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Paul Naybour Discussion started by Paul Naybour 6 years ago

1)Make sure you download the syllabus from the APM website


2)Get hold of a copy of the AMP Body of Knowledge. Members can download it free, so find a friend who is a member of the APM and borrow there copy.


3)Review the syllabus and check those areas that are new or you don’t understand. Then prepare a revision plan.


4)Make sure you could answer exam questions based on each of the learning objectives in the syllabus. 


5)Prepare some sample answers and post them on this forum and we will give you feedback.


6)Understand the format of the exam answers expected for the different types of exam question, list, state, describe and explain.


7)Make sure you answer the required ten questions, no more no less.


8)Try our free How to Pass the APMP e-learning module.


9)Listen to our free APM Project Management podcasts on iTunes or download them from the web. You can load these onto you MP3 player.


10)Get a copy of our APMP study guide

Paul Naybour
Paul Naybour Hi you can find the free e-learning on the right of our home page or from this link Exam/player.html 6 years ago
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