No More PMP Exam Braindumps – Use This Instead

You will be given two sheets of legal-sized paper to use as your PMP (r) Brain Dump before your exam. You have 15 minutes to view a tutorial on Prometrics’ testing software. You can also use this time to make a “cheat sheet” using the paper you are given.
However, the rules have changed.
The first 15 minutes of writing can’t be used again. Writing can only be started when your PMP(r), exam begins.
Recent test takers have told us that not all Prometrics testing centres will give you the two sheets. You will need to ask.
If you find yourself in such a situation, ask the exam proctor to give you your scrap papers.
You can still make a cheat sheet
You don’t have to spend 15 minutes creating a cheat sheet in order to use it again.
You can still use the first 5-10 minute of your exam time for writing and creating a brain dump.
The PMP(r), process chart, is the “skeleton” for the PMBOK(r). It is a useful chart to include in your cheat sheet.
You might also want to include all formulas in your cheat sheet.
Here’s how to make a cheat sheet.
Do I still have enough time for my exam?
Absolutely. It should take you around 3 hours to complete all 200 multiple-choice questions if you are prepared for the PMP(r).
You can still use the first 5-10 minute of your exam time to create a brain dump.
What are the advantages of having a cheatsheet?
Prometrics testing center can be intimidating due to all of the formalities and surveillance cameras.
It may be a good idea to take a few minutes to think, calm your nerves, and create a cheat sheet.
You can refer to your notes anytime during the exam. This helps you remember concepts in project management that you may have forgotten while under pressure.
Can I have more then two sheets of paper?
Yes and no. You can request an additional sheet of paper by returning one of your sheets. You cannot have more than one sheet at a time. It’s unlikely that you will be able to trade important notes from one sheet of paper for another.
What should I do next.
Try to make your cheat sheet at least once a day two weeks before your PMP(r). The process should be so automatic and ingrained that you don’t even need to think about it.
Time yourself while you draw your cheat sheet. You should be able to complete it in less than 10 minutes. This will give you enough time to complete your exam.
You cannot bring a ruler to your PMP(r). You must be able to fit the entire process chart onto one sheet of paper when you draw it. It may take some time to get the proportions right.
Here’s how a cheat sheet might look:

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