PMP BOOK RITA MULCAHY SEVENTH EDITION
Hundreds of thousands of project managers know and understand why PMP Exam Prep is a worldwide best-seller. PMP Exam Prep, Seventh Edition contains hundreds of updates and improvements from previous editions--including new exercises and sample questions never before in print. PMP Exam Prep, Seventh Edition: Rita's Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Exam 7th by Rita Mulcahy () Paperback on pixia-club.info *FREE* shipping. PMP Exam Prep, Seventh Edition: Rita's Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Exam. Author: Rita Mulcahy. Publication: Cover Image. · Book. PMP Exam Prep.
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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Other than this is waste of time and confusing. Extremely comprehensive and well worth reading. However, I would recommend reading Rita's book over the course of weeks and use a less comprehensive and more approachable book right before the exam I personally used Head First edition. Rita tends to do two things which really detract from her being the best source of information, in my opinion.
FIrst, her anecdotes and demeanor do not paint the PM in a good light, despite her overt effort to elevate them to some kind of end-all-be-all pos Extremely comprehensive and well worth reading. FIrst, her anecdotes and demeanor do not paint the PM in a good light, despite her overt effort to elevate them to some kind of end-all-be-all position. There are multiple times where she explicitly says that if you haven't managed a multi-million dollar project, then you're probably going to fail the exam thanks a lot for the confidence.
Theres also a story she tells of a PM telling her how proud they were of getting a project done before a hurricane hit and her response was "Well, you should have been fired for not planning for the hurricane. Granted, the PM should be aware of all the information in the book, but not all of it is going to be on the test and definitely not all in the same amounts.
Her approach to this information, such as scheduling diagrams, is to imagine you're on a multi-million dollar project as a PM. Which is fine, but this is her assumption for almost all examples despite a vast majority of PMs who are first going for the exam not having touched a project in that scale.
Again, should this be something the reader is aware of? Is it completely necessary for passing the exam, the purpose of this book? I could not have passed if not for this book. But I also could not have passed if I had only read this book.
This book has very small print and is pretty dry reading, though good for some additional information and Rita's Process Chart games.
Perhaps I'm a traditionalist but I get leery when people advocate passing the PMP This book has very small print and is pretty dry reading, though good for some additional information and Rita's Process Chart games.
Definitely, seems to be the preferred book for PMP exam preparation. The quality of the exam questions is much higher than other books, since they force the reader to properly understand the subject.
My main negative about this book is not its syllabus content, but rather the unnecessary tone against poor project managers throughout the book. The unconventional act of putting a copyright noti Definitely, seems to be the preferred book for PMP exam preparation. The unconventional act of putting a copyright notice on every single page of the books showed a hint of out-of-touch-with-reality behavior. I found the quiz tests to be complete and aligned with the knowledge being taught in its respective chapter.
For being a highly effective tool at preparing me for the PMP, it deserves a five. For being as metaphorically as dry as the desert, it warrants a one. Overally, it deserves a three. And yes Hari, I read it three times. Very comprehensive for an exam prep book.
Not the most fun book to read. Good companion to the written text especially if you are an auditory learner. Insufficient as a standalone.
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Have insider tips. View all 19 comments. View all 4 comments. I really loved this book. It helped me during my preparation for the PMP exam. I passed from the first time proficient in all knowledge areas. The beauty of this book is that you feel that Rita is a friend helping you with the exam preparation.
I highly recommend this book for anyone thinking of taking the PMP exam. A must, even if you are not planing for PMP. View 1 comment. A very good book; it summarizes many concepts of management in a good and coherent framework..
There are many books for learning project management or PMP. But this book definitely aims at passing exam. I had fair amount of knowledge to carry out projects well at my organisation. But passing PMP means giving PMI expected answers which one finds out upon giving first test after first round of learning. That's where I started looking for other preparation sources and I found this book.
I'm writing this review hop There are many books for learning project management or PMP. I'm writing this review hoping it may help someone looking for feedback.
The book helps develop thinking the way PMI does and answer accordingly. It also highlights time to time what good project management means beyond the immediate scope of exam but yes it doesn't fail to highlight any pitfalls.
As you read you kind of feel the book is written for you! If you think you are good project manager but are not sure if you will pass the exam in first go then this book is definitely something you can rely on.
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View all 3 comments. This was an excellent prep guide for the PMP exam. Following the recommended study plan described in the book enabled me to pass my PMP exam on the first attempt. That bundle includes the Hot Topics audio books which are a nice high-level review tool.
The Exam Simulation is a great exam prep tool that will let you know with confidence when y This was an excellent prep guide for the PMP exam. The Exam Simulation is a great exam prep tool that will let you know with confidence when you are ready for the exam or if you are not ready.
I read completely through the book twice. It is written in an easy to understand and follow fashion that is academically appropriate to the topic. This guide includes everything I needed to study to fill the gaps in my project management knowledge without overwhelming me with material.
An Essential guide o PMP certification. Highly recommended for any PMP aspirants. An excellent and a very important guide to help passing the PMP.
That book helps me alot. But listening to Rita's latest edition of the PMP Exam Prep on my way to and from work for a month really ended up being the most effective presentation of the material. It was difficult to seek back and forth when I wanted to hear something over again. Also, I'd recommend having the actual print version of the book. That was particularly nice to have for a second pass of the "Tricks of the Trade" and or the areas that I knew were my "problem" areas.
Overall, I'd absolutely recommend this book to anyone studying for the PMP certification. I didn't have time to finish the book prior to taking the PMP exam nbut I did pass the exam the 1st time.
I liked this book mch better than the Andy Crowe book.
The book uses an understanding approach rather than a memorization approach. It includes tasks for the processes and the sequencing of the tasks. This is an important concept for the exam since many questions ask what should be done first or next. I would highly r I didn't have time to finish the book prior to taking the PMP exam nbut I did pass the exam the 1st time.
I would highly recommend the current version to anyone who is preparing for the PMP exam. Please note that my rating reflects it's usefulness as a study aid.
Best PMP prep book ever! I passed!
Everyone I met that was studying for or had taken the PMP. It is such a pleasant change to ready a study guide where the author has a sense of humor and fun. Completely focussed on the exam, every single line is designed to fetch you an extra mark in the exam. The book also has the depth which is on par with the questions on the exam.
This is a good book but it is jargon diahorrea, it is like everything is put into this book and dumped. It is so confusing and so randomly mixed. At the end of it you are more Completely focussed on the exam, every single line is designed to fetch you an extra mark in the exam.
At the end of it you are more confused than you have learned something. You will get something but then you are not sure what you have got! You need to give up clarity to get one step forward towards the exam. I am not sure if it worth it. One more thing about the book - You have to read it once, twice, thrice or more than thrice to just get a hang of it. But the book has its bright moments - as in when the book has these cute little pictures, diagrams and Tricks of Trade too! This was the 3rd and final book I used to study for the PMP exam.
I originally bought it to study years ago and was put off by the negative tone and how daunting they make the test seem. While it is a huge endeavor to undertake, it is doable. I recommend this book to anyone planning to sit for the PMP.
It is an excellent resource that touches on points that other books do not. I would not recommend using this book only or only reading it once. The sheer volume of information needed to take and pa This was the 3rd and final book I used to study for the PMP exam. The sheer volume of information needed to take and pass the test cannot be contained in a single read through of one resource.
PMP Exam Prep, Seventh Edition: Rita’s Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Exam
This book has some of the best resources to use to study if you can get through the negative tone. Good Luck!
I don't know any PMP certificate holder who did not come across this book. Definitely, it's a must-read book.As you read you kind of feel the book is written for you! Good companion to the written text especially if you are an auditory learner. Jeff Beresini rated it liked it Jul 08, This is an excellent book for understanding the basic topics that are tested in PMP exam. Enlarge cover. Readers also enjoyed.
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