1. Which PMP exam materials to read?
It is not necessary. Candidates lack the time to learn and not the materials. It is enough to learn SPOTO PMP dumps.
There are many books on project management that you can find in book shops. But, too many books won’t make you master the key information. It is recommended to focus on the 20% most important in PMBOK and lecture notes given by teachers.
2. The exam mentions “occupations” and “social responsibility”. This section is not available. Do we need to read lecture notes?
The teacher will explain this part in class.
3. Is it important that you read the appendix, references, and terminologies in your textbook?
It is very important. The explanations in glossary are the essence of PMBOK.
4. I don’t want to read the English textbooks. Can I not read it? Can I not read it? Will I pass the PMP exam if I don’t?
It is not necessary. You can skip the English version if you are familiar with the Chinese version. This will allow you to pass the exam. The key is to master all knowledge points. If you are not confident, you can refer to the bi-lingual textbook.
5. Do I need to ask more questions?
You don’t have to. You don’t need to answer all the questions. Quality matters more than quantity. SPOTO’s questions cover most of the major knowledge points required for PMP certification. You can only pass the exam if you are able to understand the knowledge points in each question.
6. Where can I download the bi-lingual PMBOK
Official website of Droi, Shanghai. Highlighted are the exam knowledge points. You can upgrade Acrbat Reader to version 6.0 if you are unable to find the highlighted points after downloading.
7. Based on past experience, are our sample tests and homework able to cover all exam questions?
They can cover 99% exam knowledge. The textbook PMBOK contains 60% exam knowledge, while lecture notes cover 40%.
8. I have a lot of experience answering questions, but my accuracy rate is very low. What can I do about it?
You should use PMBOK, lecture notes, and personal experience to answer your questions.
9. Some question analyses are very easy, I discovered. I have questions that I am still unsure about after reading the answers.
These analyses should be recited in a very short form. If the question is too difficult or easy, the analysis will be very short.
10. I do questions in a slow pace. How can I solve the problem?
You need to be able to use your skills and not just know the information points. A. Please read the last sentence. B. B.
11. The pages of PMBOK are frequently mentioned in the question analyses that training teachers deliver. Is it the electronic version or the paper version?
It refers to the paper edition. It refers to the Chinese version if the analysis says “refer TO PMBOK CH 12” It is English if it says “EN P70”.
12. I would like to find out where our teachers in training get this additional knowledge.
I am an expert in the PMI PMP exam. Over the years, I have gathered and arranged over 5000 additional questions. I make notes on each question and then sort out any exam knowledge. I have sorted more than 200 knowledge points based on the PMP exam materials. This is why I am able to answer most questions regarding PMP certification.
13. I discovered that the answers given by different training institutions to my questions are inconsistent. Which one should you trust?
SPOTO’s questions are 100% authentic PMP exam questions that you can trust.
14. Most people’s M1 scores aren’t very high. Only a few people were able to pass. Are we able to improve our scores with M2 or M3
The key lies in the after class efforts, not the M2 and M3. Each sample exam tests your weak spots, so y