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  • Which Project Documents Need A Change Request For Updates?
    Learn the types of project documents that require a change request before they can be updated – and learn which ones don’t. Practical tips for saving time on document management and preparing for documentation questions in the PMP® Exam.
  • Should I become PMP Certified or PMI-ACP Certified?
    Are you wondering whether you should spend time studying for the PMP® Exam or concentrate on studying for the PMI-ACP® Exam? This is a question that many project managers are asking themselves, especially with the increased popularity of Agile Project Management.
  • The 7 Questions Every PMP Student SHOULD Ask Their Coach
    The answers to these 6 questions will help PMP aspirants start their PMP exam prep correctly and effectively. Here’s what a PMP exam coach would advise new students.
  • 7 Lessons Learned from the PMI-ACP® Exam
    Everyone has their own method for studying for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Exam. Whether you carry recommended study material around with you or join your local PMI® Chapter to study with others, someone has been there before you. Luckily, exam candidates are more than happy to share their personal stories and lessons learned wi
  • The 7 Things You Need to Pass the PMI-ACP® Exam
    The Project Management Institute (PMI®) has developed a set of criteria and credentials for recognizing project management professionals who use Agile methodologies in their project, the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) certification. The eligibility criteria and the amount of material covered by the PMI-ACP® Exam can seem overwhelming,
  • 6 Reasons Why You May Have Failed The PMP Exam 3 Times
    Learn 6 reasons why you may have failed the PMP exam 3 times and what to do about them.
  • Knowledge Areas, Process Groups, and Processes-Oh, My!
    This article will help you gain a better understanding of the relationships between the PMBOK® Guide Processes, Knowledge Areas, and Process Groups. Learn why a solid understanding of these relationships is critical to any project manager.
  • How To Prepare For And Pass Your PMI-ACP Exam
    Allen Matheson shares his lessons learned from the PMI-ACP® exam, from application, audit, exam preparation and eventual exam success.
  • Earn 37 PDUs with The Agile PrepCast
    Are you PMP, PgMP, or PMI-ACP certified and in need of PDUs? Then use The Agile PrepCast™ to earn 37 PDUs. It is a convenient, low cost, high quality way to learn about Agile practices and earn PDUs at the same time.
  • How To Prepare for and Pass Your PMP Exam
    Kevin Reilly gives some exam tips and shares his experience of preparing for the PMP exam.
  • PMP® Exam Lessons Learned From Those Who Have Been There
    My co-author Amar Roy, PMP shares his insights into how the real PMP Exam went for him.

    Learn from his experiences, lessons learned and tips and successfully pass your PMP Exam too just like what Amar Roy did.
  • How To Upgrade Yourself To The PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition
    This article outlines a possible approach to "upgrade" yourself from having studied the PMBOK® Guide fourth edition, and you now have to take the fifth edition exam. However, we all learn differently. You should adjust this approach to your own needs.
  • The PMP Exam Changes in 2013. Here’s What You Need to Know.
    The PMP® exam is changing this year because of the publication of the PMBOK® Guide fifth edition. This changeover will happen on July 31st 2013 and in this article we provide our recommendations for PMP candidates.
  • 12 Easy Ways to Earn PDUs
    After earning your Project Management Professional (PMP) or Program Management Professional (PgMP) credential you are required to earn 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every 3 years. We explore 12 simple methods in which you can earn PDUs easily and relatively inexpensively.
  • Earn 30 PDUs in Your Car. For Free.
    As a certified PMP you must earn 60 PDUs every 3 years to keep your certification alive. Probably the easiest way to earn half of your requirement is by listening to free project management podcasts. We’ll introduce you to the concept and give you three podcasts to get you started.
  • Why You Need To Practice With A PMP Exam Simulator
    How is someone to prepare for 200 multiple choice questions that must be answered in four hours…that is just over one minute per question. This can be intimidating to even the best test takers. PMP Exam Simulators offer the user the opportunity to fully prepare for and experience a “real” exam environment prior to sitting for the exam.
  • The 12 Most Popular PMP Exam Preparation Tools
    There are many PMP exam preparation tools on the market that aim to help you pass the PMP exam. This article looks at the 12 most popular types of PMP study materials.
  • Three Ways To Fail Your PMP Exam Audit
    Every Project Management Professional (PMP) application has a 50/50 chance of being audited. Your best strategy for “surviving” the PMP Exam audit successfully is to be truthful from the start, know what will be asked of you, and proactively prepare your PMP application.
  • Why PMI Won’t Say If You Passed Or Failed Your PMP Exam
    The PMP exam is changing on August 31, 2011. For about 6 weeks after this change, test takers will not immediately be told if they passed or failed the exam. Here’s why.
  • The Secret Of Creating Your PMP Exam Brain Dump Sheet
    The Project Management Professional (PMP)® Exam is a ‘closed’ book exam. That means the only reference material you are allowed to carry into the testing facility has to be contained in your brain. A Brain Dump is a proven and effective way to bring reference material into the testing facility and it will help you to think clearer.
  • 5 Reasons NOT to Take a PMP Exam Boot Camp
    PMP Exam Bootcamps are often advertised as a “sure fire way to pass the PMP Exam”. However, while they may help you in passing the exam, they have a number of significant drawbacks. This article explores these “unmentionables” and explains why boot camps are a really bad idea.

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