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November 23rd, 2015
“2 years ago, I signed up for a PMP boot camp through a company called project management academy. It was a 4 day boot camp, instructor led. Before the boot camp, I did not prepare it all, did not look at any pmbok material. The class was about 30 people, the instructor gave us a binder and just read through the material every day. He gave us a few sheets and told us to memorize inputs, outputs, tools of every process. It was really difficult for me to retain anything in the class, I was so bored just listening to the instructor read his book out loud. The last day of the boot camp, I took the practice exam and failed. 2 weeks later I signed up for the exam, thinking I memorized most material and I ended up failing the exam. I found out the exam was going to change, so I scheduled to take it the second time a week later and I failed. They refunded my money and did not even attempt to mentor or coach me to pass. I took some time off thinking I'll try another boot camp and take the exam when I was ready.
I found PMTI boot camp by searching online and doing comparisons. PMTI was the only boot camp that showed that there were multiple practice exams and promised the high success rate. I am so glad I picked PMTI because I ended up passing the exam on 11/20/15.
Before I went into the class, I was surprised to see only about 4 people versus 30 people in my last class. I really liked how small the class was because I was able to pay attention to the instructor more, have more one on ones, and I retained so much information.
Doug made the boot camp really interesting, he had a certain charisma teaching style that just helped me learn so much. Instead of trying to memorize everything, I ended up knowing all of the material and really understanding all of the processes. All the examples Doug gave really stuck with me and helped me understand certain terms I did not know. I really appreciated how Doug took the time to stay after and helped me understand somethings that I was unclear about. I also thought the mid day, evening exams were extremely helpful to prepare us to take the exam. It helps show how much you have retained in class. The last boot camp I took did not have any practice exams. The pre diagnostic exam was a good way to see how much you know and what areas you needed to improve on. I highly recommend studying before the boot camp. It will help so much! I ended up reading the Rita and Andy Crowe book beforehand and it helped me understand so much more in the boot camp.
I ended up getting an average of 76 from the class and was pretty happy considering the last boot camp was not a good experience. After the PMTI boot camp, I reviewed the blue book almost every day, I took all the exams again. I did really well, scored 80-90. I attempted to take the second diagnostic test but was only managed to take half. I did not have trouble memorizing because I really understood all of the processes and terms. I think that is the main key, to not try to memorize but really understand everything. I was able to fill out the memorization sheets easily because I knew it in the back of my head.
Before my exam, I took the practice final exam and scored 84. I went over some of the material I still was unclear about. The night before the exam, I ate a good dinner with my family, tried to sleep but the nerves got the best of me and was unable to sleep. My exam was at 8am, I got to the test center an hour early, they were able to check me in about ten minutes earlier to take the exam. The first few questions were a little tough so I marked them and towards the middle of the exam, I was less anxious and thought some were pretty easy. The ones I had trouble with most were certain questions where two could be the right answers. There were a lot of questions on risk and situational type that got me thinking real life answers rather than pmi answers. I was surprised to see not a lot of questions of certain terms. I think my exam focused a lot on situational, inputs, outputs and tools. I received moderately proficient in all areas ever below proficient in planning which I thought I knew really well. The math questions weren't so hard. The critical path questions were not bad, I recommend drawing the diagram again, it really helped rather than looking at the screen. I only took a five minute break to use the restroom, I had about 30 minutes left to go back at my marked questions. So I probably only had a minute to spare. I closed my eyes after taking the survey and when I looked at the screen I saw congratulations you passed and was so happy. So thank you so much for helping me pass!
I also wanted to give some feedback of the hotel, food, etc. Everyone at the hotel was extremely nice, they really catered to us. The food was really good! I would definitely recommend PMTI boot camp to everyone trying to pass the PMP exam!"
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Tentative class location information:
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Atlanta Downtown
111 Cone Street
Atlanta, GA 30303
Hotel location may be subjeted to change without notice.
May 31st, 2016
“Excellent course content and relevant to the actual exam. Instructor was well prepared and made sure to keep the class going to cover all of the curriculum while still answering all questions and offering one-on-one assistance if needed. Passed the PMP Exam on the first try!”
November 23rd, 2016
“Excellent course with great materials provided.”
April 3rd, 2016
“I liked the pre-boot camp prep materials. It gave me a good overview of the material so that the details in the boot camp were not overwhelming. The practice test gave you confidence to take the test.”