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    مبارك أن شاء الله ، هل نهاية شهر 6/2009 هو آخر موعد للاصدار الثالث؟ أم نهاية شهر 5/2009م وشكرا

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    النهارده PMP Exam Passed

    I’m Happy to tell you that I’ve successfully passed my PMP exam Today, thanks to all the tips and advices you have been telling me. It was always a lot of help

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    ما شاااء الله ألف مبروك أخوي

    صدقا انت هيك رفعت من معنوياتنا

    ويا ريت تحدثنا عن تجربتك وتعطينا بعض النصائح اذا ما فيها غلبه عليك

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    بدوام النجاح والتوفيق
    والعقبى لكل من يستعد للاختبار

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    الف مليون مبروك
    وعقبالنا كلنا ااااااااااااااااااااااااامين

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    PMP .. Lessons Learned

    هذه المقالة لأحد الأصدقاء الناجحين بامتحان pmp مؤخراً
    hi,

    i passed my pmp exam on wednesday 05.27. Below are my lessons learned
    and other details.

    My core preparations really started the friday 05.22 with approx 6 - 8
    hours each day including 4 hours of dedicated testing time. The core
    studies were:

    Core study plan -
    1. Read pmbok
    2. Read rita
    3. Created my hybrid notes from rita and pmbok combined; this
    consisted of a 1 double-sided page per chapter; created them 2 nights
    before the exam and was the only thing i reviewed the day of the exam
    4. Read pmbok glossary
    5. Practiced page 70 of pmbok extensively and mapped to the rita
    process game

    practice tests -
    took tests everyday for the last 4 days at the same time my test was
    scheduled. This helped me get into the routine of sitting through the
    4 hours on the test day; below are the tests and scores with elapsed
    time -
    1. Pmbok questions in 3 hours scoring 157/200 or 78.5%
    2. Rita questions in 2 hours 19 mins scoring 158/200 or 79%
    3. Vlc questions in 55 mins scoring 89/114 or 78%
    4. Misc. Questions from crosswind, testking and other sources approx
    150 randomly
    5. Head first questions in 2 hours 29 mins scoring 149/200 or 74.5%
    6. Oliver lehman questions in 1 hour 43 mins scoring 46/75 or 61.3%
    7. Pmstudy.com questions in 2 hours 46 mins scoring 109/175 - 62.29%

    so you see, the law of diminishing returns actually works .. The more
    number of tests i gave, the slower i got and progressively scored
    lower :); so knew it was time; btw however trivial this law may
    appear, don't ignore this topic for the exam

    pmp exam -
    during the test, i finished the 200 questions in 2 hours and 58
    mintues with 1 break of 5 mins after the first two hours. Spent the
    next 45 mins to review the 34 marked for review qts. With the balance
    of the time did random sampling of questions to review them .. Figured
    having invested so many days studying, 15 more minutes will not kill
    me and this did help. While reviewing the marked questions, i covered
    the original answers with my hand and attempted to take them again, if
    the answers matched, moved on immediately without giving it a second
    thought. In cases where i answered differently the second time around,
    analyzed it further.

    My analysis and lessons learned –
    • the very first question was whacked; have not seen in pmbok or rita,
    talk about confidence builder; followed by the next 5 or six which
    were very tough, wordy and cost calculations related. It did impact me
    from a confidence point of view and that effect stayed till then next
    50 questions or so. I was getting ready not to pass, but then i
    changed my strategy and started marking them for review and moving on.
    Later when the feel-good factor set it, was able to re-visit those
    questions more rationally

    • the questions were wordy, a good portion of them but not all;
    comparable to rita questions in terms of wordiness and length. However
    i personally found questions from headfirst wordier and that was a
    good test to learn how to read and re-read and grasp the gist of the
    questions. So highly recommend, try the headfirst test to experience
    the ultra long questions

    • rita book is good, it helps in understanding the concept. However
    found it to have a tinge of dry humour/sarcasm inbuilt, does not help
    when you are preparing

    • also found headfirst to be very simple and light (did not read it
    indepth but only perused it and for the answers to the questions i got
    wrong during the practice test); was able to capture the fundamentals
    immediately. Headfirst is light read and fun to go through; no sarcasm
    either

    • several question banks focus a great deal on negative reverse
    questions such as the one with “except”, “which does not”; not a
    single question was presented that way in the exam.

    • focus on pmbok; though it is dry and boring, it is very very
    important to cover the minute details which are easy to get missed in
    rita (not sure about the other books)

    • spend time on learning the details of each concept, itto. For eg.
    Matrix organization, there is so much more than what rita book has to
    offer .. Was surprised to see a question pertaining to matrix which
    took me several re-reads to figure it out. You’d think you know
    everything there is to a matrix org.

    • focus on the pmbok glossary, a good refresher before the exam

    • itto – i refused to memorize these. 2 hours prior to the exam, i
    scratched notes for myself using a few itto and that proved very
    helpful. There were a great deal of questions on itto; some asked
    about the concepts, some phases, 1 or 2 were direct, but overall you
    needed to know what they mean rather than just the name of the itto.
    Updates (itto), had approx 5 questions which were related to updates
    itto. In my preps, i would overlook them, till the last day and that
    helped.

    • for a good quality score, focus on quality. I was surprised to see
    the number of the quality questions on the exam. Though i had expected
    a good portion of them, they totally outnumbered my expectations

    • cost calculations – these were very complex questions and none like
    any that were part of the practice exams. After spending approx 5 mins
    on each, i was forced to mark them for review and move on; reattempted
    them during the review session and was able to think more clearly. Not
    straight forward at all. These made the fence question in rita’s book
    look elementary.

    • you will be risking it if you take risk chapter lightly

    • remember – customer focus and satisfaction is essential to any
    project, with that mindset, a few questions will be easy to score

    • focus on a set material and question banks. There are tons of
    resources available; create your checklist and stick to it. I was
    tempted and distracted with the wide array of alternate options and
    made a conscious effort not to indulge in extra materials till i have
    finished the ones at hand. Truth is you, if you have a good checklist,
    you will not have time to complete it all. So don’t waste your time
    hunting for notes, questions, and books. Create a checklist and stick
    to it. Ironically checklist is a quality output ;)

    what would i do differently -
    • increased focus on pmbok
    • include headfirst in my studyplan
    • relate pmbok page 70 and rita’s process game and map them up earlier
    in the process of my studies
    • invest time in studying in itto; not just what they are but with
    descriptions and how they fit into the process and inter-relate to
    other areas
    • questions not sure for, mark for review and move on. Come back later
    to revisit
    • give myself a few more days of heads-up time to create my own notes to study from
    • i would not cram in info and study till the very end prior to the
    exam. Give myself apporx. 3 hours (if not more) prior to the exam to
    clear the mind. Well that was the plan, but it did not work out that
    way
    • scope out the testing center with parking and other locale traffic
    in advance

    i hope this helps atleast a fraction with your preparations.

    All the best.

    Now that i have passed the exam, adding those three letters to my
    signature. :)

    fai! -pmp




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    عبدالقادر حجاج
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    Many Thanks for the writter and the conveyor, it is a very good text, but needs to be refined and reorganized to be better understood

    regards

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    samar OMAR
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    جزاك الله خيرااااااااااااااااااااا

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    وسام صيام
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    بحمدالله نلت شهادة pmp

    السلام عليكم أجمعين
    بفضل الله وتوفيقه اجتزت امتحان PMP بنجاح هذا اليوم، والفضل يرجع بعد الله سبحانه وتعالى الى دورة الاستاذ عمار مانكو حفظه الله..

    الامتحان سهل ولكن الاسئلة تتطلب تمحيص دقيق، و يجب عليك ان تفهم جيدا ماهي النقطة الرئيسية بالسؤال وفهم معاني الكلمات.


    المواد التي اعتمدت عليها بالدراسة:
    1. دورة شركة Method المقدمة من الاستاذ عمار مانكو
    2. قراءة كتاب PMBOK بالتفصيل
    3. كتاب ريتا
    4. اسئلة PMstudy
    5. موقع PMHUB.net فيه ملخصات مفيدة جدا
    6. اسئلة اوليفر ليهمان http://www.oliverlehmann.com/*******..._Questions.pdf
    7. كتاب Head first يساعد في ترسيخ المفاهيم وخصوصا عند المراجعة
    من المهم توافر الخبرة العملية للشخص فبدونها من الصعب استيعاب المادة بالشكل المطلوب.

    واخيرا لا تجعل همك فقط الحصول على الشهادة بل استثمر الوقت للتعلم وزيادة الالمام بعلم ادارة المشاريع.

    تقبلوا خالص تحياتي

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