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  • PMP in Depth
  • Paul Sanghera
  • English
  • 02 March 2019
  • 9781598639964

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  1. says:

    This is simply the best book to prepare for the PMP exam It is an interesting read and not a boring read like Rita Mulcahy's book I alos like the organization of the material The book is self contained and does not refer to other books like Rita's book does I found the actual exam uations much closer to this book than to any othe rbook By reading this book I also actually learned about project management from scratch while preparing for the PMP exam Ths is a must have book for any project manager I agree with the following review I found this book best among all the PMP books It's a self contained to the point and yet very comprehensive all the topics within the scope of the exam are covered with adeuate depth The material is presented in a perfect logical learning seuence and there is no hopping from topic to topic perfect flow Unlike other books this book presents the material in order of the process groups initiating planning executing controlling and closing which is consistent with the way the PMP exam objectives domains by PMI are organized And this is the only PMP exam book that explains the exam objectives covered in each chapter in the beginning of the chapter This way you are always sure which exam objective you are working on and it makes the exam preparation much easier and free of confusion This is also a good book for the CAPM exam because it's self contained easy and interesting read All concepts are clearly defined and explained and the definitions are also listed at the end of each chapter for easy reference There is a complete practice exam at the end of the book with very detailed answers why a correct answer is correct and an incorrect answer is incorrect I found that the practice exam combined with the review uestions and their detailed answers at the end of each chapter makes enough number of uestions to prepare me for the actual exam I found the tone and difficulty level of the uestions very compatible with the actual exam Unlike most of other PMP books this book is very reasonably priced I recommend this book to anyone who is planning to prepare for the PMP exam CAPM exam or just want to learn the basics of project management


  2. says:

    This is simply the best book to prepare for the PMP exam It is an interesting read and not a boring read like Rita Mulcahy's book I alos like the organization of the material The book is self contained and does not refer to other books like Rita's book does I found the actual exam uations much closer to this book than to any othe rbook By reading this book I also actually learned about project management from scratch while preparing for the PMP exam Ths is a must have book for any project manager I agree with the following review I found this book best among all the PMP books It's a self contained to the point and yet very comprehensive all the topics within the scope of the exam are covered with adeuate depth The material is presented in a perfect logical learning seuence and there is no hopping from topic to topic perfect flow Unlike other books this book presents the material in order of the process groups initiating planning executing controlling and closing which is consistent with the way the PMP exam objectives domains by PMI are organized And this is the only PMP exam book that explains the exam objectives covered in each chapter in the beginning of the chapter This way you are always sure which exam objective you are working on and it makes the exam preparation much easier and free of confusion This is also a good book for the CAPM exam because it's self contained easy and interesting read All concepts are clearly defined and explained and the definitions are also listed at the end of each chapter for easy reference There is a complete practice exam at the end of the book with very detailed answers why a correct answer is correct and an incorrect answer is incorrect I found that the practice exam combined with the review uestions and their detailed answers at the end of each chapter makes enough number of uestions to prepare me for the actual exam I found the tone and difficulty level of the uestions very compatible with the actual exam Unlike most of other PMP books this book is very reasonably priced I recommend this book to anyone who is planning to prepare for the PMP exam CAPM exam or just want to learn the basics of project management


  3. says:

    This is simply the best book to prepare for the PMP exam It is an interesting read and not a boring read like Rita Mulcahy's book I alos like the organization of the material The book is self contained and does not refer to other books like Rita's book does I found the actual exam uations much closer to this book than to any othe rbook By reading this book I also actually learned about project management from scratch while preparing for the PMP exam Ths is a must have book for any project manager I agree with the following review I found this book best among all the PMP books It's a self contained to the point and yet very comprehensive all the topics within the scope of the exam are covered with adeuate depth The material is presented in a perfect logical learning seuence and there is no hopping from topic to topic perfect flow Unlike other books this book presents the material in order of the process groups initiating planning executing controlling and closing which is consistent with the way the PMP exam objectives domains by PMI are organized And this is the only PMP exam book that explains the exam objectives covered in each chapter in the beginning of the chapter This way you are always sure which exam objective you are working on and it makes the exam preparation much easier and free of confusion This is also a good book for the CAPM exam because it's self contained easy and interesting read All concepts are clearly defined and explained and the definitions are also listed at the end of each chapter for easy reference There is a complete practice exam at the end of the book with very detailed answers why a correct answer is correct and an incorrect answer is incorrect I found that the practice exam combined with the review uestions and their detailed answers at the end of each chapter makes enough number of uestions to prepare me for the actual exam I found the tone and difficulty level of the uestions very compatible with the actual exam Unlike most of other PMP books this book is very reasonably priced I recommend this book to anyone who is planning to prepare for the PMP exam CAPM exam or just want to learn the basics of project management


  4. says:

    Difficult book to review It is very comprehensive text book for passing the PMP exam There is little depth to the topics discussed and many parts of the books seems like it was forced writing to get around all needed topics from PMBOK With that in mind it is peculiar that the areas of costs and communication management seem almost be missin from the book In conclusion a very dry read and not very inspiring


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PMP in Depth

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The primary purpose of this book is to help you pass the Project Management Professional PMP exam administered by the Project Management Institute PMI Because the book has a laser sharp focus on the exam objectives expert project managers who want to pass the PMP exam can use this book to ensure that they do not miss any objective Yet this is not simply an exa. This is simply the best book to prepare for the PMP exam It is an interesting read and not a boring read like Rita Mulcahy's book I alos like the organization of the material The book is self contained and does not refer to other books like Rita's book does I found the actual exam uations much closer to this book than to any othe rbook By reading this book I also actually learned about project management from scratch while preparing for the PMP exam Ths is a must have book for any project manager I agree with the following review I found this book best among all the PMP books It's a self contained to the point and yet very comprehensive all the topics within the scope of the exam are covered with adeuate depth The material is presented in a perfect logical learning seuence and there is no hopping from topic to topic perfect flow Unlike other books this book presents the material in order of the process groups initiating planning executing controlling and closing which is consistent with the way the PMP exam objectives domains by PMI are organized And this is the only PMP exam book that explains the exam objectives covered in each chapter in the beginning of the chapter This way you are always sure which exam objective you are working on and it makes the exam preparation much easier and free of confusion This is also a good book for the CAPM exam because it's self contained easy and interesting read All concepts are clearly defined and explained and the definitions are also listed at the end of each chapter for easy reference There is a complete practice exam at the end of the book with very detailed answers why a correct answer is correct and an incorrect answer is incorrect I found that the practice exam combined with the review uestions and their detailed answers at the end of each chapter makes enough number of uestions to prepare me for the actual exam I found the tone and difficulty level of the uestions very compatible with the actual exam Unlike most of other PMP books this book is very reasonably priced I recommend this book to anyone who is planning to prepare for the PMP exam CAPM exam or just want to learn the basics of project management

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M cram book The chapters and the sections within each chapter are presented in a logical learning seuence A topic and a chapter only depend upon the previously covered topics and chapters and there is no hopping from topic to topic The concepts and topics both simple and complex are clearly explained when they appear for the first time No prior knowledge of pr. This is simply the best book to prepare for the PMP exam It is an interesting read and not a boring read like Rita Mulcahy's book I alos like the organization of the material The book is self contained and does not refer to other books like Rita's book does I found the actual exam uations much closer to this book than to any othe rbook By reading this book I also actually learned about project management from scratch while preparing for the PMP exam Ths is a must have book for any project manager I agree with the following review I found this book best among all the PMP books It's a self contained to the point and yet very comprehensive all the topics within the scope of the exam are covered with adeuate depth The material is presented in a perfect logical learning seuence and there is no hopping from topic to topic perfect flow Unlike other books this book presents the material in order of the process groups initiating planning executing controlling and closing which is consistent with the way the PMP exam objectives domains by PMI are organized And this is the only PMP exam book that explains the exam objectives covered in each chapter in the beginning of the chapter This way you are always sure which exam objective you are working on and it makes the exam preparation much easier and free of confusion This is also a good book for the CAPM exam because it's self contained easy and interesting read All concepts are clearly defined and explained and the definitions are also listed at the end of each chapter for easy reference There is a complete practice exam at the end of the book with very detailed answers why a correct answer is correct and an incorrect answer is incorrect I found that the practice exam combined with the review uestions and their detailed answers at the end of each chapter makes enough number of uestions to prepare me for the actual exam I found the tone and difficulty level of the uestions very compatible with the actual exam Unlike most of other PMP books this book is very reasonably priced I recommend this book to anyone who is planning to prepare for the PMP exam CAPM exam or just want to learn the basics of project management

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Oject management is assumed This facilitates stepwise learning prevents confusion and makes this book useful for anyone who wants to get up to speed uickly to learn the fundamentals of project management pass the PMP exam or both even if they are new to the discipline of project management A fulllength practice exam with fully explained answers is also include. This is simply the best book to prepare for the PMP exam It is an interesting read and not a boring read like Rita Mulcahy's book I alos like the organization of the material The book is self contained and does not refer to other books like Rita's book does I found the actual exam uations much closer to this book than to any othe rbook By reading this book I also actually learned about project management from scratch while preparing for the PMP exam Ths is a must have book for any project manager I agree with the following review I found this book best among all the PMP books It's a self contained to the point and yet very comprehensive all the topics within the scope of the exam are covered with adeuate depth The material is presented in a perfect logical learning seuence and there is no hopping from topic to topic perfect flow Unlike other books this book presents the material in order of the process groups initiating planning executing controlling and closing which is consistent with the way the PMP exam objectives domains by PMI are organized And this is the only PMP exam book that explains the exam objectives covered in each chapter in the beginning of the chapter This way you are always sure which exam objective you are working on and it makes the exam preparation much easier and free of confusion This is also a good book for the CAPM exam because it's self contained easy and interesting read All concepts are clearly defined and explained and the definitions are also listed at the end of each chapter for easy reference There is a complete practice exam at the end of the book with very detailed answers why a correct answer is correct and an incorrect answer is incorrect I found that the practice exam combined with the review uestions and their detailed answers at the end of each chapter makes enough number of uestions to prepare me for the actual exam I found the tone and difficulty level of the uestions very compatible with the actual exam Unlike most of other PMP books this book is very reasonably priced I recommend this book to anyone who is planning to prepare for the PMP exam CAPM exam or just want to learn the basics of project management