Test Prep Questions and their closeness to the real PMP
I have been preparing for the PMP for the last 2 weeks and have an exam scheduled for Oct 27th. As advised by a friend, I have only been using Andy Crowe's 4th edition to prepare and havent followed any other book so far. One thing that I have noticed is that as I move along in the processes, the sheer number of them seems to be getting overwhelming to remember inputs, tools and outputs for each one of them. Also, when I tried some sample questions from Rita's 6th edition just to see where I stand, I was totally confused to see such convoluted questions. I seem to have failed miserably (just 50% success) in just one chapter of Rita's questions.
For those of you who took the test recently, it would be a great help to let us know as to which book has the questions that resemble on the real exam. I find the questions in Andy's book moderate but Rita's book to be having the harder ones. Can someone please help me in clarifying this ?
Also, is it important to know the actual inputs/tools and outputs of each process by heart ?
Many thanks in advance.