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Gear up, Pass PMP exam in 2015 - Here is the DAYWISE Course to pass within 21 days..

I interact with many project managers, few of them pass the exam successfully after attending the workshop - which is great (Around 10% ). Rest of the people get soaked up in normal busy hectic life and let the goal move away, thinking next week which turns next month and then next year...
My participants, on the other hand fetches better % of PMP appearance (40 - 50%) and they PASS.
2 reasons
1. People are tuned in - what does it mean, if you are part of a group and one person broadcast that he passed - you get confident that if he can pass, I can too.

2. The concepts and plan to pass within 21 days works!! 

Its simple - if you prepare using a question driven methodology - your chances to pass significantly improves. Why? because you know your weak areas by doing similar questions and have worked on getting the concepts right using available channels (discussions, posting questions, reading etc).

The help is available..

In fact I tell my participants that you are ready for PMP exam when you can find fault with the questions which are posted on web, and believe me - Most of the question posted free on web are either incorrect or are just copy and paste from some old source. Some questions are really old (triple constraint ) and you just get confused and do not get the confidence to appear for PMP or worse FAIL in the exam.
The course PASS PMP exam within 21 days - Practice Test will help you to achieve you goal to PASS PMP examination this year.
It helps you with
  1. - A day wise plan of 21 days and
  2. - List MOST IMPORTENT topics for the exam
  3. - Handhold you to learn to read PMBOK(r) 
  4. - Clarify the understanding of 47 PMBOK processes as how they play out in project managers life.
  5. - Questions which helps you with understanding of basic concepts and demystifying the PMP question pattern. etc
The course can be subscribed in 50% discount using the coupon code : PMP10 
Keep checking this space, there are many FREE utilities planned like ITTO learning aids and PMP mathematics.
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