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This book is developed to help you in passing the Project Management Professional Certification PMP® Exam on your first attempt.
The book is created based on the “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge – Fifth Edition” which was PMI certified in 2013. Throughout this book, it will be referred to as the Standard Guide. This book adopts all PMI publications related to the Project Management that were created before the publication date of this edition, including the Examination Content Outline changes for 2016 exam.
Please note that this book is part of “Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide” book by the same author.
Therefore, if you bought “Passing the PMP® Exam: A Study Guide”, there is no need to buy this book.
This book has unique figures to visualize and simplify the project management knowledge areas and their relation with the project management process groups, their artifacts, and their activities.
This book is different from others as it is created by an author who passed the PfMP®, PgMP® and PMP® Exams on his first attempt, so the author knows how to pass the different exams from the PMI on the first attempt. This book is distinct from the others as it contains two sets of the complete exam. Thus, it reflects the flavor of the questions that you are going to see on the exam. Besides, it covers different examples of each type of the commonly found questions on the PMP® Exam model; including the regular question, table question, and question set.
In some book sections, there is a written notice labeled as “Practical Tips” or “Understanding Tips” where you find additional pragmatic hints grown-up from the long practical project management experience.
PMP, PgMP, and PfMP are registered trademarks by PMI.
This book is not related to PMI or licensed by PMI.
This book consists of the following chapters:
- Project Integration Management
- Project Scope Management
- Project Time Management
- Project Cost Management
- Project Quality Management
- Project Human Resource Management
- Project Communications Management
- Project Risk Management
- Project Procurement Management
- Project Stakeholder Management