September 28 & 29, 2020 | Virtual
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I just passed my ACP exam in February, Jacob. Because I already had some self-taught Scrum and the experience of a multi-year agile project, I did not rely on books or training. (The one exception is the Agile Practice Guide.)
Instead, I purchased a package of 500 ACP questions from Udemy and worked my way through them. Every time I did not understand the answer, I would research it. It took me about a week to work through the questions.
I was pleased that I was able to take the exam online. All the best.
An alternative to Mike's book (which I had used back in 2017) is Andy Crowe's book.
Don't worry so much about picking the right option. Just pick one and use it fully.
We are a Velociteach partner and I deliver PMP Prep courses using their products so their ACP book was a natural fit for my needs (plus I got a free copy of it :-) ).
Were the Udemy questions that you purchased good for preparing you for these "situational" questions?
Thanks for sharing.
Eduhubspot.com also based on Mike Griffiths book.
But this is not the end of game. ( PMI-ACP questions might be very hard).
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