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Thanks for offering! Having such recent experience will be very helpful to the many candidates who visit the Community.
One question I would like to ask as a PMP Prep course instructor is if you had to estimate the percentage or actual number of questions which related to agile or hybrid lifecycles or practices what would that be?
I passed my PMP exam on Dec 5, 2019 after two previous tries. I would document my journey through out the entire process at some point. What worked for me really was that i was able to evaluate why i did not do well in my previous exams.
first of all, congrats for passing the exam. the Board member asked you for your experience, thus I suggest that you provide them with your personal journey experience.
Agile - which is something that will be implemented in the test come July, thus wasn't on my exam. I wouldn't advise spending too much time with preparing for it.
Congrats William. It's been a while since you were last on the forums. I'd suggest writing up your experience as a blog entry. Again, kudos to you!
Congrats William, great Achievement. I agree with my fellow colleagues, it would be beneficial for future aspirants if you write a detailed blog.
Congratulations William! Looks like lot of changes to the exam since I took in 2003. Please do share your journey so that the future candidates will be benefited.
Welcome to the PMP world!
Congratulations William! It's very useful for future PMP aspirants to read about the experiences of persons who have passed the exam. I think everyone has his personal experience. For me, the most useful thing was to practice with simulators, that help us to adapt to the type of questions presented in the real exam.
Congratulations William !!
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