Look, I know you are busy and that you’re probably already preparing for your PMP Exam with looming deadlines and a multitude of important business tasks to juggle so I will jump straight to the point.
To the uninitiated, successful preparation for the PMP Certification Exam seems to need super-human time management, the mental abilities of a master chess champion, the analytical skills of a SPACEX scientist, and the ability to absorb the complex PMBOK Guide in your hotel the night before your exam!
You've worked hard to memorize it - but that darned PMBOK Guide stretches to hundreds of text-dense pages, countless chapter sections and complex diagrams.
Already spent several hours reading up and browsing the Internet for a sea of answers? It's not sticking is it? What are you doing wrong?!
You’re sinking precious time trying to get inside PMBOK and still your memorization just floats away forgotten.
It feels impossible to cut through the noise and nail the PMP PMBOK Guide down, doesn't it?
And it’s so frustrating because you know you should be capable of gaining that prestigious PMP Certification
But there's one consistent problem: Too much information, the big picture is still fuzzy and you have to sweat the details.
Just looking at sample exam questions frightens the heck out of you - some seem like an enigma wrapped in a mystery
Your boss and work colleges expect you to pass so failing is unimaginable.
Many folks assume since they are experienced project managers - and just turning up for their PMP Exam is a viable option, and if your mission is NOT to pass PMP - then it is hands down, the best way to achieve that.