A perfect score from one of my recent students (no name shown)
When you take your PMP exam, you will receive a score-sheet (as above) with 5 grades: 1 for each of the 5 PMI Domains.
The 4 possible grades for each Domain are:
1) “Above Target” (highest)
3) “Below Target”
4) “Needs Improvement”
So the highest possible score is “Above Target” on all 5 Domains. And that’s the score several of my recent students have earned — It could be you!
Q. How did they do it?
A. These are the 3 main resources we use in my class:
1) Andy Crowe’s: “The PMP Exam: How To Pass On Your First Try, 5th Edition.
- NOTE – The 5th Edition of Andy Crowe’s book is for the current PMBOK V5 Guide. His 6th Edition is scheduled for release sometime in February 2018, which will be compliant with the new PMBOK V6.
2) The Project Management Answer Book, 2nd Edition – My book, compliant with PMBOK V5, and offering many proven PMP Test Tips & Study Aids I’ve compiled teaching PMP Prep for the past 12 years.
3) The PMP Exam Simulator, from OSP International: Industry-leading PMP Exam test-tool, offering 1,800 practice test questions (nine 200-question exams).
- For $26 off on the PMP Exam Simulator, use Gift Code: jf-pmsim15.
- For $25 off on The PMP Exam Simulator + b) The PM Prepcast combined (The Elite Package) use Gift Code: jf-elite25.
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