- Personal time management author Alan Lakein said,…"Planning is bringing the future into the present…"so that you can do something about it now."…And that applies to how you prepare for the CAPM exam.…You must have a solid plan or study routine to follow.…Remember, whatever you don't methodically plan…will end up getting randomly done.…This might work well in your personal life,…but it's no way to prepare for a serious exam.…A good study plan and routine should detail what,…when and how you intend on studying.…
As you work through your plan,…you'll be able to benchmark your progress.…Think of the exam preparation process like a project.…First, you should read the PMBOK at least once.…It's best to do this before you do anything else.…In fact, it wouldn't be a bad idea…if you read it a second time, especially considering…the entire exam is based off of this book.…Second, you don't have to memorize everything in the PMBOK,…but there are some key areas…you absolutely need to memorize.…
Specifically, I'm referring to the process framework…
- What to expect on exam day
- Reviewing the fundamental aspects of project management
- Key success factors
- Navigating the CAPM® exam
- Managing your time on the exam
- Reviewing practice questions
- Establishing a solid study routine
- Reading for understanding
Skill Level Intermediate
1. CAPM® Foundations
2. Tips and Tricks for Passing the CAPM® Exam
3. Practice Questions
4. Mentally Preparing for the Exam
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