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What's the best or couple of best Project Management Literature you've used to prepare?
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What's the best or couple of best Project Management Literature you've used to prepare?

Please answer not in theory but by own vivid experience.
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Rita is good
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Not literature but a CBT; "Certified Associate in Project Management Exam" on Udemy. It works well as a supplement to the PMBOK while you're on the road and need (something like) an audiobook.
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PMBOK and Rita Mulcahy and company's PMO knowledge
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PMBOK and Rita's book
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As many practice problems as possible. There are huge numbers of them available (many for free) online from a variety of sources
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I tried Head First PMP and then switched to PMBOK and stayed there!
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Rita and Head First, in addition to the PMBOK of course!
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One may like to explore TSI (Ture Solutions) - The Ultimate PMP Exam Prep.
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The best source for me was the PMBOK, followed by a 5-day virtual exam prep class at Project Management Academy.

I used the PMBOK to really understand the standard.
I used the class to better understand the exam.
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PMP Exam Prep - Rita Mulcahy.
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