You are asking yourself right now,
“Where do I start to guarantee I pass the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam in 30 days?"
Be patient, stay calm, and continue to read this quick article to understand the steps of this process – how each step leads to the next. So remember – finish one step before starting the next to prevent yourself from becoming overwhelmed.
Preparing for the PMP exam will take daily dedication to study and understanding the material.
Preparing for the PMP Exam takes time and while I do NOT advocate a fast approach, sometimes there are “legitimate” reasons that require you to sit for the exam within 30 days (or sooner). The upcoming change might be such a reason!
What follows are key steps, processes, and resources that, along with your dedication, will allow you to prepare for and pass the PMP exam in 30 days (or less). Here is what the article contains:
- 1. How to Get a PMP Certification Fast?
- 2. How to Pass the PMP in 30 days?
- 3. How to Pass the PMP in 10 days?
- 4. Need your PMP Fast? Think again!
- 5. So, what is the Best Way to Pass the PMP Exam?
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One of Markus's central objectives and motivations is to implement and deploy the PMI project philosophy and a PMI-based project management methodology in his company.
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Markus set up a few PMI certification related LinkedIn groups and is co-administrator of the biggest and most active PMP related LinkedIn group:'I want to be a PMP'. Markus is also one of the most viewed contributors in PMP and PMI related content/questions at Quora. He also founded his own Project Management related website at http://www.pmcertification-online.de