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Don't be discouraged, I have met many that have failed the first time. I did not, I was referred to Rita and to Andy Crowe. I am a more visual learner, that needs to picture the question in my mind. Andy's book does that, attached to the book is a trial of his online course that includes access to two practice test that were very helpful as well as an introduction to the online training. Had I not waited until two weeks before the test, I would have selected his online course in its entirety (I think). I passed so I did not have to go looking for another resource. Good luck!
This is the site I used to do all of my mock exams and a few practice tests: https://learnabout.successfulprojects.com/login/index.php
It's a good one that allows you to take multiple timed mock exams with 200 questions and the ability to mark questions for review and review the answers to the test once complete. There are also a number of 50 questions practice tests you can take too if you're short on time. It does have a lot of situational based questions, along with terms/definitions, math, and process/knowledge area questions.
I used this site extensively when preparing to take the exam and I passed on the first try in December 2018. Good luck! I hope you find this helpful!
Sometimes the free mock test doesn't compile with PMO book, for my certification I used "pm prepcast" exam simulator which helped me a lot in a sense that detail explanation of wrong answers. I am not advocating any online course, but I am sharing my experience.
I hope you have wonderful learning ..
I have seen three to four simulator but PM prepcast is the good one, the way questions has been given also result has been shown group and knowledge base so that you can able to identify your gap area. Also 7 full 200 questions which make you perfect to handle situations questions but it cost is little bit more I.e. around $125 to $135. See their demo simulator and decide accordingly. Nothing to worry about many people had no success at 1st attempt.
PM Prepcast's exam simulator. If you do well on that, you should be OK.
If you find you need more resources to prepare, see my profile.
I appreciate for sparing time for all your valuable feedbacks.
Thanks for the references.
PM Prepcast exam simulator was great,,,comes with 8 full length exams and provides feedback on missed questions with the exact location in the PMBOK where the answer resides. I found them to be rather difficult....I scored between and 68 - 78% on all 8 practice exams then did really well on the actual PMP exam.
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