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Next Cohort: Sep 26-Nov 4
Sep 26-Nov 4
This intensive course is approved by the Project Management Institute for preparing candidates for the PMP exam. This course is an intense review of exam material to help prepare people to write the exam; it is not intended to teach people basic project management concepts. Prior project management training and experience is highly recommended to maximize candidates’ chances to pass the exam.
The PM knowledge areas are presented in modules. At the beginning of each module, there is a practice pre-test before delivery of the module’s learning components, include realistic, challenging, multiple-choice questions to test knowledge of the module topic and to simulate the types of questions on the PMP exam. During the review of the practice questions, the instructor explains how to arrive at the correct answer. The course provides many exam tips, test-taking techniques and study tips, but there are no gimmicks because there is no magic formula for passing the PMP exam: it requires appropriate professional PM experience, an intense preparation course, and commitment to prepare appropriately for the exam.
The course is delivered by trainers who have had extensive experience in professional project management and a long history of successfully preparing people for the PMP® exam. The instructors are experts at presenting content in an engaging manner, keeping the atmosphere positive, and empowering course participants as they prepare to challenge the PMP® exam.
What You’ll Learn
- Identify the “correct” answer to a majority of multiple choice questions similar to the PMP® and CAPM® exams.
- Remember formulas and concepts through application to real-life scenarios instead of memorization.
- Utilize “tips and tricks” to write the PMP® exam with more confidence.
- Identify which knowledge areas may need further home study.
- Be aware of the PMP® and CAPM® qualification process.
- Further your knowledge of generally accepted project management practices.
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Next Cohort: Sep 26-Nov 4
Student Reviews (1)
Small class sizes of about 30 make this business program intimate. Cost of living here in Sudbury is low so our dollars are getting all of us quite far! Great professors and the business school seems unaffected by some of the issues the university has ...
Small class sizes of about 30 make this business program intimate. Cost of living here in Sudbury is low so our dollars are getting all of us quite far! Great professors and the business school seems unaffected by some of the issues the university has been facing with funding. Having said that, mining engineering and nursing are making bigger names from themselves here than business but I'm proud to be here and excited to graduate next year. The online BBA also offers great flexibility for anyone interested in taking time away from the North to study.