How SmartPath LLC's Training Helps You Pass the PMP(R) Exam
This is what you need to pass the PMP® Exam: updated 1-13-2019. We provide the following:
(a) First and foremost, we provide a good framework of understanding so you can answer any situational questions. You will understand these areas from an exam-focused point of view. You may have to un-learn information you may think is correct. It may be information that you recently learned. This is Exam-Focused so you have got to get it right!
(b) Specific exercises that will help you understand each of the 49 processes plus 9 role-dependent processes
(c) Specific exercises that will help you understand the Outputs to Inputs
(d) Information that is unique about a process, such as meanings and purpose
(e) Memory Joggers for various content.
(f) Practice questions that will help you understand a specific knowledge area - so when the situation is presented, you can answer any of the scenarios.
(g) Workflow # 11 and 13 - We guarantee you will not pass without knowing the information on these workflows
(h) Memorize all of the formulas and/or know how to do the calculations but don't expect a lot, if any.
(i) Know all of your charts and diagrams and when you use them
(j) Exercise 2 - covers lots of essentials that typically come in the exam
(k) Know the rest of the Tools, Techniques, Documents - See Exercises1, 3
(l) Be able to sit in class again if you find you have gaps in a specific area and especially if you don't take the exam within 30 days.
(m) Specific areas that you need to do a fast review of 5 to 10 days before you take the exam
(n) Project Management Visibility: Covers summary of key knowledge in 3 Prep Exercises and 16 Pictorial Workflows
(o) Color-coded input/output/tools, techniques and documents chart - very useful for learning OTTIS at a glance. This is one of the workflows
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