When you're studying for the PMP/CAPM exam, the most important thing to manage is your time. This practical guide will help you study for the Project Management Professional (PMP/Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) Certification Exam more efficiently and productively. It is aligned with and references "PMI's Project Management Body of Knowledge, Third Edition (PMBOK Guide)". Unlike other review materials that are organized according to knowledge areas and cover the forty-four processes almost equally, this guide divides materials into process groups or domains and weights your review materials the way PMP/CAPM weights the exam. For example, approximately 11 per cent of the exam questions will be on the Initiation Phase, so approximately 11 per cent of the review materials in this book covers the Initiation Phase. The guide flows like projects flow. There are six sections: Initiation Phase Planning; Phase Execution; Phase Monitor and Control Phase; Closing Phase; and, Professional Responsibility. This is not an unabridged 'everything you ever need to know about project management' guide.
It focuses exclusively on information you need to know to pass the exam and features: a total of 175 pre-review questions and 175 post-review questions, along with complete answers and explanations; the facts, presented clearly and concisely with no frills, no fine print, and no digression; terms, definitions, formulas, charts, diagrams, and lists that help you retain the information and pass the test; and, advice on how to study and how to take the actual exam, plus a comprehensive index, so it's easy to find information you want to review.
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Author Biography - Thomas Sheffrey
THOMAS SHEFFREY, MSPM, PMP, teaches short courses and college-level courses on project management and preparation for the PMP(r) exam. He earned his MSPM (master of science in project management) from the University of Alaska Anchorage.