Passed PMP test on second try
Hello fellow students!
I took a 3-day course last fall to help pass the PMP. I was encouraged to take the test “ASAP” and was told that reading the PMBOK was not necessary – just to ready Rita’s book. I studied diligently for 3 months, started a local study group and scheduled the test December 22, 2014. Even though I thought I “aced it”, I did not pass. While I was crying on the way home from the test, my husband found Richard Kraneis online:
I watched the video and never forgot about Richard. I contacted him a few months later in March and I hired him to help me pass the test. His tools and techniques were truly invaluable! I changed my study techniques, read the PMBOK, and was not in a race to take the test. His techniques also enabled me to memorize the 47 process groups which was a huge benefit to passing the test. I passed the PMP test October 19th!
Richard has a passion for teaching and to see other serious students succeed. His webinars were also a huge benefit because I learned so much and I was surrounded by other students going through the same thing. We supported and encouraged one another through the process. I believe it’s a huge benefit to surround yourself with other students who are going through this with you and to be in a study group lead by a PMP professional – one who is a great teacher. If you are serious about dedicating yourself to passing the PMP test, I highly recommend contacting Richard Kraneis to help you through your journey.