PMP Project Management Professional Fourth Edition PMP Exam Cram, Fourth Edition, is the perfect study guide to help you pass the 2009 PMP Exam. It provides coverage and practice questions for every exam topic. The book contains an extensive set of preparation tools such as quizzes and Exam Alerts, while the CD-ROM provides real-time practice and feedback with a 200-quePMP Project Management Professional Fourth Edition PMP Exam Cram, Fourth Edition, is the perfect study guide to help you pass the 2009 PMP Exam. It provides coverage and practice questions for every exam topic. The book contains an extensive set of preparation tools such as quizzes and Exam Alerts, while the CD-ROM provides real-time practice and feedback with a 200-question test engine. Covers the critical information you’ll need to know to score higher on your exam! . Approach the project management process from PMI’s views on project management . Understand the project management framework . Properly initiate projects . Understand the project planning process . Complete the planned project work . Monitor project work and make necessary changes . Close projects . Follow PMI’s professional responsibility standards CD Features 200 Practice Questions! The test engine gives you an effective tool to assess your readiness for the exam . Detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers . Multiple test modes . Random questions and order of answers . Coverage of each PMP exam topic ...
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Pmp Exam Cram: Project Management Professional (4th Edition) Reviews
I know the test is changing on 1/11, so you probably won't be getting this version anyway, but I want to comment on it because I know they'll put out a new book.I passed the test yesterday on my first try, so it isn't a huge deal, but there were so many errors in this book, and it would be really easy to miss them. These aren't just typo errors, although there are plenty of those. It was major errors in the cram questions (little practice tests). Things like: "What is the first project management process group? A - Initiation, B - Planning, C - Executing, D - Monitoring and Controlling" and the answer would be "B. Initiation is the first group."Which, okay, if you're reading carefully, you can figure that out, but if you're just quickly looking, you might mistakenly believe that B - Planning was the right answer, and then miss that question on the exam. There were a couple that were very confusing, too because the answer explanation didn't directly give the answer, but defined the right answer, which was different than the answer they said it was.
Short and to the point. I really like the check your understanding section at the beginning of each chapter to help you see if how much of the chapter you can skim. There are some mistakes and repeated questions on the exam. Some of the questions also seem nonsensical and kind of weird. Definitely can't rely on this book for all your study and because there are a few mistakes, it makes me discount all of the book since I can't guarantee its quality. Stay away as it may lead you astray.
great book to help me study
It's pretty good for an exam prep book...