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Brian Burnett’s Story: How to Pass the PMP in 30 Days

This article explains how to pass PMP(r), in just 30 days.
Brian Burnett discovered that many of the job opportunities he was interested in as a project manager required him to be certified PMP(r). Many of the recruiters that he spoke to asked him if his PMP(r) certification was required. He wanted to increase his job opportunities so he became PMP(r), as soon as possible.
He enrolled in ExamsPM’s PMP(r), training without any prior experience, on January 7th. He passed his exam just four weeks later. Here’s his story about how he passed the PMP(r), in such a short time.
Brian discovered ExamsPM by doing a simple Google search. He knew that this course would provide him with the best value for his tuition after he took the free class.
He registered for the training and began to watch all the lectures immediately. After completing one module, he completed 50 practice questions.
After completing the course, Brian completed his PMP(r), which he completed in just one day. Because his project experiences were similar, he used the exact same project description for all his projects.
During his exam review with ExamsPM, however, the instructor informed him that PMI does not accept duplicate project descriptions. Each project description you submit must be unique as every project you work on must be different in certain aspects.
Brian would have been able to redo his PMP (r) training if he had started writing his PMP (r) application as soon he registered for training. He would then submit his application to the ExamsPM instructor to be reviewed and modified. He would have started to watch the lectures and then wrote his application in parallel.
He could have submitted his application immediately after completing the course. He could have saved a week if he completed both tasks simultaneously and could have passed his PMP(r), in 3 weeks.
Brian took another week to complete as many practice questions and get his application approved.
Brian completed 50 questions in each Knowledge Area to prepare for his PMP(r). This is a total of 500. He also took 8 full-length exams. Each full length exam contains 200 questions.
Brian found ExamsPM practice questions to be more difficult than those on his PMP(r).
He kept asking himself, “When are the difficult questions going to come?” but they never did.
He felt confident that he had passed the exam when he walked out of it.
Here’s what he had to say about his journey with PMP(r).
“Last Friday, I passed my PMP(r), exam. ExamsPM’s training was extremely helpful and helped me pass the exam on my first attempt. I started my training four weeks ago. I completed the online training, practiced the online exams, and applied to PMI to become qualified to take the exam. Your online training is excellent. Thank you so much for the amazing training!
Brian, congratulations again!
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Listen to this interview to hear Brian’s complete test strategy.
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