Over the last 4 articles, I’ve taken you from start to finish on the PMP Exam. We’ve come a long way together, from the application to taking (and passing) the exam itself. Hopefully you were able to take my methods and put them into practice for yourself! Not everything I recommend will work for everyone equally; like the PMBOK Guide, some tailoring is necessary. If this post is your first exposure to my PMP series and you’re confused, then don’t worry! You can always go back and start from the beginning.
If you want to cut out the chatter and get straight to the good stuff, then I totally understand. You can always go back later and read each post for context. In the interim, here are direct download links to my tools:
- A project management hours calculator for your exam application
- A study exercise to help you practice intermittent recall
- And a test strategy guide so you can plan your approach on the exam
If you’ve found my materials helpful, then please share them! I am providing my content for free, now and forever. All I ask is that you let people know where you found the content and point them my way.