Calibrating Your Worry-O-Meter with Passing the PMP Exam
Michelle LaBrosse, CCPM, PMP, PMI-ACP, RYT
Do you have a vague sense of unease relating to the PMP exam? Or are you not even sure what there is to be concerned about?
I remember when I first learned about the PMP exam back in 1999 and took a test to familiarize myself with what was required. I actually scored so poorly, I just wrote it off as something not worth doing. Then I wrote a book about combining accelerated learning with project management to accelerate project completion. Since it was in the field of Project Management, I knew I needed the PMP after my name to have the book taken seriously.
But there was no way I was going to spend six months studying and have a 40% chance of failing the PMP exam. So I used some of those same accelerated learning techniques I used in my new project management book to create a study approach that only took four days. My thinking was, “who wants to make a second career out of prepping for this exam?”
This same PMP exam preparation guide has worked for tens of thousands of people since we rolled out Cheetah’s Accelerated PMP Exam Prep in 2001. But it’s also done far more than just help people reduce their risk and pass the PMP exam. These effective learning techniques also helped people retain information 5x faster.
And this is why many say Cheetah’s Accelerated PMP Exam Prep course is the best course they have ever taken. Experience this for yourself – register for Cheetah’s PMP Exam Prep class in any format – online, virtual, or live.