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158 internautes sur 165 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Some mistakes, but not a deal breaker 19 janvier 2014
Par Momof3 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I wrote the below comment for Rita's book "PMP Exam Pre, eighth edition), but I will also,post it here for Head First!!! Let me say that Head First is an outstanding book, some mistakes but if you know the concepts you can work through them. If you have time yo study both Rita's book and Head First I HIGHLY recommend studying both! You can get through Head First in 2 weeks its a very fun read.

I passed my PMP two days ago! I took a. 4 day bootcamp which was a waste of money, but the instructor from the bootcamp told me to buy Rita's book to get a better understanding. I also bought Head First PMP, McGraw-Hill's PMP Certification Mathematics with CD-ROM , I also signed up for a 20 day pass on PMStudy to rake practice test. When I took the exam I felt very confident and was able to breeze through the questions. I was able to pass all the sections!!!! I truly believe all the above resources really helped me. If you cannot get all the above resources or only have a short window to study I recommend the following:

2) Buy Rita's book and read as much as you can
3) Get McGraw-Hill's PMP Certification Mathematics with CD-ROM to help with the math section (take the practice test on the CD-ROM) 1-2 days before the test. Make sure you understand calculating critical path, and all the necessary formulas (KNOW YOUR FORMULA'S IN YOUR SLEEP!!!!, EAT, DRINK, SLEEP, PLAY WHATEVER YOU DO KNOW YOUR FORMULA'S!!!!!) especially AC, PV, EV, CV, CPI, SV, SPI, EAC, BAC, ETC, TCPI, SD, VARIANCE, PV (PRESENT VALUE), Communication Channel
4) Sign up for PMStudy 20 days worth of testing!!!! Take the first test to see where you are, study study study the knowledge areas where you are weak take exam 2 if you get less than 80 go back to Rita's book! Take exam 3 get an 80 or better than take exam 4 the morning BEFORE your test so that your in a testing mind frame.
5) I LOVED Head First PMP but if you don't have time to study everything I would say to buy this book as a companion to Rita's book. This book is a fun read and makes the concepts easier to understand
6) Make sure your referencing the PMBOK 5 (Most Important)

During the exam (make sure your doing good on time before you follow these directions)
1) If you believe in prayer (PRAY) - ummmm you also do not need to tell anyone your taking the test, just in case........
2) Breathe and relax
3) Do the first 50 - 75 questions (Take a break, go to the bathroom, get some water, sit in the waiting room, just get away from the test)
4) Go back in do the next 25 - 50 questions (take another break)
5) Keep doing this until you finish
6) Before you review your questions, take your final break come back review your questions, (I took another break!!!!!), did the survey, packed up my things so I wasn't steering at the screen, and BOOM THERE IT WAS!!!!! Birds started singing, confetti fell from the ceiling, and people began to dance!! (well maybe in my head, but you get the point!)

Good luck and God Bless!!!!
45 internautes sur 47 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Really Helpful 8 janvier 2014
Par Ashraf Nageeb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is really a helpful study tool for those who are getting started with their PMP study.
It really simplifies the information and uses an attractive approach to get the needed information into your head.
I strongly recommend this book for those who get bored from reading traditional text books.
Despite of some minor mistakes and typos, this book is still awesome.
I just passed my PMP test on 1/20/2014 using this book as my primary study guide and i found that it had 90% of the information i needed to pass the exam..
I also used some other practice questions books to help practice.

Special Advice:
When you buy this paper book, visit the Author's website mentioned on the last page register, and buy yourself a soft copy of the book for an extra 5$.
it will be useful to print exercise pages and practice them with your own hands, while keeping your original paper copy clean.
24 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Passed the PMP Exam on the first try 26 avril 2014
Par Project Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Rita Mulcahy book and the Head First PMP book were my two main study materials for the PMP exam. I picked up this book after the laborious read of the Rita book that would put me to sleep in minutes. I am very happy I did.

Unlike the Rita book, the Head First is MUCH easier to read. It is graphic and not text-intensive which leads to a better understanding of the material (in my opinion). More that that, the book builds confidence and gives you a sense of accomplishment that the material is actually sticking. The questions are exactly what you will find on the PMP exam (unlike the Rita book which are harder / more confusing). As a matter of fact, I swear that some questions were almost verbatim to what I was presented with today on the actual exam. This is important, as I don't need to fail lifting 1,000 lbs if the requirement is only to lift 100 lbs.

I'm not a huge fan of reading, however this book makes it much less painful. There is a lot of white space, pictures, diagrams and games which makes it much more interactive - unlike a text book.

As others have mentioned, there are some typos / mistakes (references to answer pages are incorrect for example) which is why it gets the 4 star rating. I'm no scholar so if I can find typos the editors should have found them first.

Even with that, I found this book invaluable and which I had only read it rather than wasting my time on the Rita book.

Today I passed the PMP exam with a "Proficient" rating in all the knowledge areas and I feel I owe most of that to this book.

As a bonus, it is 1/2 the price of the Rita book. Worth price paid.
20 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent Book! 31 janvier 2014
Par Joseph - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was originally supposed to take the PMP exam Jan 6th, which was too early to purchase the new edition of Head First PMP so I opted for Rita's PMP book instead. Unfortunately I was not impressed with Rita's style and found it difficult to stay focuses for long study periods. I really wanted the Head First book so I rescheduled my exam date to Mar 1 and waited for this book to release. Well, I was also taking a graduate course and therefore didn't have much time to study for the PMP, thus rescheduling made sense.

Now for my review of the Head First PMP book. I have not finished the book nor taken the PMP exam yet, so please understand this is only my impression of the book as a study guide prior to taking the test. I will update my review after the exam. Thus far the material is sticking in my brain just like the authors imply. Something about the method of teaching they use really does work. There are a lot of pictures with words inside or next to them and a lot of redundancy. I was not doing so well with Rita's on the end of chapter practice tests, whereas with Head First I am nearly acing the review questions and quizzes. It's not that the questions are easier in my opinion, the instruction is simply much better. Also, I find myself enjoying the content, which was not at all the case with Rita's. My study method from here out is to read a chapter in Head First and complete the study questions and quiz, then read the corresponding chapter in the PMBOK, followed by the corresponding chapter from PMI's Q&As for the PMBOK. The Q&As book came highly recommended from a coworker who passed the PMP last year. I think most people would find Head First to be a great study guid for the exam and therefore I highly recommend it. I will not be using Rita's from here on so as not to get confused from the different teaching styles. That does not mean Rita's is not a good book, just that I prefer HF.
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
If you want to pass the PMP, buy this book 21 octobre 2014
Par Ed Killingsworth - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It goes without saying that studying for the PMP is quite an endeavor. At a minimum you need to block off three months to study if you want to pass. While there are options such as boot camps, classes, online resources, study groups, etc., you have to put in the hours for personal study time.

The first step of self-study is you must purchase the Official PMBOK guide, put out by PMI (Project Management Institute). While the PMBOK guide is considered essential and contains a great deal of information, it is presented in a dry academic way. I literally fell asleep to the PMBOK numerous times in my studies over the last few months. Thus, you need another resource.
While I was looking for an additional guide, I came across recommendations for Head First. Using the PMBOK and Head First, I felt I had over 90% coverage for testing purposes. At $42 it is among the cheaper PMP books as well. (Rita Mulcahy book costs $83) (Andy Crowe $63)

As many folks have previously stated Head First approaches learning in a unique visual way. There is so much material to go over when studying for the PMP, it is nearly impossible to keep up with it all in your head (no pun intended). I may be dating myself here, but it has been almost 20 years since I last had to study for a comprehensive exam. As you age, you don’t memorize information as well as you did in your twenties. Head First enables you to learn the numerous concepts while retaining the maximum amount of information.

Head First markets itself as ‘learning book’, not as a reference book like the PMBOK. As you go through the various chapters, do not skip out on the exercises. While you may initially find the crossword puzzles and magnet activities as trivial, work through them. This is exactly how you can put all the processes together.

The Head First approach makes it easy to learn the dreaded ITTO processes. While there are numerous sources that state don’t worry about memorizing ITTO, most of the practice exams ask you ‘What do you do next?’ As I was taking the test, I literally would envision one of the Head First icons and correctly answer the question.

While Head First contains questions at the end of each chapter, there is also a 200 question cumulative test at the end. Sources have stated this test is easier than most online tests. While it is not as difficult as the Oliver Lehman questions, I found it to be both challenging and useful. Also Head First does a good job of explaining each of the answers.

Lastly, be sure to take advantage of spending an extra $5, which lets you obtain a .pdf version of the entire text. This will enable you to keep a second copy of the book at your office, and print off extra copies of the test questions in the back. Having the .pdf file was especially helpful when learning difficult concepts like EVM formulas and the Critical Path/Forward/Backward Pass calculations. I was able to print these sections off and commit them to memory.

In conclusion, I would fully endorse this book as a study guide for your PMP certification. Good luck on your exam!
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