This week's featured lessons learned comes to us courtesy of Chi Wing Chung.
In this lesson learned Chi Wing Chung shared some of his preparations and experiences in the PMP exam:
After 3 hours and 36 minutes of sitting before a computer answering 200 PMP Exam questions, I am finally a certified PMP. The whole preparation journey is both a joyful and fruitful experience for me and my professional life.
1. Document Review
The document I am talking about is of course the PMBOK Guide. I read through it twice during my preparation. This is of utmost importance as any reference books do not contain 100% of the contents from this book.
PMI does not require the contact hours to be attainted through formal face-to-face lectures. That gives the possibility of gaining the required 35 contact hours remotely through a podcast lessons – The Project Management Precast ...
3. Progressive Elaboration
Everyone agrees that the PMBOK Guide is a dry read. I do. I read it twice during my preparation without falling asleep. How? During the first time, I read it as fast as I could without trying to memorize any single bit of information from the guide (somewhat like skimming the contents). I wanted to get an overview of the exam syllabus...
To read about his complete experience, please follow this link: http://www.project-management-prepcast.com/index.php/kunena/11-less...
Until Next Time,
Cornelius Fichtner, PMP
President, OSP International LLC