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PMP online schools
In your point of view, what are the best online PMP teaching institutions? BrainSensei one of them?
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In my view praizion is world class
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Apr 16, 2020 1:38 AM
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Thanks for the vote Paul!
Izenbridge is best I think, I am happy with.
There are many extremely good teaching institutes, which is the best would be dependant on ones style of learning. I have to concur Paul, I have found Praizon and Phill Akinwale delivery style most engaging.
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Apr 16, 2020 1:38 AM
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Thank you Julie Ann. Best wishes.
PM Coach Dan Ryan is the best! I also recommend Master of Project Academy and Ricardo Vargas.
I used StormWind, as I enjoyed the instructor. This is more of like a basic PMP 101 class than anything else though.
Aug 08, 2019 4:03 AM
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In my view praizion is world class
Thanks for the vote Paul!
Aug 08, 2019 1:10 PM
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There are many extremely good teaching institutes, which is the best would be dependant on ones style of learning. I have to concur Paul, I have found Praizon and Phill Akinwale delivery style most engaging.
Thank you Julie Ann. Best wishes.
Below are my recommendations for PMP courses:

- Udemy has some great PMP courses (Joseph Philips)
- PM PrepCast
- RMC Learning Solutions
I'm not sure if it's the best, but I went with Joseph Phillips' course on Instructing.com. I am not sure if it's the same course as the one on Udemy, but it's a lot cheaper. I found it was pretty thorough. I used it for my PMP and went back for the PMI-ACP coursework.
For all four of my PMI certifications, I used different online resources. (None for my PMP because they were few and expensive back in 2003.)

My take on them? They are as good as your ability to leverage them fully and use them as a basis to learn more.

For example, I just completed my ACP using only Udemy-purchased questions. The bulk of my effort was around researching the questions' answers. As a result, I passed the exam at the end of February. Would I recommend this approach to everyone? Surely not as it can be difficult to find the explanations behind the answers.

But it does illustrate that the tool is not what makes you pass the exam. It's how you use the tool to its fullest potential.
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