Friday, March 6, 2009

PMBOK 3rd Edition or 4th Edition?

This is a very good article in on which PMBOK you should refer to for the exam.  It is very informative and worth a read.  You can find the information in the link below:


John said...

It is good to take the PMBOK 3rd Edition PMP exam if you can be prepared before June 30, 2009, as there surely will be a 'break-in' period with the 4th Edition exam. The same is true for the CAPM exam, which changes to 4th Edition on August 1, 2009. See PMBOK® Guide - Fourth Edition-aligned courses for a list of courses currently available for the 4th Edition, and see PMBOK® Guide - Fourth Edition-aligned courses release schedule for coming releases.

Mr-Wolvie said...

If you are geniunely looking for practise questions and some tips as well, try this site.

There are good tips on the study proceses for PMP, as well as a comprehensive PMP test question bank which I believe is basd on the latest PMPBOK version.

In fact, the author was kind enough to include RITA's PMP process chart, which is probably the MOST IMPORTANT thing that you have to study to pass the exams.

And it's TOTALLY FREE. No hidden registration etc....

Vinai Prakash said...

Create a good study plan, and stick to it, when preparing for the PMP exam. You need commitment and determination to study and pass the PMP exam.

A good list of Resources for the PMP exam is at Best PMP Resources

free sms said...

Now you can also get PMbok 4th edition for free however you have to just enroll for pmp certification training and the cost is aslo so less for preparation i guess overall its a best deal for individual if he decides to go for....PMP Certification

Recommended Books on PMP

Suggested Study Materials

  • PMP-Preparation Recommended Books
  • PMP Exam Prep, Fifth Edition: Rita's Course in a Book for Passing the PMP Exam
  • A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Third Edition (PMBOK Guides)
  • The PMP Exam: How to Pass On Your First Try (Test Prep series)