I have been exposed to the concept of project management for some time. I remember that when I was at Siemens, I was a project engineer. And although I had been involved in projects and had done a lot of piecemeal project work, I did not learn project management knowledge systematically and did not understand what these things were for.

Now I have changed to a new company. Facing a new job, suddenly I found the similarity compared to the former job. I would like to make a big show. Suddenly, I found that because the previous project management knowledge reserve is too small, the work of the development has met the bottleneck. My work is at a loss. A friend recommended me the PMP certification[1] management course of SPOTO. Through a series of data comparisons, such as exam pass rates, positive feedback, instructor qualifications, etc., I was able to analyse and summarize the comprehensive capabilities of SPOTO. With the idea of improving my personal skills and adding to my future career, as well as taking stock of my previous work, I made up my mind and enrolled in the PMP Course.

I remember that after paying the registration fee, the SPOTO sent me the videos of the previous online lectures soon. And I generally watched a few of them. The teacher mentioned a very important concept that to do well in project management. Constant practice is important and he also said that to pass the PMP exam, you need to spend at least 100 hours. At that time, I was holding the thick PMBOK, with 13 chapters in total, and I was calculating how long it would take me to finish this red book.

Although I had already experienced the wonderful speech of SPOTO in the video, I did not expect to meet him in the face-to-face lecture. The teacher of SPOTO prepared the class very carefully and wrote the lecture notes very well. The course content is in-depth. The PMBOK is delivered horizontally, linking the knowledge before and after. To avoid the course being boring, the teacher of SPOTO has a lot of practical application examples to share and discuss with you. And they also can quickly catch your questions and ideas so that people have a comprehensive understanding of the project management practice.

The style of these teacher is to closely follow the examination outline, according to the past examination points and real examination questions to strengthen. While according to the PMBOK writing ideas, vertical organization of knowledge points are simple and clear. It has the effect of painting the dragon’s eye.

SPOTO is also very kind to arrange a real environment simulation for us to have a general understanding of the PMP exam[2].

Of course, to pass the exam, one’s own efforts are also important. In the last month of surprise training, I even took the revision exam as a project, deliberately made a plan chart with MS Project, and strictly followed the above contents.

PMP result: 3P2M

Personal experience
The choice of reference book is important. But remember, to be able to talk about all the knowledge points, a book is enough. More knowledge points are easy to confuse. Their own experience is not much to distinguish up but more time-consuming and laborious.
The advantage of the SPOTO is that the revision material is very complete. The list of input and output tools has a special summary. In free time. the effect is very good if you could read them. I want to express my thank to the teacher of SPOTO.
You must spend time every day reviewing and thinking for at least 2 hours.
You must take time to do the exercises and spend time to understand and summarize your mistakes after you have done them. To find out the rules of doing them. It is important for the exam.
It is important to communicate and interact with your classmates and teachers, so that you can improve your ideas.


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