PMP :Looking for tips

 Dears,

 

i am looking for some tips which allow to quickly understand and learning relationships between Kwonledge Areas and Processes

 

Regards

saketbansal's picture

You may explore this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HsAS1xcupY

It gives detailed overview of PMBOK contents. 

admin's picture

Search on PMZilla also, there is a lot of content and tips

christymax12's picture

Studying for any exam requires tremendous effort, time and diligence. Not one among those with which you can have a one night study session, the PMP exam requires extensive preparation over months, to pass. If you are among those who are already well established in your career, it may be years before you have studied for an exam, your study skills may be a little bit rusty.

Worry Not!

It is still possible to master all the material given for the PMP exam by using a systematic approach while studying for the exam.

The table below shows the number of PMP holders worldwide, increasing drastically through the last six months.

 

The Four Step Study Process:

Survey: Before beginning your session, survey the material that you have planned to cover. Review all the charts, graphs and headings in both A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) and your prep book. Attaining familiarity with the topics that you wish to cover will give you a better understanding of where to find certain topics in the book, for your initial study and for your revision. This method also makes it easy for you to arrange information in a systematic and sensible order that can be easily retrievable from your memory.
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v.a.verma's picture

Majority of your objective can be achieved through following link. Invest around 1 hour in this and you are through for entire life.

http://www.pmzilla.com/how-plot-47-processes-knowledge-areaprocess-group-grid-3-minutes-flat

pmcoe's picture

Hi,

 

may i refer you to the following guide regarding your request?

 

PMBOK Knowledge Areas for Project Management Guide 5th Edition - Process Groups and Processes - The Complete Guide
http://goo.gl/I2Eusc

 

Hope this helps,

 

Regards,

 

Markus