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Sagar Mahajan, PMP Says

posted 20 Aug 2015, 23:36 by EPMC Admin   [ updated 6 Jul 2016, 04:16 by Vaijayantee Kamat ]
I would like to say thanks to EPMC for helping me in acquiring my Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential and for training of 35 PDUs, which is mandatory for taking PMP® certification exam. Their way of teaching and mentoring the PMP® aspirants are awesome. EPMC’s guidance on how to study and how much should study is really a trick behind passing PMP® certification exam, EPMC insist on preparing thoroughly and their MIND MAPs and I think this material is more than enough to clear the exam. I would like to share my study experience with you all. You should not only read  A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management INC,  but to understand each and every line written in PMBOK® Guide, don’t keep any chapter in optional from PMBOK® Guide. There could be as many as 3 questions on one sentence ( e.g. ‘Issue log’ or ‘EVM’) hence you should read and understand each and every sentence written in the PMBOK® Guide, as you read 1st time , 2nd time you will understand PMBOK® Guide more and more.

Very important for passing the PMP® exam, EPMC has simulation exam which is more or less equivalent to PMP® exam or I MUST say ,it is more difficult than real PMP® exam. Hence, If you score more than or equal to 75% in EPMC’s simulation exam, I will bet if you fail in real PMP® exam. Over and above, EPMC does analysis of your simulation test results and provide guidance on weak topics.

Thanks to EPMC once again for giving a proper and necessary guidance.