Join Kelley OConnell for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Exam Tips: PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®.
- The PMI-ACP exam isn't for everyone. If you only practice Scrum and you don't think you'll ever branch out into any other agile practice, this exam probably isn't for you. On the other hand, if you think you'll continue to work agile projects and you want the ability to add some versatility to your practices, this exam is a good fit. This course is for anyone who's ready to take the PMI-ACP exam. At this point, you'll need at least six months experience working on agile projects.
You should also have taken some formal agile training. I recommend the Agile at Work series to ensure you're well-grounded in agile topics. I also believe that checking out my courses on transitioning from waterfall to agile, the basics of Scrum, and Scrum: Advanced will help you set a solid foundation for what we'll cover here.
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- Exam overview
- Exam benefits
- Determining eligibility for the exam
- Navigating the application and audit process
- Reviewing core domain areas
- Reviewing the metrics covered on the exam
- How earned value management applies in agile
- What to expect on test day