**THOROUGH COVERAGE OF THE NEW PMBOK 5TH EDITION** Written by an experienced PMP who also authored some of the Amazon popular best-selling books, this highly-effective manual provides:1. Comprehensive yet concise coverage of new PMP exam content (3 chapters of PM framework + 10 knowledge areas + 1 Ethics/Professional Conduct = 14 chapters) 2. Adequate practice questions for each PM process (5 per process x 47 processes + 60 for first 3 chapters + 5 per chapter x next 10 chapters, meticulously written to cover every single page of the new PMBOK) 3. Detailed answers for every question in the book with explanations and page-by-page reference to the new PMBOK 4. Exclusive PMP exam day tips 5. Easy-to-follow tutorials on CPM, EVM and FPIF6. Links to 4 online mock exams7. Special coverage of 5 new PM processes and new concepts such as business value, agile method and stakeholder management etc. Presented in a straight-forward, to-the-point, and ano-nonsensea format, this book is written to cover just what you need to know for the exam. With around 350 practice problems and detailed explanations, you should be able to pass the exam confidently! Check the following Amazon page for more information on the author:http://www.amazon.com/Adam-Ding/e/B001JS4Y5YP.S. Author's advice on how to use this book for exam cram (Included in preface) qStep 1: Read through the 1st chapter of your new PMBOK Step 2: Read the 1st chapter of my book. Yes, it is a quick summary of the same thing. But I pinpoint what you need to pay attention to, because these will most likely be on the real exam. Step 3: Make sure you do the practice questions. Step 4: Check answer key and explanations. Each answer key also refers to the specific sections of your new PMBOK by page number. Step 5: Now repeat the steps 1-5 for every chapter. Ensure you have a big-picture view about the materials in each chapter. Also review the PM process map on P61 of your new PMBOK whenever you are done with a chapter. Step 6: When you finish all chapters, you would have a good view of all 10 knowledge areas. Now memorize the PM process map on P61 of your new PMBOKLet's review: the above steps should take you no more than 4 days even if you have only 2 hours each day. For some people it's possible to finish the materials during a weekend cram or study non-stop for a whole day ( no more than 8 x 2 = 16 hours) Step 7: Now start mock exams. At the end of this book it provides Internet links to at least 4 online mock exams. Review the PM process map every time before you do the mock exam. How many exams you want to do is totally up to you. Always spend at least one hour to review each mock exam against new PMBOK. Step 8: Take a break (maybe one day or sleep one hour if you haven't done so for the past 24 hours) before the exam if necessary. Then you are ready!qAt the end of this book it provides Internet links to at least 4 online mock exams. Review the PM process map every time before you do the mock exam. How many exams you want to do is totally up to you.
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