Vaqar Ali was able to pass his PMP(r), in just nine days after he began ExamsPM’s training. He shares his top tips for passing the PMP(r), on your first try. Vaqar was a process engineer at BP (British Petroleum), with more than 7 years of experience. His employer encouraged him get his PMP(r), certification to grow professionally and to be eligible for promotions in future. The PMP(r), which demonstrates that the practitioner understands PMI methods for managing projects, is valued by BP.
Vaqar wanted his certification as soon as possible because he flew from and to Jordan every other week as part of his job. He flew again on November 5, but it was October 22. He had two weeks to obtain his PMP(r).
Vaqar and his wife received an unexpected surprise mid-afternoon on Oct. 23 – their baby girl was delivered early. He was thrilled, but was also unsure how he would handle everything – his job and PMP(r), as well as a new baby.
This is when Vaqar arrived at ExamsPM.
He says, “Hindsight is 20/20 but ExamsPM just turned into an excellent choice.”
Vaqar chose ExamsPM to provide him the best value – it was comprehensive and interactive, as well as affordable.
Vaqar advises others who are considering taking the exam: “Take this course first. It will help you understand and practice the concepts. Ask all the questions that you want.
Vaqar’s Lessons Learned: Best Ways to Pass PMP(r).
Accept the course and pass the exam
Before and after every class, make sure to review the slides and course notes.
Good nights of sleep
Read the breakfast
Ask as many questions as you can
Be consistent with your studies
Find your strengths and weaknesses, and then focus on filling the gaps in your knowledge.
Ask more questions
Study groups are available
Recognize that you are human and have other obligations, so make your study plans reasonable
Every day, study until your exam
Talk to your instructors and ask as many questions you want.
To ensure that you are saying what you want to say, ask instructors for help.
Do not try to do it all the night before
Vaqar’s success was not a one-off event. You can also replicate his success and get the PMP(r), certification in record time. All you have to do is follow the right process and plan your studies. It’s not about learning harder, but studying smarter.
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