Summary and Info
Bridging the gap between the 2000 and 2004 PMBOK Guides, this easy-to-follow study guide, which includes a CD-ROM with over 400 practice exam questions and downloadable study aids, provides the busy project manager or student with a concise self-study program for successfully passing the PMP or CAPM exam on the first attempt. Used in conjunction with PMI’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) guide, it presents all the fundamental knowledge, concepts, and exercises an aspiring project manager will need. It even incorporates key topics and concepts from the multiple PMI recommended readings, further reducing study time and eliminating the need for additional resources. This study guide follows the format of the PMBOK guide more closely than any other book on the market. Whether you are studying for the PMP or CAPM exam, or just want to improve your project management knowledge, this book is a must-read. Key Features: -Presents an effective self-study program that includes all the knowledge areas and concepts needed to understand the project management principles put forth in the PMBOK Guide, plus exercises and practice exam questions designed to help you successfully pass the PMP or the CAPM certification exam on your first attempt -Supplies a pre-test and post-test, as well as sample exam questions at the end of each chapter for practice and assessment of your learning and progress -Covers key topics and concepts from the PMI recommended readings, further reducing study time and eliminating the need for additional resources -Features numerous exam tips and exercises throughout the text, with concepts discussed and demonstrated and a real-life case study incorporated throughout -Includes a CD-ROM with over 400 practice exam questions to help simulate the actual PMP and CAPM exams -Offers a free downloadable flashcard study aid of key terms and concepts and slides which compare the PMBOK 2000 Guide and the PMBOK 2004 Guide
More About the Author
Margaret Jessie Chung (Chinese: 張瑪珠, (1889-10-02)October 2, 1889 – January 5, 1959(1959-01-05)), born in Santa Barbara, California, was the first known American-born Chinese female physician.