Last Saturday, I tool the PMP exam and failed it miserably with BP on all 5 areas. I'd taken the PMP exam workshop course from my local PMI chapter as well as the PMP-Prep Cast. Add to that, various sample tests and late night studying. I know I bombed the formula questions and those relating to critical path, but took the risk because I was told they would only account for a small number and I just wanted to get through it.
Suffice it to say, my strategy didn't pan out. Now I have to retake it, I've been dealing with a bit of depression and regret as well as an overall feeling of failure.
The strange part about it for me is that I felt pretty good after the test, I through I'd squeek by (after all, 106 questions out of 200 should be fairly easy, right?). It certainly didn't feel like I got a BP on every section.
If anyone has any advice, I'd appreciate it.