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An Easy Study Guide for PMP EXAM Prep

The PMP Study guide has all that you need to pass the exam. If you already have attended a course and looking to refresh - This is the book you need to start your PMP preparation.

An Easy Guide to PMP: Pass PMP in 21 Days Series - STEP 1

Why this book? The book simplifies the concepts and takes you to the higher level of studies in step by step method. I have compiled PMP style of questions at the end of the chapter called Module-end quizzes. The Book contains more than 800+ quizzes and detailed explanations. This will help you learn and assess your learnings in very structured and scientific manner. Go ahead and explore the book - I am sure you will like it. Do send me your comments/suggestions at, will look forward to them. Wish you all the best for PMP examination.

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An Easy Guide to PMP: Pass PMP in 21 Days Series - STEP 1

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