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You should have already completed a programme of APM PMQ training. This course is not a replacement for the full APM PMQ course.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
1) Demonstrate how to used the command verbs to structure answers to APM PMQ exam questions.
2) Know how to structure an exam answer to maximise your chances of getting the necessary marks, including
3) Understand the new topics introduced as part of the update in the update of the between the APM Project Management qualification based on BoK6 and BoK7
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2. Payment via invoice. During checkout for your course, select 'Offline Payment'. You will then receive an invoice from which you can pay. If you wish to add a Purchase Order number to your order, please enter this when prompted at checkout
In order to structure your answer, you need to be able to interpret the keywords or command verbs used in the APM PMQ. In this section, we run through these key command words and how you might answer these types of questions.
What do the APM mean by:
And how to write answers for each command verb.
In this section we cover:
In this section, we cover the eight new concepts introduced with the BoK7 version of the exam including:
This is an overview of the changes in the BoK6 and BoK7 APM PMQ exams, The main changes are
Plus several other minor changes.
This section includes sample questions and answers to the sample exam published by the APM. These should give you a good idea how to structure and set out your answers.
A forum to discuss with other people doing this module the APM PMQ exam based on the 7th Editions of the Body of Knowlege.
This is a self-study course that you should be able to complete in several hours. It includes a downloadable note, detailed notes and videos. See the sample below.