Passing the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam can seem like a daunting task when project managers first decide to take the leap. Just like a project management plan, if you carefully map out your study plan, you will be successful. You must understand several key concepts, be intimately familiar with the five process groups and ten knowledge areas, understand project management terminology, and learn to think like PMI. It is also important to set study goals, create a schedule for success, and commit fully to passing the exam in order to obtain your PMP credential. Following the best practices outlined here can put you on the road to certification and will have you prepared for your PMP Boot Camp.
Tips and Techniques to Pass the PMP Exam
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