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I already advised you to use PM PrepCast. It has good simulation question that mimic the exam but not 100% the same. The exam is 80% situational, it’s not an easy exam.
PM Prepcast is a very good tool for this. Your can complete with this link :
and of course on this site :
Thank you so much directing me to the Free Simulator from PMIT!
I'm in the mist of using the Project Management.com questions now. Today I'll have the DaVinci Badge! Moving on to the Guru Badge! The site makes it fun and when I answer wrong I've been making a Word Doc to refer to plus I study at same time on the internet with the subject matter in the question; I study even the wrong choices so to have better knowledge of choices.
My average is 100 questions a day. In 2 months I'll have 6000 questions done !!! The Big Goal !!!
Side note: My daughter is an artist and exhibited at the Art Basel in Miami. :)) It started in Basel, Switzerland.
Thank you so much for your input I really appreciate it.
Best to you
I would highly recommend PM PrepCast exam Simulator. I used the same while i prepared for PMP and i passed PMP with 5ATs last week.
Hope this helps.
Congrats on passing! :)
Rita Mulcahy's exam prep is a good option. Check it on this link: https://rmcls.com/, and search the simulator
Hi Donna, I used pmtraining.com to prep for my test in July that my Bootcamp recommended. The pro's include the ability to take 50-question benchmark tests, track your performance by KA and Process group, and then focus on your building up your weak suits first. One warning is that it did not help me prepare for question trickiness.
I purchased the PM PrepCast Elite Plus
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