It’s time for another update on the status of my CAPM exam. I’ve finished all of my property-related activities and am now ready to devote the required amount of time to this certification.
It’s been a long time since my last post. Far too long, to be honest. I’m not proud of the delay, but I’ll let you know what happened and what my next steps are in this article. Why Was There No Update For So Long? The reason I haven’t written a post in about ...
A quick status update on my CAPM exam study progress, as of July 8, 2013.
This is the second half of the summary of the PMBOK Chapter 1. I’ll be covering organisations, operational management and PMOs.
A quick status update on my CAPM exam study progress, as of June 25, 2013.
I’ve taken some notes on the first chapter of the PMBOK as I’m reading it, and decided to share them here.
Here we go – the first big step of studying for the CAPM exam. I’ve put together a study plan on how I plan to get the CAPM exam, as I think it’s better to break down a big goal into smaller, achievable steps. Read on to find out how I’m doing this.
As a future or current PMI certification holder, you have the ability to join the PMI. This has many benefits, one of them is a reduced examination fee for taking the CAPM exam. I’m not sure if I should join the PMI before taking the exam, or after it, or at all.
So, in a recent post I mentioned I had ordered two books from Amazon – the PMBOK Guide Fifth Edition, and the Rita Mulcahy’s CAPM Exam Prep book. These have just arrived.
The CAPM exam has a process that must be followed before taking the exam. This is quite common with IT certifications – you can’t just show up on the day you feel like it and sit the exam. It’s a bit more than just making an appointment as well. Let’s take a look at the ...