How to Pass the PMP in 30 Days – Joffrey’s 2022 PMP Story

Joffrey Cheruiyot passed the PMP certification exam within 30 days! Joffrey shared his tips and tricks to help pass the PMP exam with us.
1-How long did it take for you to pass the PMP exam?
I worked hard to pass the PMP exam in just 30 days. I signed up for Master of Project Academy’s training in PMP and carefully followed the lectures. I scored more than 70% on the end-of-section quizzes and the sample PMP exams at end of the PMP training.
After I had completed the training, my application for PMP was approved. After receiving my approval from PMI, I was able to sit in the PMP exam.
2-What was the most difficult thing about studying for the PMP exam?
The biggest challenge was finding the time to study. I was very busy during the season. Because of this, I didn’t have much time to study. I have young children who like to play with me in evenings.
The Master of Project Academy’s benefit begins here. I was able follow the lectures at my own pace, whenever I had time to study for PMP. I studied at night after my children slept, or at work when I had the time.
3-How did Master of Project Academy PMP training materials compare?
Master of Project Academy’s PMP training materials were excellent. I went through the powerpoint presentations, did all the questions, and then listened to the tutorials again, answering all the questions. Then, I went back and listened to the tutorials again, and finally, I went through all the presentations the day before the exam.
4-How similar were the PMP certification exam questions when you looked at the Master of Project Academy’s PMP certification exam questions?
PMP questions from Master of Project Academy were very similar to the ones I had to face in real PMP exam. PMP training practice questions helped me sharpen my preparation for PMP exam, and helped me pass PMP exam in its entirety.

5-How many PMP questions were you able to practice before taking the exam?
I answered all questions in the tutorials. There were approximately 1,000 questions. I scored between 80% and 90% on the quizzes and sample PMP exam. These questions helped me increase my chances of passing the PMP exam.

6-How did the Master of Project Academy support you during your PMP trainings?
I didn’t need too much support during my preparations. Because the materials were clear, concise, and easy to understand. Instructor was available to answer our questions in discussion forums.
Master of Project Academy team was always available to help me in my time of need. They were always there in less than 24 hours.
7-Does anyone have any suggestions for future PMP exam candidates
I recommend 2-3 months of preparation. It is a good idea to go through the PMBOK and then follow the tutorials. To pass the PMP on your first attempt, you will need a solid PMP study plan.
8-Does anyone have any tips for the PMP exam?
Relax, read the questions carefully and use the tools provided in the examination. I used the highlight feature to highlight important words and strike through the options. This allowed me to concentrate on the best options.
9-What would you recommend to a friend who is interested in PMP certification?
These are my top tips for passing the PMP exam:
Your entry was not saved. Please try again. We have sent you links! You should have already received an email from masterofproject.com. If you have not received an email, please check your spam folders. You can also add masterofproject.com on the safe senders list to continue receiving our emails. You can read the PMBOK, but don’t try to understand everything. It is difficult to follow.
Take a look at the presentations and answer all the questions at the end.
Take notes on the handouts and go through the lectures. These notes will help to retain the concepts you have already learned.

Let’s see, how likely are you to get it?

Posts created 85

Related Posts

PMI Global Congress 2009 North America – egmb757lover via flickr I will fly to Orlando, FL for the PMI Global Congress 2009. If you are going to be in the area, and would like? I would love to have a chat over a cup of coffee with you. Let me know if you would like to have a chat over a cup coffee. Even if you aren’t able to attend the conference, it would still be great to have a chat. From Saturday afternoon to Tuesday, I will be at Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee. Why should you care about social media? This is the title of the presentation that I will be giving with my fellow members from the PMI New Media Council. I will be presenting along with Bas De Baar (Project Shrink), and Cornelius Fichtner, (PM Podcast). Our presentation will be a role-play to show the power of collaboration tools. Cornelius will live perform his role from Switzerland! It’s a great way to show remote collaboration! It’s Sunday morning in Switzerland! …. doesn’t have the same ring tone as SNL. Other members will be discussing new/social media tools to manage tasks, status reporting, project communication, and other topics. It should be a lot fun! Other presenters: Dave Garrett (Gantthead), Elizabeth Harrin (“Girl’s Guide to PM”), Jerry Manas (“PMThink!”). ), Chalyce Nallsch (PM Boulevard), Hal Macomber(Reforming PM). Here’s a link that will give you a brief description of the presentation: Why should you care about social media? I also plan to attend these presentations while there. As you can see, I am biased towards presentations on Agile and Lean project management.

Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.

Back To Top