Ganesh Purandare, PMP Says

posted 16 Jul 2015, 03:01 by EPMC Admin   [ updated 30 Aug 2015, 21:45 ]
I’m grateful to both of our trainers, Mr. Sateesh Kamat and Mrs. Vaijayantee Kamat for inculcating all the necessary knowledge regarding PMP!

Right after completion of the 35 Contact Hours Course, I initiated my credentials for experience through the template provided by EPMC and go it scrutinized as well, which gave me more confidence to go ahead.

Studying after 12 odd years was a tall task and with added constraints from work and personal commitments it becomes all the more difficult. However, I was determined to obtain the PMP Certification which motivated me to spare time for studying and I made it a point to book my examination appointment, by this I was all the more dedicated to my studies. I solved all the questions from EPMC book thrice! Just to make my concepts clearer and in addition to this I solved over 1200 questions available on PMI website. I appeared for my mock test which gave me an idea about my potentially stronger and weaker knowledge areas. The mock test result analysis made it clear on which area I need to focus more and I did!

My advise to new aspirants will be to study PMBOK thoroughly may be up to 80%, the EPMC notes should be read even more thoroughly may be up to 95% and what you should 100% do is to recall is the guidance and examples stated during 35 Contact Hours Course by Mr. Sateesh Kamat – those examples are so live and will make your studies easy that you can relate to all knowledge areas more promptly.

All the very best!

I once again sincerely thank Mr. Sateesh Kamat and Mrs. Vaijayantee Kamat and the entire EPMC team for all the necessary support provided for the triumph.