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Where did you get this information from Anupam ? Any specific resource ?
I got the link - http://eepurl.com/cl_ZUr
Take a look, and share your thoughts :)
I don't remember this when I did my PMI-RMP in July. Is this very recent?
There was a discussion on LinkedIn about this
As I have friends that are studying right now, I've checked at PMI website and Prometrics here in USA. I did not read anything about that.
I while wait until official confirmation before to scary them.
I am not sure what the big deal is even if this was true. If someone will get scared because he / she can't write notes then they should not sit for the exam.
I personally never used the scratch paper or did any brain dump what so ever. My advise is that when you study, do not rely on such things - Study as if this is not there. If it was there, it might be a plus and if not then this shouldn't affect the performance on the exam.
This is my humble opinion.
I agree with Rami and even I didn't feel it was necessary. There might be very limited numbers of questions to use formulas and simple memory of ITTOs. Majority of questions should be answered based on the different information given in each question, which mean any specific brain-dump items can't be utilized effectively in a timely manner with exception that It just provides you with being focused or emotional comfort before the exam. If my memory is correct, I really doubt if I had time or chance to use this type of tactic during the exam since I had only less than five minutes when I had all questions answered without any further review on marked questions.
Anupam, This is an important item for preparing for the exam. I would call the PMI Support and get the word straight from the horse's mouth. This will provide a definitive answer to you /friend and then you can share with all as well.
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