I passed my PMP test in June of 2013 and then created a YouTube video discussing my method for passing the PMP test. I think my advice on passing the PMP is timeless so it should apply to PMBOK 5 and PMBOK 6 going forward.
How to Memorize the 47 Processes for the PMP Test
Many people were interested in purchasing my 47 processes spreadsheet and my study guide template for building their own PMP Study Guide. You can visit learn PMP’s 47 Processes to make a simple purchase for less than $5 U.S. It’s worth the money.
My “How to Pass the PMP Test” YouTube Video
Here’s my YouTube video. In it you will find references to PMBOK 4 and the 42 processes at that time. Obviously, we are now using PMBOK 5 and we have 47 processes. But the advice given in the video remains timeless whether you are studying to pass the PMP for PMBOK 5 or PMBOK 6, whenever it becomes the standard.
My Method and Study Techniques for Passing the PMP Test
Here’s a snapshot taken from my YouTube video. Over time, on this blog, I’ll describe many of those techniques. For now, here are my tools and techniques for passing the PMP test.
More YouTube Videos to Come
I have created over a dozen YouTube videos on passing the PMP. Over time you’ll see all of them on this blog site: Richard Kraneis.
Perhaps you’d like to visit Richard Kraneis on YouTube, see all of my videos, and subscribe to my channel. That would be nice.