PMP® Exam Prep: Mastering Situational Exam Questions
Open Enrollment Course Dates: TBD (on-site and group classes available)
Course Length: 1 day
Delivery: Instructor Led/Group Live
Prerequisites: A thorough understanding of the PMBOK Guide – Sixth Edition and project management best practices.
Course Level: Introductory
Course Fee: $395/single participant (call for group and/or on-site pricing)
Recommended CPE: 8 hours
The PMP® Certification Exam is a Psychometric Test. It goes beyond basic knowledge of the Project Management Body of Knowledge and attempts to determine if you can apply this knowledge. It places you in conditions that mimic the project environment such as being supplied with too much data and having to extract what is important, as well as working under time pressures and stressful. The PMP® Exam is composed largely of situational questions in which you are presented with a situation and asked questions such as: what caused this situation, what should you have done to prevent it, how do you correct it, and what do you do next.
This course will prepare you for the PMP® Exam experience. Topics include:
- How to deal with stress during the exam.
- Time management.
- Recognizing what the question is asking.
- Recognizing the context in which the question is asked.
- Handling “Not” and “Except” questions.
- Using PMBOK Table 1-4, Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Area Mapping to place questions in context.
- Thumb rules for answering PMP® Exam Questions.
Cancellation Policy: 5 working days for full refund. Cancellations after that time are charged full tuition for the course.
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