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Study tips for PMP

 
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Hi,

I have just started preparing for PMP. I plan to give the exam in Mar/Apr 2010. Any tips on how to study? And also, can anybody guide me on volunteering opportunities to get some practical proj mgmt experience?

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You have to be a project manager at least 3 years to be eligible to take the PMP exam.
 
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I am already eligible to take the exam. All that procedure has been completed. Thats why I have started preparing for the exam. I just need study tips now. And I asked abt exp because I am between jobs right now; it did not mean that I have absolutely zero experience in proj mgmt
 
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"HEAD FIRST PMP" from Orelliy publications is easy to read.
 
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Thanks!!!
 
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