# My Experience in Passing PMP Exam

My Experience in Passing PMP Exam

This is my experience in passing the PMP exam :

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You have to read the PMP Book and make sure to read Glassory section because some of the questions from that part.

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Focus on the ITTO ( Input, Tool , techniques, Output ) for each processes

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Focus on the process group relationship

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Do some simulation test before the exam

Find some good files that can help in that :

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PMP Exam Formula [ This is a one page in PDF that show you all the formula that you have to use in PMP exam ]

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PMP ITTO [ This is a one page that help you to memorize the ITTO for each process

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PMP Process Group [ this is a one page also that help you to know the relationship between all the processes ]

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PMP EXAM simulation TEST [ online ]

Finally, I gave this advises to one of my friend and he pass the PMP exam last week .

I wish all the best for everyone to pass the PMP Exam.

### My Experience in Passing PMP Exam

This looks more like an advertisement to me rather than Lesson Learned.

kind regards,

The PMP Guru

http://thepmpguru.wordpress.com/

### Thanks

The links are fine, thanks for sharing the info. But memorizing all the ITTOs is not advisable as per most of the bestseller authors of PMP Preparation Guides - Heldman, Andy Crowe and Rita Mulcahy included. The simulated tests are great but some major mistakes are there in the answer, one really made me fall off my chair -- this was a question about PERT - M is 6, O is 3 and P is 9. Answer is 6.3 given in the exam. I thought it is 12+24=36 divide by 6 = 6. May be I am wrong after all, (P+4M+O) / 6 is what I thought.

But the tests are good otherwise.

Thanks

### Project Hours Completed

The following website was helpful in completing the hours completed/PM experience. Well put together spreadsheet and it calculates the hours as well.

http://www.projectsmart.co.uk/pmp-exam-application.html

### I agree with PMPGuru, looks

I agree with PMPGuru, looks like an ad rather than tips to pass.