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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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Everyones learning style will be different. I did not like PMBOK so much, but did like The PMP Exam - How To Pass On Your First try by Andy Crowe. I found his online test exam the closest to the real exam also.
And there is a lot of resource on YouTube that i found helpful.
Flashcards were also most helpful.
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1 reply by George Lewis
Jul 05, 2016 3:13 AM
George Lewis
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Steve - At the moment I did my PMP I did not use Andy's text, Didn't know about him, but I wish I had. Great reference.
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Jun 21, 2016 10:00 AM
Replying to rose murray
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Anything fot CAPM prep?
Rose - There is a lot of information out there for CAPM... many of the same PMP authors offers CAPM text and sample questions.
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Jun 30, 2016 3:13 AM
Replying to Genti Perzhita
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I have used Rita's book and PMBOK. Bought some exams simulations on pmstudy which are similar to the real PMP exam. Free exam simulations are very easy to answer and do not represent the difficulty of PMP exam.
Genti - thanks for your input. So if I understand correctly, you did not use any additional, just Rita...
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Jun 29, 2016 11:18 PM
Replying to Ridgely Robson
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PMP Exam Prep book by Rita Mulcahy along with the PMBOK
Ridgely, so just Rita and PMBOK for you! got it...
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Jun 29, 2016 7:36 PM
Replying to Tariq Javed
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Dear Lewis

thanks for being in touch i would also like to add that another tip is to participate in a boot camp for PMP exam prep , continue practicing the mock questions of Rita Malchey and appear in exam within 15 days of achieving 80 percent marks in mock exam.

with regards
Tariq - Got it... We also agree that a Bootcamp would be useful.

As for myself, I did assist one.
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Jun 28, 2016 2:13 PM
Replying to Nadeem Ghafoor
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PMBOK and then Rita book and if possible, try any simulator. I will prefer Rita book and simulator.
Nadeem - got it, thanks
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Jun 28, 2016 1:21 PM
Replying to TASSOS TSOCHATARIDIS
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Rita
Kim
Tassos - Not sure I understand correctly.
1) Rita
2) Kim (is this a reference?)
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Jun 27, 2016 10:24 AM
Replying to Stephanie Bruce
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Rita Mulcahy PMP test prep system which included the book, flashcards, and simulation test.
Stephanie - Input appreciated. Got your input...
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Jul 04, 2016 8:46 PM
Replying to Steve Swift
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Everyones learning style will be different. I did not like PMBOK so much, but did like The PMP Exam - How To Pass On Your First try by Andy Crowe. I found his online test exam the closest to the real exam also.
And there is a lot of resource on YouTube that i found helpful.
Flashcards were also most helpful.
Steve - At the moment I did my PMP I did not use Andy's text, Didn't know about him, but I wish I had. Great reference.
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Steve I have also not known about Andy's test if you could give more reference
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