September 28 & 29, 2020 | Virtual
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Aside from all good tips, ensure that you get a very well good sleep the day before the exam. Do not read the study materials last minute, they can just make you more nervous. Good luck, please keep us posted about the outcome!
The PMChallenge on this site is very good. Go to the Knowledge & Tools Menu and under Resources, select PMChallenge, i think you will find it helpful. Also, if you can take all the 1,000 tests to become a GURU, i think it would ease your mind when you are ready to take the test. I wish i had that resource and it doesn't cost you anything. Good luck!
At this point you should know the information and be prepared to take the exam so I have two questions:
What is your percentage rate for taking as exam? If not above 90% take more tests, review the PMBOK.
What knowledge areas are you weak in and are you scoring above 90% in these tests? If not study your weakest areas, retake simulation exam to improve your scores.
Continue taking the PMchallenge questions. Even though those aren't on the PMP exam, it will keep you in a project management test taking frame of mind.
I used the questions when I studied for the CAPM, and found I was able to concentrate more on the exam because of it.
Keep calm, and relax. You've done the hard part .
At this point, go through your notes, refer PMBOK, and don't rush for attempting more than 2 sets of mock questions daily. Check for any knowledge gaps.
The day before exam, skim through your notes for one last time, relax and take rest.
The exam date must be near, let us know once you pass.
Good Luck, Eduin !!
I think you should review several simulators and review some concepts.
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