I have started preparing for PMP and my exam in on April. Can anyone please recommend some good tips to rememeber ITTO please..
Thanks in Advance!
Fri, 02/22/2013 - 05:04
I don't think that you need to 'remember' ITTO. Rather understanding them and knowing when to use them should suffice.
Fri, 02/22/2013 - 08:02
Some materials here http://pmzilla.com/pmp-study-material-pmp
Fri, 02/22/2013 - 09:11
Understand why a particular input is required for the process, why a particular output is generated from the process. Understand each T&T for the process, why is it required, what are the usages and who is it different from other related T&T. This would help you applying logic while answering questions.
Do ITTO mock questions which would help you retain the knowledge and practicing to recall it during the exam.
Fri, 02/22/2013 - 18:58
If you have the bandwidth and inclination, practice writing them down every morning in 'short hand'. It'll eat up 20-30 min of your time every day, but is surely worth it.
I had learned up all ITTOs that way during my preps and I attribute a large part of my success to it. But then again people have different ways of doing the same thing. Take your pic!
Fri, 02/22/2013 - 23:53
Thanks all for your suggestions.. i will try to understand them in more detail.. i think PMP is not that easy as i thought.. :)
Sat, 02/23/2013 - 01:09
A very classic tip given by brother Diba ~perfect-5ps.
likeway there are many memory techniques.
In my case I usually had to travel a hour of journey daily to reach my work place and to come back.
I kept those days a word format itto list, in my wide screen mobile and I roll down it and recite it sequencially.
Mnemonics---- short forms -- abbriviations
while reciting - those ITTOS I develop my own mnemonicrs for All Tools & Techniques --- that is uploaded here in PMZILLA main page - pmp materials. T&T.xlsx
FOR example if I ask :
What is PMBOK and How it is pronounced.
Perhaps you will not think that it will be mnimonics also.
PMBOK = is pronounced as PI M BOK
So it is a way of remembering the long perodies.
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