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all the best for your RMP exam prep.
Regarding your request please refer to my
"PMI-RMP®: Getting PMIs Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® in 5 Steps"
This article contains the following topics:
Step 1: Get familiar with the basic resources:
Step 2: Start with PMBOK® Guide but be prepared to move beyond
Step 3: Took a RMP preparation course and get your required contact hours of training.
Step 4: Finalize your study and preparation. Quiz yourself using flashcards and study tables, review your notes from class, and take lots of practice exams.
Step 5: Take the exam and earn your PMI-RMP®!
with a lot tips and recommendations for your preparations; please have a look here:
Further to Markus reply I would like to add few more points
Please cover all 5 Domains thoroughly before attempting practice exams.
The four domains are more on the knowledge base of PMP and if you are PMP certified you will have less difficulty in those first 4 domains,but the last domain,"perform specialized risk analysis", is more difficult so try to take more practice tests on Monte carlo or other tools which are not easily available.
Also go through Rita Mulcahy RMP book along with PMBOK.
In order to satisfy the education requirements of the certification, I took an online university course on enterprise risk management. I found the course to be a great basis to build my project risk management knowledge as I prepared for the PMI-RMP.
you will find lot of question on EMV and decision tree in the practice test papers available online,even you will find same in Rita Mulcahy PMP and RMP guide as well,but you wont be able to get problems related to Monte Carlo simulation and on this you will get nearly 5 to 10 questions in RMP certification test.
So to start with go through all first four domains thoroughly and then find out some typical problems on Monte carlo analysis,if you find some questions please share those with me as well.
Regarding questions please go through all knowledge areas of PMBOK as well because you will find details of lot many ITTO's in other knowledge areas as well.
IS there different Book for PMI-RMP exam or have to depend on Risk Management from PMBOK only?
you may refer to my article
PMI-RMP®: Getting PMIs Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® in 5 Steps
You can find various sources there.
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