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Hi Eduard - good for you! I'm sure you have been studying hard for a long time! Some tips I would share are: (1) Make sure you have studied and memorized all the planning processes in order - and really understand them (2) Know your formulas especially the EAC ones (3) Take a deep breath before the exam begins and try to remain calm and relaxed (4) Eat something hearty before the exam - it is a long test! (5) Wear ear phones - I sat near someone who coughed and sneezed and made all sorts of noises - it was distracting! (6) Don't answer questions based on your company does something - answer the way the PMBOK guide teaches you! I'm sure you will do well! Good luck!
1. Total 54 Questions - Includes single & multiple choice, match the following
2. Duration - 2 Hours
3. Question pattern - problem solving, scenario based, best match, best practice
4. Work on views, tables, options, menus, selection box, data location, filters, grouping, reports etc.
5. Refer good study guide for preparation
6. Reach early at test center, you know the formalities :)
Good Luck Eduard !!
Thanks a lot for the good suggestions and recommendations, really appreciate them. Thanks also for the good wishes, I hope to pass on the first attempt :-) let's see!
When I sat Microsoft exams, I'd keep a running tab of the questions I did not have confidence in my answer. By doing so I could maintain a sense of my current state vs. what is needed to pass.
Good Luck! And please report back.
All the best, Eduard. Drop us a note when you've taken your exam.
Good Luck Eduard - Keep us posted.
Thanks to all for the good wishes. I will let you know how it went and create a blog entry with tips and other (i hope) useful information.
any mock exam
With a slight delay (...), see the promised blog entry upon getting the MSP Certification today!
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