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    Just passed. Weird exam.... but I'm not complaining. Thought I would fail but cleared it with room to spare. I used these videos...

    https://youtu.be/IdNOjTMKbzo

    in combination with the glossary from the proper books and Quizlet stuff. If you are taking this one... I guess overprep wouldn't be bad if you are using it as a springboard for PMP or you just want to get the most out of it... but if you just want to clear the bar... I wouldn't make it my life. I have a .edu email address from my college days that I used to buy the voucher for $150.00. As a little PMP confidence builder and springboard... I'm glad I did it. God is good.
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    Congrats!! I sit for mine in a couple of weeks.
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    Congratulations!! That one is on my radar for later this year.
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    I just got the Sybex textbook today. Those Youtube videos are handy, thanks!
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    Thanks all. This cert gets a bad rap... totally undeserved. You gotta start somewhere with project management, right? This laid down some basic principles, Now I've got one more cert related to PM on my LinkedIn page with limited investment and I feel momentum towards the PMP. I recommend grabbing CSM 1 from Scrum.org as well. The exam is $150.00 and doesn't require renewal. Good luck to all taking this. PMP is up next for me. God bless.
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    I have one of the books too... but the vids helped me more. I used the glossary in the book mostly as a cram list. Good luck.
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