Aligned with Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) ® Guide, Fifth Edition and the PMP® Exam Content Outline dated June 2015 For exams after January 11, 2016.
Three-in-one PMP® Exam prep kit will provide project managers with all the information they need to methodically get ready for the PMP® certification exam and pass on the first try. This kit includes a textbook, an 8 pages quick-reference guide, and 340 flashcards.
PMP® Exam Prep Book: The highly rated, easy-to-follow Exam Prep text book covers everything you need to know to pass your exam. This study guide is informative, covering exactly what you need to know, and organized in the perfect format for certification exam prep. The content of the book is very complete with detail and outlines areas of key importance. This allows one to understand both the “How-to” details, and operations of project management, while highlighting areas which are especially prone to be tested.
Quick Reference Guide: The quick reference guide is an 8 pages summary for the book. This last chance review guide will help any student gain more knowledge and self-assurance before their exam. This handy, easy to carry guide includes hundreds of topics, processes, glossary items, general terms, test taking tips, and graphics to help jog the memory of students preparing for the big exam. Exhibiting all 47 processes along with the key inputs, tools, and outputs, this guide also illustrates techniques, tables, and graphs to emphasize the essential information at a glance.
Flash Cards: If you are looking for a way to prepare for the PMP®or CAPM® exam that fits into your hectic schedule, now you have the solution. Studies have shown that spaced repetition is the most effectual form of learning, and nothing outperforms flashcards when it comes to making repetitive learning entertaining and speedy. Over 650 of the most critical and challenging to recall exam-related terms and concepts are now available for study as you drive, fly, travel, or take your lunch break. These flashcards empower you to study small, digestible bits of information that are easy to learn and give you exposure to the distinctive question types and concepts.