Monthly Archives: October 2015

Leadership Styles

In your study plan for the PMP exam, you should consider understanding the four leadership styles. There are generally four leadership styles: Autocratic – high emphasis on tasks and performance, low emphasis on people Laissez-Faire – low emphasis on both … Continue reading

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Tips for the PMP Application

It sounds a little silly but one guaranteed way to not earn your PMP® credential is to not complete your PMP application but unfortunately, some individuals do not complete the application or struggle with the application process. Below are several … Continue reading

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Brain Dump

A “brain dump” is a tool you can use to prepare for the PMP® exam.  The 15 minutes you have prior to starting the exam are reserved for you to take a tutorial on the exam process.  Since you will … Continue reading

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Exam Failure Factors

Based on general feedback from individuals failing the PMP© exam, the following are the top reasons for failing the exam: Underestimating the complexity of the exam Not preparing adequately for the exam Not understanding what to study Time management during the … Continue reading

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Intro to the PMP® exam

What is the PMP exam? The PMP® exam is administered by The Project Management Institute (PMI®) and a PMP® applicant must pass the exam in order to qualify for the PMP credential.  The exam is composed of 200 multiple choice … Continue reading

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