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Thanks, everyone for the contribution, this is a valuable thread indeed. I would recommend our PMP online program by Saket Bansal. Here is the link -https://www.izenbridge.com/pmp/online-course/
Saket is quite thorough with his approach to simplifying a topic. His PMP videos are much appreciated across social forums.
I took Joseph Phillips prep course on Udemy.
You will find lot of presentations inside projectmanagement. com. My recommendation is think about the process you will follow to create the project (scope, resources, etc. etc) and then search for presentations on that matter. Take a look, a quick look, to PMBOK.
L:ike you Julia, I took my PMP exam before we had this plethora of training options. (Back in the days when you actually got a grade!)
Luckily, when I went for my PMI-SP and PMI-RMP, I found online training to supplement my studying. By far, the greatest advantage is the mock exams they offer. (I never found flash cards that useful.) Just be careful: they seem to purposely make mock exams different than the certification exam. It's probably to avoid intellectual property infringements.
Project Cubicle Academy has many resources for PMP Certification training, online courses and webinars. While I was preparing for the exam, I read the articles and materials.
They also have Prince2 materials and Sample Exams.
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