The Complete Guide To “How To Get PMP Certification”

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How to study for and get PMP certificationIf you are preparing for your PMP® exam then you probably have many questions and "How to get PMP certified?" ist just the start... But don't worry, because you have come to the right place! In this article from our friends of prepcast.com, they will answer every possible question that you may have about the PMP Exam!

They begin with the PMP Exam requirements, moving on to the PMBOK Guide, discuss resources you may need for your studies, explain several exam preparation strategies, memorization techniques, brain dump sheets, time management during the actual exam, and about a dozen more topics that you will find valuable. 

And no article like this could be complete without PMP exam tips. You'll find those highlighted in each section.

Most importantly, We don't expect you to read the whole article at once. Instead, we recommend that you start by reviewing the table of contents just below to quickly find the answers to your most pressing questions. And once you have those questions answered you should come back to the top and read the article all the way. It really is "The Ultimate Guide To How To Get PMP Certification"

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The Complete Guide to PMP 35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education

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Guide to earning 35 PMP Contact HoursIf you want to become a PMP you have to fullfill several egilibiliy criteria. You can find more information about those criterias in the guide "How to get PMP". One of those criteria is that you have to obtain at least 35 so called "contact hours" for the pmp application. In this article from our friends of prepcast.com, they will answer every possible question that you may have about how to obtain those 35 "contact hours"!

They will debunk some myths, define it all clearly and give you the tools you need to complete your application confidently.

And no article like this could be complete without PMP exam tips. You'll find those highlighted in each section.

Here is an overview of all the topics in the article: The Complete Guide to PMP 35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education

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Creating Your PMP Study Plan - The Complete Guide

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Guide to creating your PMP Study PlanIn this article from our friends of prepcast.com, you will learn how to create your very own study plan step by step. They begin with a general overview and then quickly move on to nearly a dozen best practices that they have identified. You will know exactly what to do! 

The best way to study for the PMP exam will be based on your personal learning likes and needs. Additionally, there is no reason to be overwhelmed at the prospect of developing study plan, as there are a wealth of resources available to exam candidates that allow you to mix and match resources fit to your specific needs, style of learning, and individual circumstances while you prepare for the exam.

Creating Your PMP Study Plan - The Complete Guide

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The Complete Guide to PMP ITTO

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ITTO Inputs Tools Techniques and Outputs from PMBOK GuideThe insecurity of maybe any pmp aspirant about this topic is probably responsible for more questions and anxiety for PMP® candidates than any other exam-related topic. Who wonder cause of that seem ingly endless PMP ITTO that are diagramed and discussed overall iin the PMBoK Guide®? 

But don't worry! Our friends of prepcast.com conducted a complete guide regarding this topic which will take away all your insecurity for sure.

Since understanding PMP ITTO and their relationships is logical this Complete Guide will show you how to understand and make ITTO your ally when taking the Exam.

By the end of this guide you will have learned everything there is to know about the various aspects, facets and features of Inputs, Tools, Techniques and Outputs you need for your exam success.

We'll start this by putting ITTO into context, then move into the "What's" and "Why's" behind ITTO, and finish with "How's" of studying and using ITTO.

The Complete Guide to PMP ITTO (Inputs, Tools, Techniques and Outputs)

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PMBoK® Guide - The Complete Guide to Knowledge Areas and Process Groups

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http://www.wiziq.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/project-management-key-areas1.jpgThe PMP Exam is all about PMBoK Guide! (Well, in fact about 75% of the exam is based on the PMbOk Guide content; about 25% are about other topics like ethics and so on. We will come to that stuff later on ...)
By the time you’ve got through the first page of the PMBOK® Guide you’ll have come across the terms Knowledge Areas and Process Groups.  Add to that a ‘normal’ process and you’ve got three very different things that form the backbone of the book.

They overlap, interact and depend on each other. It’s so easy to get confused between a PMBOK Knowledge Area and a Process Group, and then don’t get me started on those 47 processes that are supposed to fit in somewhere. It’s essential to get your head around how everything slots together when you are preparing for the PMP® exam.

Trust me – it does all slot together. By the time you get to the end of this article from our friends of prepcast.com  you’ll fully understand the difference between a Knowledge Area, a Process Group and a process. You’ll know how they complement each other and most importantly, you’ll know why they matter. Because at the end of the day understanding all this stuff is fundamental to delivering projects successfully, not just passing a test.

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