneficial for brothers planning for this certification in near future.

Total Study time: 3 Weeks (6-8 Hours a Day)

1.I kicked-off my preparation with Abu Bakrs PMP training which proved […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: How to Identify Your PMI-ACP Exam Eligibility

Do you work in an environment where you use one or more Agile methodologies regularly? Do you have both general project experience as well as Agile project specific experience? If either of these scenarios apply to you and you are interested in earning your Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification, then you may […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: Where ITIL and Project Management Intersect

john reilingIf you work in IT Project Management, this information will be of most interest to you. In ITILfact, you may be familiar with the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), which provides a library of processes for managing services […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: Multi-tasking: Kill Two Birds With One Stone for Easy PDUs

john reilingHow often do you get a chance to accomplish two things at the same time – or as the saying goes, “kill two birds with one stone”? Well, you can actually do this quite easily with PDUs. Sometimes I like […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: Agile Business Analysis – or Agile and Business Analysis?

Should you learn “Agile Business Analysis”? Or is it better to learn “Agile PM” and “Business Analysis”, separately. I would argue that the latter choice is better, and here’s why.

To be the most effective, you need to have a solid grounding in the basics. Unfortunately, too much specialization skews your perspective…and I […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP: What Exactly is the PMI-ACP Exam?

Have you been hearing coworkers talk about taking the Project Management Institute® Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®? Or have you been seeing the acronym PMI-ACP® more frequently? Has that left you wondering what exactly the PMI-ACP Exam is and if it is for you? Here we will look into what […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: Your Two Keys to IT Project Management Success

There a just two simple but critical factors to be a successful IT project manager.

But I’ll get to that in just a second, after I give you some background.

In many project situations, meticulous execution is the key. Construction is a prime example that comes to mind. When a construction project is executed, usually […]

Cornelius Fichtner & Scott Coonrod: PMP Exam Lessons Learned

Is studying for and obtaining your Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification one of your personal or career goals? Are you wondering about things such as where is a good place to start, what materials might be the most helpful in studying, or how many practice tests are just right or too many? Are you interested […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: Six Steps to Earning All Your PDUs

As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®, the last thing you want to happen is to have your certification suspended. This happens if you do not earn the required 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) within your three-year recertification cycle. Often, once the stress of taking and passing the PMP® Exam is over, […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: 7 Lessons Learned from the PMI-ACP® Exam

Everyone has their own method for studying for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Exam. You might carry the PMI-ACP® Examination Content Outline or some Project Management Institute (PMI)® recommended study material around with you. You might join your local PMI® Chapter to study with others who also have the goal of passing the PMI-ACP® […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP: The 7 Things You Need to Pass the PMI-ACP Exam

The Project Management Institute (PMI®) has developed a set of criteria and credentials for recognizing project management professionals who use Agile methodologies in their project, the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification. The credentialing process is fairly rigorous, including: 2,000 hours or twelve months of general project management work […]

My Tips & Tricks in getting PMP

PMP Exam DogmaUpdated march 17, 2014 1) treat this as a project: today is your start day and decide a target finish date (2 months is enough)

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John P. Reiling, PMP: PMP Exam Prep: Don’t Ignore the Code of Ethics!

There are many hard core topics you need to master as you prepare for the PMP exam. It’s easy to dismiss the Code of Ethics! After all, if you remember to just “do the right thing” you will be fine. Not so quick! You may be by passing a great opportunity.

I have always been […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: How To Become PMI-ACP Certified Even After A Disappointing Class

Felix Rodgers explains how he passed his PMI-ACP exam, despite a disappointing start with a classroom course. […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: Three Key Responsibilities of the Project Manager…or Is It Four?

Any project manager knows that he or she is in charge of delivering projects on schedule, within budget, and at the required level of quality. But is there a fourth factor – very important – missing?

Let’s take a step back for just a second. A few months ago, in Dec 2015, the Project Management […]

John P. Reiling, PMP: Soft Skills Make the Difference

The Pareto Principle, or 80:20 rule, says that we get 80% of the results from 20% of our effort or actions.

…but what is the right 20%?

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Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM: Earn 37 PDUs with The Agile PrepCast

Are you a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional (PgMP)®, or PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® in need of Professional Development Units (PDUs)? Then use The Agile PrepCast™ and earn 37 PDUs.

The Agile PrepCast is a PMI-ACP Exam prep video workshop that you download to your smart phone, tablet, or computer. This […]

John P. Reiling: Business Anaysis Skills: Important to Your Agility

Are you thinking at all about business analysis skills, or even a business analysis career?

In these times of rapid change, business analysis is a core skill, but business analysis is tending to shift away from a singular career to a valuable activity regardless of your role, title or job function.

Here are two business […]

PMPrepcast: Project Integration Management Overview

Video Lesson from PM Prepcast: Lesson A04.00: Project Integration Management Overview

This lesson is an overview of the Project Integration Management Knowledge area. We look at why we have it, what we do and the concepts you must know for your PMP exam. In particular we learn about the integrative nature of project management and […]

PMPrepcast: Finding the Best Answer to PMP Exam Sample Questions

Video Lesson from PM Prepcast: Lesson A00.32: Finding the Best Answer to PMP Exam Sample Questions The PMP Exam is a multiple choice exam where each question has four possible answers that may all seem to be correct at first glance. In this lesson we first discuss the 5 types of questions that you may […]

PMPrepcast: Key PMP Exam Activities

Video Lesson from PM Prepcast: Lesson A00.33: Key PMP Exam Activities This lesson is intended as a basic exam checklist. It has four sections not to forget as you get exam ready: In the “Exam Readiness” section we review four steps you need to go through in order to better understand what the PMP exam […]

PMPrepcast: PMP Exam Overview

Taken from PM Prepcast Lesson A00.30: PMP Exam Overview In this lesson we look at the PMP credential exam mostly from an “administrative” perspective. We’ll first give you an overview over PMI and its family of credentials and then we also have several recommendations for you that get you started on the right track for […]

Nilesh Tandale: Probably First PMP after PMBOK 5 effective for exam :)

Hello Members!

Yesterday I have passed the PMP exam and probably the first PMP After change in exam basis to PMBOK5 [After change in exam, in India yesterday was first day available only in Mumbai between 5-9 pm and I was the only candidate there(written Aug 6)

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Soeren Huettemann: My Lessons Learned

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I passed my exam on the 22th of July 2013. It was still based on the 4th version of the PMBOK Guide. In late February I started learning for the PMP exam by watching a prep cast video series (Cornelius Fichtner) to get the 35 hours certificate.

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Amar Roy & C. Fichtner: PMP Exam Lessons Learned From Those Who Have Been There

Lessons learned and tips related to registering for the PMP® Exam:

Decide on a timeline for when you want to sit for the exam, and based on that, plan your preparation.

As soon as you have your 35 contact hours, register to take the PMP® Exam. This will help you to […]

Whizlabs: PMI-ACP Certification – everything you need to know about this PM Certification

Who should apply? Are you eligible? What is the costs?

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Milind Talele: Today, I Pass PMP

Today, I Pass PMP. I am really thank full to every in group who help me by answering my posted questions, topics.

Below is my study pattern –

I have started study on June-12 but I could not do it on regular basis. I made it regular from Jan-13. I have not mug up IITO […]

tennis16: CAPM LL, May 2013, Passed 1st Try, Study 3 weeks only!

Before we get started, let me get this straight…. I personally read a lot of LLs prior to the exam and I know what it is like for others. I hope this will be one of the most effective LL that you will ever seen because frankly it works for me and I think it […]

Cornelius Fichtner, PMP: Six ways to earn 35 Contact Hours for your PMP Exam

Obtaining your Project Management Processional (PMP)® Certification is a lot more than reading the PMBOK® Guide, it is also involves completing the PMP® Exam application, which can be a time consuming sometimes confusing process. In completing the education requirements section, you see that you need at least 35 contact […]

John P. Reiling: Three Approaches to Strategic Project Management

Strategy and project management are tied together quite closely – or should be! Here’s a look at three practical and useful approaches to help you link strategy to project management to produce results. Why Strategy and Project Management?

 

 

Three Approaches

1. Von Clausewitz Carl von Clausewitz was […]