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Anyone planning to get PMP certified in next 60 days
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I am planning to take-up the PMP certification exam in July'17 and wanted to check if there is anyone else here who is planning during the similar timelines so that we connect and have knowledge sharing discussions.
Appreciate if anyone can share any online links useful for learning for the certification.
Any Inputs, suggestion, material, resources or discussion welcome...
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This guy cleared PMP in 55 days

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2356441/23...093106608267264
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1 reply by Rahul Jha
Apr 21, 2017 8:29 AM
Rahul Jha
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Thanks Deepesh. Went through the link and looks like the similar story as that of mine :) Have been postponing the exam for couple of years now but not this time. Thanks for sharing!
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Hi everyone. I'm also set plan to take PMP exam in June'17. I often read PMP lesson learned and resources from Edward webpage and it is really useful (Thank you Edward if you read my message).

https://edward-designer.com/web/pmp/

Good luck for everyone intent to take PMP examination!
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Hello Rahul,

I would like to provide you some helpful links to kick start your PMP Preparation;
here is our so called “PMP Prep starting tool kit”:
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Kick off your PMP Preparation with

? The Complete Guide To “How To Get PMP Certification” ?:
? http://goo.gl/umrz68

One of the eligibility criteria is, to obtain 35 contact hours in project management education by a so called “Registered Education Provider” (R.E.P.).
Therefore you can choose between a lot of offers out there, starting by live classes/bootcamps (mostly 3 to 5 days long and relatively expensive) ending with self-paced online training courses.
You have to find out and decide which of those fits you and you’re learning approaches best.

Here is a link to

? The Complete Guide to PMP 35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education?
? http://goo.gl/dTL5i2

I would recommend an online training course:” The PMP PrepCast” by Cornelius Fichtner which i have used by myself for preparation (passed the exam on 24th of August 2015!); you may have a look here: Prep Cast:
? http://goo.gl/KUPFBG
There is also some free stuff available: ? http://goo.gl/hiroMD

If you more the type of guy who wants to create her/his very own study plan, than you should have a look to this complete guide here:

? Creating Your PMP Study Plan - The Complete Guide ?
? http://goo.gl/fqKm7B

I hope this tips are a bit helpful for you.

Please do not hesitate to ask me any further questions.

Regards,

Markus
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1 reply by Senthil Somasundaram
Jun 21, 2017 10:15 AM
Senthil Somasundaram
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Its very useful article.
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in addition you may want to check out my PMP prep related Blog here at pm.com:

https://www.projectmanagement.com/blogs/30...authenticated=1

you will find always the best offers for PMP prep related material and sources there.

If not already you should join this LinkedIn group for sure:

I want tob e a PMP Linkedin group:
https://goo.gl/9zaNMn

these links here might be also interesting for you:

The 12 Most Popular PMP Study Materials for your PMP Exam Preparation
http://goo.gl/x22lDd

Let me be your PMP guide program – totally FREE!:
http://projectmanagement.plus/en/ressource...p-guide-program

and finally there is a brand new great offer with a nicely 15% discount, just released yesterday and only available until the end of this month:

PMP Exam Simulator - why should i use it while preparing for PMP certification?
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/march-super...pmp?published=t

Well, this should be enough for the start.

Please do not hesitate to ask any further questions that may occur.

All the best,

Markus
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1 reply by Rahul Jha
Apr 21, 2017 8:27 AM
Rahul Jha
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Hi Markus, Thanks a lot for sharing these links. This is really useful. I will go through them today and will get back to you with questions :)
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Apr 21, 2017 3:15 AM
Replying to Markus Klein, PMP
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in addition you may want to check out my PMP prep related Blog here at pm.com:

https://www.projectmanagement.com/blogs/30...authenticated=1

you will find always the best offers for PMP prep related material and sources there.

If not already you should join this LinkedIn group for sure:

I want tob e a PMP Linkedin group:
https://goo.gl/9zaNMn

these links here might be also interesting for you:

The 12 Most Popular PMP Study Materials for your PMP Exam Preparation
http://goo.gl/x22lDd

Let me be your PMP guide program – totally FREE!:
http://projectmanagement.plus/en/ressource...p-guide-program

and finally there is a brand new great offer with a nicely 15% discount, just released yesterday and only available until the end of this month:

PMP Exam Simulator - why should i use it while preparing for PMP certification?
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/march-super...pmp?published=t

Well, this should be enough for the start.

Please do not hesitate to ask any further questions that may occur.

All the best,

Markus
Hi Markus, Thanks a lot for sharing these links. This is really useful. I will go through them today and will get back to you with questions :)
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Apr 20, 2017 9:57 PM
Replying to Deepesh Rammoorthy, PMP®
Thanks Deepesh. Went through the link and looks like the similar story as that of mine :) Have been postponing the exam for couple of years now but not this time. Thanks for sharing!
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Apr 21, 2017 3:10 AM
Replying to Markus Klein, PMP
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Hello Rahul,

I would like to provide you some helpful links to kick start your PMP Preparation;
here is our so called “PMP Prep starting tool kit”:
----------------------------
Kick off your PMP Preparation with

? The Complete Guide To “How To Get PMP Certification” ?:
? http://goo.gl/umrz68

One of the eligibility criteria is, to obtain 35 contact hours in project management education by a so called “Registered Education Provider” (R.E.P.).
Therefore you can choose between a lot of offers out there, starting by live classes/bootcamps (mostly 3 to 5 days long and relatively expensive) ending with self-paced online training courses.
You have to find out and decide which of those fits you and you’re learning approaches best.

Here is a link to

? The Complete Guide to PMP 35 Contact Hours of Project Management Education?
? http://goo.gl/dTL5i2

I would recommend an online training course:” The PMP PrepCast” by Cornelius Fichtner which i have used by myself for preparation (passed the exam on 24th of August 2015!); you may have a look here: Prep Cast:
? http://goo.gl/KUPFBG
There is also some free stuff available: ? http://goo.gl/hiroMD

If you more the type of guy who wants to create her/his very own study plan, than you should have a look to this complete guide here:

? Creating Your PMP Study Plan - The Complete Guide ?
? http://goo.gl/fqKm7B

I hope this tips are a bit helpful for you.

Please do not hesitate to ask me any further questions.

Regards,

Markus
Its very useful article.
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How did you go with the exam Rahul following the many great resources listed by Markus?
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Hi Rahul,

How is the studying going for the PMP Exam? Which materials did you end of using? I am sure you are well into your study plan by now.
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I hope Rahul has earned PMP by now
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