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Essential Project Management - PMP Exam Prep V5 (PMP5)

 

Project manager is tasked with taking project to its objective, utilizing his knowledge and acuity for achieving the goals. For long term projects, project management is seen as the most important domain, which is the reason why a lot of organizations provide attractive salary packages to those who have a longstanding experience in the field of management. Nowadays, many companies prefer hiring individuals with PMP certifications as they feel accreditation by a recognized body is essential for validating a manager’s proficiency in complex day-to-day operations.

The salary of a Project Management Professional (PMP) depends on his profile. In the US, IT project managers have an average salary of $95,959. After managing for a few years, a project manager can also apply for the post of director and can earn over 100 K per annum. The enticing paycheck that one gets after becoming a project manager is reason enough for him to pursue a PMP course.

 

Preparing for a PMP Exam

Project Management Professional (PMP) examination is tougher than most exams; however, it is possible to crack it with proper guidance. The combination of a strong resolve and perseverance is required during PMP preparation for achieving success. The fact, that there are approximately 762, 000 holders of this certification, tells us about its incredible popularity amongst management aspirants. With a prep course, you can maximize your chances of securing the coveted certification and paving your path towards a glittering career.

To-do list Before Preparing for PMP

  1. Survey the Matter Thoroughly: Before starting your study session, it is best to survey the material that you plan to cover. By getting familiar with the topics, you would be able to gain a better understanding of how to find the topics in your study material.
  2. Learn How to Research: It is best to create a list of questions that you want answered and learn. This will change you from a passive reader to an active researcher.
  3. Study in Chunks: It is found via cognitive psychology that a person is able to remember the initial and the ending part of a study session best. Use this information to your benefit and divide your study sessions into small segments.

Type of Questions Asked in PMP

In the PMP exam, you would be asked a variety of questions. The different types of questions asked are listed below:

1. Situational Questions: These questions test your ability to identify the relevant content and ignore the irrelevant.

2. Formula based questions: These questions focus on testing your knowledge regarding 50 PMP formulas that form the part of the PMP course.

Apart from these questions, the exam also includes:

3. Knowledge based questions

4. Interpretational questions

5. Specific technique questions

 

Advantages of PMP Prep Course

A PMP course teaches you how to tackle the aforementioned question types and also has the following advantages:

  1. Teaches you about the Nine Project Management Knowledge Areas
  2. Helps you in starting the PMP® application process
  3. Comprehending the PMBOK® Guide structure
  4. Enhances your understanding about project management and tells you how the knowledge areas fit into the process groups
  5. Teaches you how to map the techniques for each of the knowledge areas
  6. Enhances your exam-taking techniques via multiple practice exams

 

Beat the Competition by Learning from the Best

 

With so many contenders in the job market, it is essential that you leverage your learning by taking a PMP Prep Course at a reputed institute. QuickStart an online IT training provider is one of the best when it comes to offering high quality PMP prep training.

Subjects

Advanced Project Management
Agile
Application Lifecycle Management
Basic Project Management
Best Practices
Budgeting and Forecasting
Business Analysis
Coaching
Communication
Conflict Management
Consulting Skills
Contracts and Vendor Management
Cultural Change Management
Estimating
Facilitation
Governance
Government
Leadership
Metrics
Negotiation
PMO
Portfolio Management
Problem Solving
Process Management
Program Management
Project Accounting
Quality Management
Requirements Management
Risk Management
Scheduling
Strategy
Team Building
Virtual Team Management

Focus/Goals

Certification: APMC (International Institute for Learning)
Certification: CAPM (Project Management Institute)
Certification: CBAP (International Institute of Business Analysis)
Certification: Certified Project Management Associate (International Project Management Association)
Certification: Certified Project Manager (International Project Management Association)
Certification: Certified Projects Director (International Project Management Association)
Certification: Certified SCRUM Master (The SCRUM Alliance)
Certification: Certified SCRUM Practitioner (The SCRUM Alliance)
Certification: Certified Senior Project Manager (International Project Management Association)
Certification: CPM (Intl. Association of Project & Program Mgmt)
Certification: FAPM (Association for Project Management (UK))
Certification: ITIL Foundation Certification
Certification: ITIL Practitioner Certification
Certification: Lean Six Sigma Certification
Certification: MAPM (Association for Project Management (UK))
Certification: MPM (American Academy of Project Managers)
Certification: PgMP (Project Management Institute)
Certification: PMP (Project Management Institute)
Certification: PRINCE2 Foundation (PRINCE2)
Certification: PRINCE2 Practitioner (PRINCE2)
Certification: ACP (Project Management Institute)
Degree: Associates in Project Management
Degree: Bachelors in Project Management
Degree: Certificate in Project Management
Degree: Masters In Project Management
Skill Development: Defined Skills
Skill Development: Soft Skills
Tool-specific: MS Project
Tool-specific: Other

Delivery Methods

Book-based
Conference
Group at your location
Mentoring
Online Interactive
Scheduled at vendor location
Seminar
Webinar

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