The PMP Exam: How To Pass On Your First Try is an ideal read for project managers looking to clear their exams, as it covers a plethora of relevant exam topics.
Summary Of The Book
The PMP Exam: How To Pass On Your First Try gives readers a thorough preparation for the Project Management Professional certification exam. It covers 592 inputs, outputs, and tools, along with 44 processes. It focuses specifically on topics that are featured in the exam. This guide also provides readers with insider tips, and different tricks and techniques to help them study better, and ace the exam.
This edition provides detailed explanations of all the Project Management Professional exam subjects. To enhance readers' understanding, it even contains a wide variety of examples and questions. Students can also practice what they have learnt with the help of the exercises provided in the book. By practicing with the exercises, they will be thoroughly prepared to clear the exam in one attempt, and also gain a better insight on important concepts.,
The PMP Exam: How To Pass On Your First Try includes topics such as Foundational Concepts, Professional Responsibility, Process Framework, Time and Cost Management, Integration Management, Scope Management, and Communications Management.
As the exam is continually evolving, this guide manages to keep up with the changes, and stays up-to-date, and relevant. It helps students answer questions that could be phrased differently, and anticipates what kind of questions might arise. It is written in a crisp format, leaving out unnecessary jargon and information. The book has sold over 100,000 books worldwide.
About Andy Crowe
Andy Crowe is an author and an educational trainer.
He has written books like Alpha Project Managers: What The Top 2% Know That Everyone Else Does Not, Conversations On The PMP Exam, The PMI-ACP Exam: How To Pass On Your First Try, and The PMP Exam: Complete Preparation Kit, amongst others.
He founded a training firm called Velociteach, that conducts training for project management and the certification. He is also a Six Sigma Black Belt. He was previously associated with Microsoft University, where he taught C++. He has also created several project management courses for the prestigious Fortune 50 firms. Crowe was part of the international advisory committee for Microsoft's .NET.
Hussain Zaidi, PMP
7 Sep, 2012
Buy only if you want to fail the Exam............A complete NO-NO!!!
10 Apr, 2013
A Must read for the PMP Aspirants
Bhaskar Babu Tiruveedula
8 Jun, 2012
Andy Crowe 4th Edition based on PMBOK 4
28 May, 2013
I wish this was the price of 5th Ed
6 Jan, 2015
Very good one
19 Mar, 2014
Concepts explained well
8 Dec, 2013
Good to start with
28 Oct, 2013
Good book for Exam point of view
12 Apr, 2013
13 Feb, 2013