The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try

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Velociteach Press, 2005 - Computers - 504 pages
This self-study guide for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam from the Project Management Institute contains everything project managers need to pass the PMP Exam, including 44 processes, and 592 inputs, tools, and outputs. Exam topics are covered and insider secrets, complete explanations of all PMP subjects, test tricks and tips, hundreds of highly realistic sample questions, and exercises designed to strengthen understanding of PMP concepts and prepare managers for exam success on the first attempt are provided.
 

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This is the third PMP Prep book Ive purchased and its definitely the best. It comes with a 1 week trial to online training and quizzes which I wasnt aware of when purchasing so it was a nice bonus. I really recommend this book for anyone taking the PMP...I passed on my first try. Read full review

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Hello! How do I purchase the full book? Some pages are omitted in the preview..I need the full book with no page omitted..I need it to prepare for the PMP exam..Tnks

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Contents

Foundational Concepts
7
Process Framework
31
Integration Management
41
Scope Management
73
Cost Management
179
Quality Management
224
Human Resource Management
253
Communications Management
290
Risk Management
319
Professional Responsibility
381
How To Pass The PMP
399
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\Andy Crowe, PMP, is a Six Sigma Black Belt and the founder of Velociteach, a company that provides project management and certification training. He has taught classes in C++ for Microsoft University and advanced technology courses for the U.S. government, designed courses in high-impact project management for Fortune 50 companies, and served on Microsoft's .NET international advisory committee. He lives in Kennesaw, Georgia.

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