PMP Exam Prep: All the Help You Need, From Start to Finish (Video Training for the PMP Certification Exam)

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5 PMP Online Practice Exams

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When it comes to passing the PMP certification exam, you’ll find no better resource than the PMP Exam Prep LiveLesson s. Not only do you get video-based tutorials from one of the nation’s leading PMP instructors, Claudia M. Baca, but you can also...

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Overview

All the Help You Need, From Start to Finish

5 PMP Online Practice Exams

Includes over 3 hours of video instruction from the experts

When it comes to passing the PMP certification exam, you’ll find no better resource than the PMP Exam Prep LiveLesson s. Not only do you get video-based tutorials from one of the nation’s leading PMP instructors, Claudia M. Baca, but you can also take an online practice exam up to five times before you take the real exam.

Following the PMI’s curricula, the PMP Exam Prep LiveLessons has everything you need to know to pass the PMP certification exam. Not only will you learn how to prepare for the exam, you will also get useful tips for completing and filing your paperwork, and discover useful things you should do on test day.

Everything’s taught visually, using realistic project scenarios. You’ll master project initiation, planning, scoping, scheduling, budgeting, execution, monitoring and control, closing, quality, communications, procurement, PMI’s professional/social responsibility rules, and more.

Includes Access to MyPMPExamLab Practice Exam:

Built from a database of 400 questions, the MyPMPExamLab practice exam consists of 200 randomly selected questions to give you a unique experience each time you take the practice exam. Learn at your pace, get the answers whenever you need them, and gain the confidence you need to ace the PMP certification exam!

For all current and aspiring project managers who are preparing for the Project Management Institute’s PMP or CAPM online certification exam.

Looking for a better way to master today’s rapidly changing technologies? Want expert help, but don't have the time or energy to read a book? Can'y find classroom training worth the money? Discover LiveLessons: self-paced, personal video instruction from the world’s leading experts.

  • LiveLessons are video courses, on DVD with a book supplement, that are organized into bite-sized, self-contained sessions--you'll learn key skills in as little as fifteen minutes!
  • Each session begins with well-defined learning objectives and ends with comprehensive summaries, which help you track your progress.
  • Follow along as your instructor shows exactly how to get great results in your real-world environment.

Imagine the best live project management training...then make it more convenient and far less expensive! Just click, watch, and learn as Claudia M. Baca teaches you everything you need to ace your exam...from study planning through PMBOKRGuide best practices!

System Requirements

-OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista; Mac OS X (version 10.4 or greater)

-MULTIMEDIA: DVD drive, 1024 x 768 or higher display, and sound card with speakers

-COMPUTER: 500 MHz or higher, 128 MB RAM or more

-BROWSER (for MyPMPExamLab practice exam): Windows XP or Vista with Internet Explorer 6.0 or 7.0; Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5 with Safari 2.0 or 3.0. (Firefox, AOL, and AT&T Yahoo browsers are not supported.)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321534972
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley
  • Publication date: 8/14/2008
  • Series: LiveLessons Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Claudia M. Baca, PMP, PMI Certified OPM3 AssessorTM/ConsultantR, has been active in the project management industry since 1984 and has project management experience in the information technology, telecommunications, and e-commerce industries. During her long and varied career, Claudia has managed multiple mission-critical projects for companies as different as a major telecommunications company to an Internet start-up company. She most recently was the vice-president of Consulting Services for a nationally known project management consulting firm. Currently, Claudia is an independent consultant focusing on project management consulting and training. She lectures for the Project Management Institute’s Denver chapter and has taught for Colorado State University and Denver’s Front Range Community College.

Claudia was a member of the leadership team that produced the standard for Project Management Maturity, OPM3R, and is currently working on the second edition of that standard. She has a Masters Certificate in Program Management from Denver University and earned her PMP in 1995. Claudia is also an experienced writer and technical editor. She coauthored the paper “Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3),” presented at the PMIR Global Congress Europe in 2003. She coauthored the paper, “The Past, the Present and the Future of OPM3,” presented at the PMIR Global Congress North America in 2004, as well as coauthored “OPM3R --The path to organizational achievement of strategic business improvement,” presented at the PMIR North American Congress in October 2007 in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition, she is the technical editor of the PMP Project Management Professional Study Guide and the IT Project + Study Guide and is the coauthor of PMP Project Management Professional Workbook, all published by Sybex. In 2005, she published the Project Management Spotlight on Change Management in March and the PMP Project Management Professional Study Guide Deluxe Edition in August, both by John Wiley Publishing. Her first work for Addison-Wesley was Project Management for Mere Mortals (2007).

Claudia was the first person to be certified by PMI and Det Norske Veritas (DNV) as an OPM3 ProductSuite AssessorTM and ConsultantR. She has assessed and improved project management maturity in organizations ranging in size from a nuclear power plant to a 50-employee telecommunication networking company.

Douglas J. Gilas, technician and software developer, has spent the last 27 years within the telecommunications industry doing a variety of information system jobs, including software development, project management, database administration, and system administration, as well as running his own software development business. During that time, he was exposed to, as well as practiced a wide range of project management techniques, from project micromanagement to basic indifference.

When the option of doing multimedia development presented itself working with Claudia Baca on her instructional DVDs, he enthusiastically accepted. Doug has partnered with Claudia Baca on several other ventures, the latest being this video for preparing for the PMPR certification exam. He’s looking forward to their next collaboration.

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Preface Introduction

I took the PMP exam in 1995. After a grueling study period and cram session, I finally passed the exam. I swore I would never go through that again, and I have since recertified myself successfully every three years. I've watched my friends buy book after book and attend classes to get through the exam. Each has commented, "I wish there was one source that would help me every step of the way." My intention for you is that this won't be a grueling experience. And this LiveLesson will be just what you need to get through the exam, successfully, once. What Is This LiveLesson About?

This LiveLesson contains the knowledge that I have gained over the years, as well as the knowledge of my friends who have taken and successfully passed the PMP exam. It covers the basics of how to fill out the exam forms and build a great study plan. It covers the processes that are presented in the exam. It also covers how to assess and determine if you are really ready to pass the exam.

The LiveLesson is organized by lessons that cover specific topics for taking and passing the exam. For example, Lesson 5 contains hints and tips for taking the exam. You will receive some general hints and tips, as well as specifics of what to know for each Knowledge area.

A unique feature of this LiveLesson is the sample exam engine. This engine simulates a PMP exam, generating 200 questions that match the topics covered on the exam. The engine contains over four hundred questions. You'll be able to take the exam several times and gain some real insights on how you are doing and if a specific area of study requires more work. You no longer need to go out and buy a bookor online system with test questions. Who Should Use This Course?

Anyone who is going to take the PMP exam will find this course to be useful. My original intention for this course was for project managers who are starting to think about taking the exam. Through the development, however, I've come to realize that there are facets of it applicable to many different project managers who are in different stages of getting ready for the exam. My reviewers have confirmed that there are places where project managers who are well into their study plan could still step in and use this course to complete their study plan. Here is a synopsis of what is available for each of you. Just Made the Decision to Take the Exam

If you've just made the decision to take the exam, you will find the basics of what you need to know covered in this course. You'll see a flowchart that describes the entire exam process, information on how to fill out the forms, as well as a discussion on how to understand how you learn best. Most of everything you need is covered in this LiveLesson. Studying for Awhile—Need Some Help

You've already filled out the forms and have your date for the exam. You've been studying for awhile but don't feel you're making much progress. This LiveLesson has a course within a course and provides many lessons that drill the inputs, outputs, tools, and techniques of the PMBOK® Guide. You'll have a chance to listen and watch while I present these concepts for you. Am I Ready? Or Not?

You've been studying for quite some time, and you think you are ready. Wouldn't it be nice to know for sure? This LiveLesson includes a lesson that will help you determine if you are really ready to take the exam. With this lesson and the sample exam engine, you have the tools you need to assess if you are really ready. How This Course Is Organized

The course is structured around the normal flow that a person might follow to take the PMP exam. I start with a lesson that lays out this flow. From the next lesson on, the course covers the topics in the order presented in that flow. It looks like the structure is sequential, and must be viewed from lesson to lesson. However, you can zone in on a specific topic and, for example, view just how to build a study plan. The LiveLesson format makes it perfect for you to cover a subject and then come back a month later and view a different subject. The lessons and their content are described next:

  1. "Introduction to the Exam"

    This lesson establishes the structure for the rest of the course by laying out the entire exam process. I make sure that you understand the content of the exam, as well as how the exam is created and administered by PMI.

  2. "Filling Out the Forms"

    This lesson walks you through the process of filling out the application forms step by step. One of the sections of the application is the experience verification form. Many people find this portion of the application to be challenging, so we go through this part in detail. If you are taking the CAPM exam, this lesson also covers the application form for that exam.

  3. "How Do You Learn Best?"

    This lesson focuses on the three different learning modalities: audio, visual, and kinesthetic. You learn how to determine your primary learning type. Finally, we cover what study techniques best fit your learning type.

  4. "Your 'Pass the Exam' Project"

    At the end of this lesson, you'll be able to create a study plan that fits the time you have available to pass the exam. You'll also be able to create a project schedule for your exam project. Finally, I provide a sample project schedule that you can use and modify to fit your study plan.

  5. "Hints and Tips for Taking the Exam"

    In this lesson, I provide hints and tips for taking the exam. I cover some general information and then provide specific hints and tips in the Knowledge area.

  6. "PMP® Exam PREP—Framework"

    This session is the first of several lessons that is a course within a course. This lesson explains what you will need to know about the PMBOK® Guide Framework in order to pass the exam. Listen, watch, and learn about the project management framework from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification.

  7. "PMP® Exam PREP—Initiate/Preliminary Plan"

    Listen, watch, and learn about the project management processes from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification. In this lesson, we examine the project-initiating processes and begin the project-planning processes, specifically covering the Scope Knowledge area.

  8. "PMP® Exam PREP—Planning Processes: Time and Cost"

    This session continues our course within a course concept with coverage of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification perspective of project-planning processes. This time, we look at the planning processes of the Time Management Knowledge area and the Cost Management Knowledge area.

  9. "PMP® Exam PREP—More Planning Processes"

    We explore the planning processes of the Quality Management Knowledge area, the Communications Management Knowledge area, the Human Resource Management Knowledge area, and the Procurement Management Knowledge area in this lesson.

  10. "PMP® Exam PREP—Risk Planning Processes"

    This lesson concentrates on the planning processes of the Risk Management Knowledge area. We close out the planning processes with an overview of Risk Management Planning, Risk Identification, Qualitative Risk Analysis, Quantitative Risk Analysis, and Risk Response Planning.

  11. "PMP® Exam PREP—Executing Process Group"

    Listen, watch, and learn about the project management processes from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification. This lesson covers the project-executing processes from the Integration Knowledge area, the Quality Management Knowledge area, the Communications Management Knowledge area, the Human Resource Management Knowledge area, and the Procurement Management Knowledge area.

  12. "PMP® Exam PREP—Monitoring & Controlling Processes"

    We now move into the monitoring and controlling process group with our review of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification. This lesson explores the monitoring and controlling processes of the Integration Knowledge area.

  13. "PMP® Exam PREP—More Monitoring & Controlling Processes"

    This mini course within a course focuses on completing the monitoring and controlling process group. In this lesson, we explore the monitoring and controlling processes from the Human Resource Management Knowledge area, the Communications Management Knowledge area, the Scope Management Knowledge area, the Risk Management Knowledge area, and the Procurement Management Knowledge area.

  14. "PMP® Exam PREP—Closing Process Group & Professional and Social Responsibility"

    This lesson covers the two processes of the closing process group and the concepts of professional and social Responsibility, which the exam will test you on. This lesson also completes the mini course within a course.

  15. "Working with the Exam Engine"

    This lesson covers how you will register and access the sample exam engine. We also discuss taking a sample exam and how to get feedback.

  16. "The Week of the Exam"

    In this lesson, we cover exactly how to spend each day the week of the exam. We'll even determine if you are really ready to take the exam.

  17. "Need More Support?"

    You should have everything you need to pass the exam with this LiveLesson and a copy of the PMBOK® Guide. In case you feel like you need more support, this lesson will help. Here I explain the different types of courses and books that are available that you might consider.

Playing the DVD

If your Windows system is configured with AutoPlay on, the video will automatically start when you insert the DVD into your drive. However, if AutoPlay is off, you will need to insert the DVD into the drive, launch Windows Explorer, navigate to the root folder of the DVD, and double-click on the file called "Start_livelesson.exe."

This LiveLessons product is designed to run at a screen resolution of 1280 x 1024 or higher. Please adjust your screen resolution for the best playback experience. LiveLessons DVD System Requirements

Operating system: Windows 98, 2000, XP, or Vista. Multimedia: DVD drive, 1024 x 768 or higher display, and sound card with speakers. Computer: 500MHz or higher, 128MB RAM or more.

© Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Lesson 1: Introduction to the Exam [13:25]

Lesson 2: Filling Out the Forms [14:03]

Lesson 3: How Do You Learn Best? [05:50]

Lesson 4: Your "Pass the Exam" Project [10:00]

Lesson 5: Hints and Tips for Taking the Exam [10:01]

Lesson 6: PMP Exam PREP--Framework [20:29]

Lesson 7: PMP Exam PREP--Initiate/Preliminary Plan [15:49]

Lesson 8: PMP Exam PREP--Planning Processes: Time and Cost [24:24]

Lesson 9: PMP Exam PREP--More Planning Processes [12:17]

Lesson 10: PMP Exam PREP--Risk Planning Processes [13:54]

Lesson 11: PMP Exam PREP--Executing Process Group [14:51]

Lesson 12: PMP Exam PREP--Monitoring & Controlling Processes [12:58]

Lesson 13: PMP Exam PREP--More Monitoring & Controlling Processes [16:02]

Lesson 14: PMP Exam PREP--Closing Process Group & Professional and Social Responsibility [05:53]

Lesson 15: Working with the Exam Engine [11:08]

Lesson 16: The Week of the Exam [07:35]

Lesson 17: Need More Support? [07:44]

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Preface

Preface

Introduction

I took the PMP exam in 1995. After a grueling study period and cram session, I finally passed the exam. I swore I would never go through that again, and I have since recertified myself successfully every three years. I've watched my friends buy book after book and attend classes to get through the exam. Each has commented, "I wish there was one source that would help me every step of the way." My intention for you is that this won't be a grueling experience. And this LiveLesson will be just what you need to get through the exam, successfully, once.

What Is This LiveLesson About?

This LiveLesson contains the knowledge that I have gained over the years, as well as the knowledge of my friends who have taken and successfully passed the PMP exam. It covers the basics of how to fill out the exam forms and build a great study plan. It covers the processes that are presented in the exam. It also covers how to assess and determine if you are really ready to pass the exam.

The LiveLesson is organized by lessons that cover specific topics for taking and passing the exam. For example, Lesson 5 contains hints and tips for taking the exam. You will receive some general hints and tips, as well as specifics of what to know for each Knowledge area.

A unique feature of this LiveLesson is the sample exam engine. This engine simulates a PMP exam, generating 200 questions that match the topics covered on the exam. The engine contains over four hundred questions. You'll be able to take the exam several times and gain some real insights on how you are doing and if a specific area of study requires more work. You no longer need to go out and buy a book or online system with test questions.

Who Should Use This Course?

Anyone who is going to take the PMP exam will find this course to be useful. My original intention for this course was for project managers who are starting to think about taking the exam. Through the development, however, I've come to realize that there are facets of it applicable to many different project managers who are in different stages of getting ready for the exam. My reviewers have confirmed that there are places where project managers who are well into their study plan could still step in and use this course to complete their study plan. Here is a synopsis of what is available for each of you.

Just Made the Decision to Take the Exam

If you've just made the decision to take the exam, you will find the basics of what you need to know covered in this course. You'll see a flowchart that describes the entire exam process, information on how to fill out the forms, as well as a discussion on how to understand how you learn best. Most of everything you need is covered in this LiveLesson.

Studying for Awhile—Need Some Help

You've already filled out the forms and have your date for the exam. You've been studying for awhile but don't feel you're making much progress. This LiveLesson has a course within a course and provides many lessons that drill the inputs, outputs, tools, and techniques of the PMBOK® Guide. You'll have a chance to listen and watch while I present these concepts for you.

Am I Ready? Or Not?

You've been studying for quite some time, and you think you are ready. Wouldn't it be nice to know for sure? This LiveLesson includes a lesson that will help you determine if you are really ready to take the exam. With this lesson and the sample exam engine, you have the tools you need to assess if you are really ready.

How This Course Is Organized

The course is structured around the normal flow that a person might follow to take the PMP exam. I start with a lesson that lays out this flow. From the next lesson on, the course covers the topics in the order presented in that flow. It looks like the structure is sequential, and must be viewed from lesson to lesson. However, you can zone in on a specific topic and, for example, view just how to build a study plan. The LiveLesson format makes it perfect for you to cover a subject and then come back a month later and view a different subject. The lessons and their content are described next:

  1. "Introduction to the Exam"

    This lesson establishes the structure for the rest of the course by laying out the entire exam process. I make sure that you understand the content of the exam, as well as how the exam is created and administered by PMI.

  2. "Filling Out the Forms"

    This lesson walks you through the process of filling out the application forms step by step. One of the sections of the application is the experience verification form. Many people find this portion of the application to be challenging, so we go through this part in detail. If you are taking the CAPM exam, this lesson also covers the application form for that exam.

  3. "How Do You Learn Best?"

    This lesson focuses on the three different learning modalities: audio, visual, and kinesthetic. You learn how to determine your primary learning type. Finally, we cover what study techniques best fit your learning type.

  4. "Your 'Pass the Exam' Project"

    At the end of this lesson, you'll be able to create a study plan that fits the time you have available to pass the exam. You'll also be able to create a project schedule for your exam project. Finally, I provide a sample project schedule that you can use and modify to fit your study plan.

  5. "Hints and Tips for Taking the Exam"

    In this lesson, I provide hints and tips for taking the exam. I cover some general information and then provide specific hints and tips in the Knowledge area.

  6. "PMP® Exam PREP—Framework"

    This session is the first of several lessons that is a course within a course. This lesson explains what you will need to know about the PMBOK® Guide Framework in order to pass the exam. Listen, watch, and learn about the project management framework from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification.

  7. "PMP® Exam PREP—Initiate/Preliminary Plan"

    Listen, watch, and learn about the project management processes from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification. In this lesson, we examine the project-initiating processes and begin the project-planning processes, specifically covering the Scope Knowledge area.

  8. "PMP® Exam PREP—Planning Processes: Time and Cost"

    This session continues our course within a course concept with coverage of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification perspective of project-planning processes. This time, we look at the planning processes of the Time Management Knowledge area and the Cost Management Knowledge area.

  9. "PMP® Exam PREP—More Planning Processes"

    We explore the planning processes of the Quality Management Knowledge area, the Communications Management Knowledge area, the Human Resource Management Knowledge area, and the Procurement Management Knowledge area in this lesson.

  10. "PMP® Exam PREP—Risk Planning Processes"

    This lesson concentrates on the planning processes of the Risk Management Knowledge area. We close out the planning processes with an overview of Risk Management Planning, Risk Identification, Qualitative Risk Analysis, Quantitative Risk Analysis, and Risk Response Planning.

  11. "PMP® Exam PREP—Executing Process Group"

    Listen, watch, and learn about the project management processes from the perspective of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification. This lesson covers the project-executing processes from the Integration Knowledge area, the Quality Management Knowledge area, the Communications Management Knowledge area, the Human Resource Management Knowledge area, and the Procurement Management Knowledge area.

  12. "PMP® Exam PREP—Monitoring & Controlling Processes"

    We now move into the monitoring and controlling process group with our review of the PMBOK® Guide and PMP Exam Specification. This lesson explores the monitoring and controlling processes of the Integration Knowledge area.

  13. "PMP® Exam PREP—More Monitoring & Controlling Processes"

    This mini course within a course focuses on completing the monitoring and controlling process group. In this lesson, we explore the monitoring and controlling processes from the Human Resource Management Knowledge area, the Communications Management Knowledge area, the Scope Management Knowledge area, the Risk Management Knowledge area, and the Procurement Management Knowledge area.

  14. "PMP® Exam PREP—Closing Process Group & Professional and Social Responsibility"

    This lesson covers the two processes of the closing process group and the concepts of professional and social Responsibility, which the exam will test you on. This lesson also completes the mini course within a course.

  15. "Working with the Exam Engine"

    This lesson covers how you will register and access the sample exam engine. We also discuss taking a sample exam and how to get feedback.

  16. "The Week of the Exam"

    In this lesson, we cover exactly how to spend each day the week of the exam. We'll even determine if you are really ready to take the exam.

  17. "Need More Support?"

    You should have everything you need to pass the exam with this LiveLesson and a copy of the PMBOK® Guide. In case you feel like you need more support, this lesson will help. Here I explain the different types of courses and books that are available that you might consider.

Playing the DVD

If your Windows system is configured with AutoPlay on, the video will automatically start when you insert the DVD into your drive. However, if AutoPlay is off, you will need to insert the DVD into the drive, launch Windows Explorer, navigate to the root folder of the DVD, and double-click on the file called "Start_livelesson.exe."

This LiveLessons product is designed to run at a screen resolution of 1280 x 1024 or higher. Please adjust your screen resolution for the best playback experience.

LiveLessons DVD System Requirements

Operating system: Windows 98, 2000, XP, or Vista. Multimedia: DVD drive, 1024 x 768 or higher display, and sound card with speakers. Computer: 500MHz or higher, 128MB RAM or more.

© Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

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