For all those wanting to pass the PMP, the applicants would direly need to enroll and study a lot of readings and papers about the Certification Examination.
They all know the hardship in answering the questions posted in it.
In fact, this Examination is one of the most difficult ever concocted by PMI.
In real terms, passing the Examination is a crucial matter, especially for those who have taken it again and again.
But for those who have to take it as first-timers, there is a rather more effective way of studying that promises to be worthwhile.
Already there is a book entitled, The PMP Exam: How to Pass On Your First Try, and it is quite a well-read book for all those aspiring to pass the PMP Certification Examination.
The book is earmarked as a self-study guide specially-made for PMP Examinations with information about processes numbering 44 in all, and 592 inputs, outputs and the tools in Project Management.
The book also contains in its pages, PMP insider information kept secret and detailed explanations of all PMP subjects.
As for the questions that befuddled all applicants, the book offers tips on how to spot and avoid these test tricks.
They, the applicants, are also given examples of hundreds of highly realistic sample questions that might appear in the Certification Examination.
These are expected to strengthen their understanding of PMP concepts, which could ultimately add up to the reasons on how they were able to pass the Examination in just one sitting.
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