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How Project management.com Help PMP aspirants?
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I am going through Projectmanagement.com contents and details after passing PMP but I am very much curious to know from the Project management community, how well project management.com help in the preparing PMP and other management PMI certifications or any other management certifications?

How aspirants follow this site to gain maximum output and stuff to pass PMP.
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Hi Ramakant

I have seen past threads on people sharing their PMP journey or referring others to read books like Rita in addition to PMBOK guide or do the PM Prepcast , just like I did .

I see people following the "giving back to the profession" principle of PMP here .
People also share their own experiences regarding other Project Management qualifications
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1 reply by Ramakant Beernally
May 15, 2019 11:02 AM
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Thanks Deepesh sharing your views. When I was preparing for PMP I know about this site but I didn't know how to use this huge information spread across different umbrella/sections, what to read and what not to read? what is important and what is not but now I can able to suggest a couple of thing to PMP aspirants so that it will help them like:
1. Going through PM Challenges section they are able to see 1000 very useful questions which will help them to prepare for the exam and also act as mock questions etc.

2. Aspirants can put their question/queries under the discussion section so that the projecct management community will help/suggest to clear their doubts or queries and also suggest some important point to follow for PMP or other management courses.
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Sharing the experience and the technical issues are one of the most application of this website. The experience can be referred to anything from PMP registration to ... .
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1 reply by Ramakant Beernally
May 15, 2019 11:03 AM
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True.
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May 15, 2019 12:59 AM
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Hi Ramakant

I have seen past threads on people sharing their PMP journey or referring others to read books like Rita in addition to PMBOK guide or do the PM Prepcast , just like I did .

I see people following the "giving back to the profession" principle of PMP here .
People also share their own experiences regarding other Project Management qualifications
Thanks Deepesh sharing your views. When I was preparing for PMP I know about this site but I didn't know how to use this huge information spread across different umbrella/sections, what to read and what not to read? what is important and what is not but now I can able to suggest a couple of thing to PMP aspirants so that it will help them like:
1. Going through PM Challenges section they are able to see 1000 very useful questions which will help them to prepare for the exam and also act as mock questions etc.

2. Aspirants can put their question/queries under the discussion section so that the projecct management community will help/suggest to clear their doubts or queries and also suggest some important point to follow for PMP or other management courses.
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May 15, 2019 8:01 AM
Replying to Abolfazl Yousefi Darestani
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Sharing the experience and the technical issues are one of the most application of this website. The experience can be referred to anything from PMP registration to ... .
True.
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There are a lot of good resources on projectmanagement.com, including searchable articles, blogs, and webinars.

I already had my PMP when I joined this website, but I remember having some fun with the PM Challenge and thinking it was a great tool for those who want to prepare for the exam.

And of course, we have this forum to ask questions. I've long thought we should have a dedicated channel for those who have questions about the PMP- perhaps including other certifications as well.

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