A 7-WEEK FAIL PROOF ACTION PLAN TO CRACK THE EXAM FOR PMP®CERTIFICATION IN BRUSSELS
Choosing a good institute for training for PMP® certification in Brussels is easy as you have internet to learn about each institute in Brussels and their advantages. Alternatively, blindly you can enroll with any reputed institute in Brussels like KnowledgeHut. The problem arises with the action plan for studying. The PMBOK®guide has 600 pages with as many complex contents as possible, in one page. There will be numerous study materials available with your institute for project management certification in Brussels. How to find time to learn all the concepts?
Certified experts of project management courses in Brussels state that you need minimum of one month, to prepare for this certification examination and get thecertificate in one attempt. Here is the action plan for seven weeks to completely learn all the concepts and get ready for the test.
Week one – guide and other books
a) Go through all the resources for project management training in Brussels which were presented to you. The guide should be an important resource and you can choose another important book for studying. Your trainer can help you choose the right book.
b) Read a chapter every day and attempt the questions, at the end of the chapter. Use the guide and the text book simultaneously.
c)The first five chapters of the guide are longer and harder than the last seven chapters. If you assign more time for the initial chapters and lesser time for the later chapters, you can complete the whole book, in one week.
If you are with a reputed PMP® training courses in Brussels like KnowledgeHut, you can complete this stage within a week.
Week two – guide
a) Again read through the guide and this time, make a note of all important pointsin each chapter.
b) Keep your notes clear as you would need them in later stages. Take one mocktest and check out the scores. Make a note of areas where you went wrong and start the process you did in the first week, just for the weak areas.
Reputed institutes like KnowledgeHut provide free access to resources, even after the completion of the course.
Week three – full mock test
This week is completely dedicated to mock tests. You would obviously feel that there are a lot of areas that you need to concentrate. If you take one test per day and if you had scored more than 75% in all the mock tests, you can stop the action plan here and take up the examination. Alternatively, you can start with the next stage.
Week four – review
Review your guide again. This time, it should have taken lesser time than the first week. Concentrate more on the weak areas.
Week five – Bootcamp class
If possible or if required, you can take bootcamp class for PMP® training. These PMP®certificate training classes in Brussels would brush the fundamentals and concepts.
Week six and seven – mock test (optional)
You would be completely ready by the end of the fifth week. If your test is not due for another couple of weeks, add those weeks to your action plan. If you leave your training for a couple of days, you may forget a few concepts. Try to take as many mock tests, as possible.