Richard Kraneis, PMP – Student Success Stories
Satisfied customers are best endorsements for what I can offer you. Please read the comments below. (If you have used my services already and passed your PMP test, please jump to Add Your Own PMP Success Story and say a few words. Thank you in advance for keeping me honest!)
Here are just a few of my successful PMP students, colleagues, and new friends.
Octavio “Dave” Lorenzo, PMP – United States, March 5, 2016
Octavio purchased my “47” spreadsheet in January 2016. He and I exchanged various emails talking about PMP study techniques in January.
Octavio used my Microsoft PMP Study Outline to document everything he was learning. He apparently liked my YouTube videos (thanks Octavio). And finally, he practiced his “47” brain dump every day.
But ultimately, Octavio decided he was going to pass the PMP test and did all the hard work needed to get the job done. I hope you enjoy his review (and kind words) shown below.
I passed my PMP Exam on my SECOND attempt, with the help of Richard Kraneis!
I took the PMP exam in January of 2016 (the first time) and truly thought I was prepared–yet I still lacked some fundamental knowledge in my test-taking skills and in the dreaded ITTO’s and 47 Processes.
So, I found Richard’s YouTube videos and watched too many to mention. I then purchased a couple of the forms/study guides, and used them as prescribed for note-taking as I created my very own study guide. (Don’t fight the advice, dear reader. If Richard says something–just do it.)
The Word document, with the Study Outline is deceivingly simple-but that’s where the magic happens. I took time to write out my notes in the outline–AND I STUDIED THEM. I also stepped up my writing of the 47 Processes for my pre-exam Brain Dump. I wrote the entire chart found on page 61 of PMBOK 5, Project Management Process Group and Knowledge Area Mapping. Chart 3.1. Ah, yes. I wrote the entire chart at a minimum, twice a day. Most days, I wrote it 4-5 times. I timed myself and knew that I could write the entire chart in 12 minutes. However, that left me no time for my brain dump. I could never get under 28 minutes for my brain dump and Chart 3.1. But, I kept hand-writing the chart repeatedly, over and over again, and I memorized the structure so well, that on test day I merely had to write some of the processes in the Planning Process Group.
On the day of my second exam, I wrote my entire brain dump and Chart 3.1 with about a minute to spare before the exam started. I didn’t write everything in the Chart–I just knew everything by heart. The Process Group and KA Mapping was critical to the study process for me, as it provided a skeletal framework to everything within PMBOK.
In following Richard’s advice, I also wrote the ITTO’s, and created note cards. I studied them to understand the flow; I rehearsed them in my mind; I repeated them aloud. I even went so far as to lay them out on the floor, just as Richard suggested, and assembled them. Sorted them. It seems a little obsessive as I write this now, but it made perfect sense at the time and it was exactly what I needed.
One trick that helped me, which Richard doesn’t necessarily recommend, is that I mimicked his YouTube videos from the privacy of my own home. I used a screen capture program, and created my very own training videos. I read PMBOK 5 to myself, on video, as if I were teaching a class. (My wife and step-sons must’ve thought I had gone mad, as I was reading PMBOK 5 aloud, as if my life depended on it.) I have always believed: If you learn something well enough to teach it, then you truly understand the material.
Richard’s generous sharing of his knowledge via the videos, and his brief email advice snippets as I purchased his products, were remarkably helpful and a great example of the sharing and mentoring that takes place which makes our profession great.
The results of my first exam? I failed. I achieved Moderate Proficiency in 3 areas, and Below Proficiency in 2.
After many, many hours of study, I took my PMP exam–for a second time–on March 5, 2016.
On my second time around, I passed the PMP exam, scoring Proficient, in all 5 areas! Richard Kraneis, and his ubiquitous videos, his straight-forward delivery of the material and honest recommendations to work hard, were truly the difference, the second time.
I know that Richard Kraneis helped me pass my PMP Exam and I believe that his system can help anyone achieve the results they’re seeking. I never expected to achieve a “Proficient” in all 5 areas of the exam, but I was extremely prepared and meticulously ready to digest the knowledge so that I could apply it to the exam, and to the everyday challenges I face as a Project Manager.
Good luck, Richard. I appreciate all the help and support you provided. Most of all, I appreciate that your calm and steady methodology meant success for me, on the PMP Exam.
Octavio “Dave” Lorenzo, PMP
Thanks a bunch Octavio. Your kind compliment arrived in my mailbox the day before my birthday. It was a pre-birthday gift for me. I look forward to collaborating with you this year on webinars and/or ways of helping you earn PDU’s. Best wishes, and thank you.
Shari Noland, PMP – United States, February 2016
Shari purchased my PMP process spreadsheet in January, 2016, and went on to pass her PMP test in February, one month later. It’s kind of Shari to mention my Mastering ITTO video. That video alone has helped many people understand ITTO better, to relax a bit, and to pass the PMP test.
I studied pretty hard for the PMP, but the ITTOs would still get me on the practice exams. What helped me was Richard’s YouTube video “Learning ITTO to Pass the PMP Test.” I found it to be very helpful with great advice. I passed the PMP on the first try.
Thanks for your kind words Shari.
Maurice, PMP – United States, January 11, 2016
Maurice left a comment with his phone number on my website and I was able to call him on the same day. Here is his story.
I was a month away from taking the PMP when I started to panic. In desperation I reached out to Richard, not certain if I waited too late for his help.
I sent him an email on Sunday morning almost begging for his assistance and got a return call in the evening. I was completely surprised by his act of kindness – taking time away from his schedule to call me back. I explained my situation and Richard was completely upfront with the challenges laid before me.
He was kind but stern in telling me the truth. His words were: “You can do it. You just need to put forward more effort” – commit to it!.
After spending an additional forty minutes on the phone with him, I felt like I could do it! Richard took time to help out a person he never met and treated me with directness of a good friend and mentor. After committing myself to the process as stated by Richard, I passed the exam on 1/11/16.
That’s right – on the last today before the test changed. Thanks Richard!!!! God Bless you and your family!!!
Maurice, thank you for your kind words. As we say in the U.S., “pay it forward” with kindness to others as they try to meet their educational goals.
Brad Bamberg, PMP – United States, January 2016
Brad is another customer (colleague) who passed the PMP on January 11, 2016. He passed it on the very last day before the 2016 RDS (Role Delineation Survey) update. Here’s his success story, with his permission. I am especially grateful for his kind words in his last paragraph 🙂
Hi Richard,I passed the PMP exam a week ago after having failed it shortly before Thanksgiving. I wanted to take it again before the new version rolled out on 1/12. I had purchased your Excel shortcut to the PMP process chart, but I must admit I did not use it. When I viewed your YouTube video of it, I thought it was genius. I simply ran out of time. I know you heavily advocate taking practice exams and we exchanged a few emails about where to do that. But, like the shortcut, I also ran out of time on that as well. If I was giving advice to someone, I would heavily advocate the practice exam approach as well.
So, I spent the majority of time1. Going back through Rita Mulcahy’s prep book as well as the PMBOK and took detailed notes. That took some time.2. Then did the practice questions for each chapter. and scored each.3. Once done with the book, I went through the notes again.4. I then started at the beginning of the book again and did each chapters practice questions, scored each chapter and kept a list of scores.5. I then memorized the formula’s and short note on application of each and practiced making a brain dump of them6. Based on the list of chapter scores, I went back and studied the chapters I had the lowest scores in and then redid those study questions.7. Lastly, I went through all of the notes again and then took the exam.I want to share with you that I watched a couple of your YouTube video’s and found them informative. However, the biggest value I derived was the inspiration you instilled in me to study and practice and achieve. I found your voice to be confident and calming and that I, too, could pass the exam. Thank you for sharing your insights about PMP and inspiring me.
Thanks Brad for your kind words on my voice. If my voice was “confident and calming” I’m glad. It’s just me talking to my computer, telling people how to pass the PMP. As of today (January 19, 2016), people have viewed my YouTube videos over 337,000 times.
Most importantly, both Kelly Bird (next success story) and you passed the PMP on January 11, 2016.
Perhaps we can do a webinar together in 2016. Best wishes on enjoying your PMP certification in 2016 and beyond.
Kelly Bird, PMP – United States, January 2016
Kelly passed the PMP on January 11, 2016.
Kelly’s another one of my “47” customers (PMP students who purchased my 47 processes in spreadsheet form). But apparently Kelly watched many of my YouTube videos in addition to visiting this site.
I am delighted and grateful that Kelly gave me some credit for helping him pass the PMP. Teachers like me can only guide a student. Ultimately, PMP students need to commit to a goal, make a project plan, and work very hard to accomplish their goals. And that’s exactly what Kelly did in passing the PMP.
Perhaps the kindest thing Kelly write’s in his success on passing the PMP test is this short quote:
I credit Richard with helping me develop a strategy.
Here is part of Kelly’s wonderful write-up on passing the PMP.
I passed the PMP on January 11th, 2016.
I started preparing in August of 2015 with the PMBOK 5 and a supplemental book and audio CD’s. My preparation was half hearted at best. Work and my natural inclination to procrastinate kept getting in the way. Started dawning on me that I needed a strategy.
In late November I went ahead and scheduled the exam thereby giving myself a self imposed deadline. Still procrastinated. It became pretty clear that I needed to develop some sort of strategy.
I found Richard on YouTube in mid-December. His ideas about developing a game plan struck a chord with me and meshed with ideas that I had been developing on my own.
I purchased his study guide outline and found it incredibly useful. His suggestions about practicing with full 200 question practice exams, using gap and trend analysis to identify weak areas, and last but not least his YouTube video concerning earned value management in conjunction with building pyramids in Egypt helped cement my game plan.
So this is what I did: I continued studying PMBOK and my supplemental book. Took dozens of practice quizzes, and at least 3 full 200 question practice exams every week (sometimes more…sometimes a lot more).
Every time I completed a quiz or exam, I would review the questions I missed and enter notes in the appropriate section of Richard’s study guide outline. Some of the concepts were kind of hard to get into my head, so several times I found myself trying to make notes in the study guide only to find that I had already done it. As a result, I resorted to highlighting particularly stubborn concepts in yellow or changing the font to bold, or italics (and some areas are highlighted yellow, with bold italic font!!). Looks a little sloppy but it worked for me. I also added a glossary for terms that wouldn’t stick in my head at the end of the study guide. I created a spreadsheet to track my progress on all practice tests and quizzes. I had a separate tab to track progress on just the full 200 question exams.
I tracked the scores for the 200 question practice tests by Process Groups and Knowledge Areas (most of the online practice exams will break these scores out) and applied conditional formatting to change the cell color based on the score entered. This enabled me to identify weak areas. For example, if I noticed a trend of low scores in the Monitoring & Controlling Domain AND the Risk Management Knowledge Area, I knew it would probably be a good idea to review ITTO’s for the Control Risks process.
My advice for passing the PMP: Develop a strategy, work hard, review, review, review. I credit Richard with helping me develop a strategy.
Thanks Kelly. If enough people read your write-up, and follow “our methods”, they will pass the PMP test.
Olga Z. Rivas, PMP – United States, January 2016
Olga began as a purchaser of my 47 processes spreadsheet and then became a private client for a 3 hour training session. I taught Olga my techniques for doing critical path calculations. Olga, I am so glad to hear that you passed the PMP this January. Hurray!
Hey Richard I just passed the PMP with much help from memorizing the 47 processes. I also used the critical path work we previously collaborated on. Thanks for all the support!
Ayan Roy, PMP – India, January 2016
Ayan is the first person to tell me he passed the PMP in 2016. Apparently he watched my YouTube videos and visited this website. Congratulations to Ayan on passing the PMP.
Really excited to share that I’ve cleared PMP on 7th Jan 2016. I got 2 Ps (Executing and Closing) and 3 MPs in the rest.
I would like to thanks Richard for the excellent tips shared in the Youtube channel and website. It really helped me a lot to prepare a study plan. Also the formulas were well explained in the video which was really helpful. Thanks a lot, Richard.
Mark Chroprufka, PMP – United States, December 31, 2015
This compliment on my blog was quite a wonderful surprise when I found it. On the last day of 2015, I received a long, wonderful comment from a new PMP who passed the test on the very last day of the year.
What made this even more special is that I don’t even know Mark, have never shaken his hand, have never even emailed with him. He just visited my YouTube videos and apparently visited my website.
Within an hour or two of Mark passing the PMP, he left this comment on my blog. I am honored and grateful to post it here. Thanks Mark.
Hi Richard, I passed my PMP today and wanted to thank you for the YouTube videos you posted.
First I watched your videos on “I Knew I would Pass the PMP Test – Here’s My Method”, “47 Processes…” and EVM formulas.
Take away from the videos that helped me: 1) Definitely recommend taking and subsequently reviewing full length practice PMP exams under actual test conditions; i.e. no checking answers or pausing during the test. Once I finished the exam, I would review questions that we incorrect or marked and take a screen shot (Alt+Print-Screen in Windows) and paste into a Word document with some notes to myself on what to review. 2) With respect to the formulas, drawing a graph of the BAC, EV, PV and AC definitely helps visualize and remember the formulas. 3) Memorize the 47 processes first and I used the numbering of each from the PMBOK to help me, for example 4.1 – 4.6 were Integration, 13.1 to 13.4 were Stakeholder related. 4) Create your own notes and don’t underestimate the PMP, but know that with practice and preparation it is not an impossible exam.
I was very relaxed throughout the entire exam and felt confident the entire way; though I did have to take bathroom break at the final half hour: I had 20 minutes to review my answers. I paced myself and didn’t feel rushed at all, though I credit this with taking a dozen practice exams over the past three months. Hopefully this will be helpful to other PMP aspirants and thank you again! Best, Mark.
Thanks Mark. I look forward to linking with you on LinkedIn and learning what wonderful things you will do with your PMP certification in 2016.
And, on this day, the last day of 2015, my most important 2016 New Year’s Resolution is to teach the PMP in the classroom wherever my students want me to teach. In Chicago, in Illinois, and beyond Illinois wherever people want my training.
Mark, super congratulations on passing the PMP on December 31, 2015, and thanks for helping me make up my mind to teach the PMP professionally.
Cornelius Bonds, PMP – United States, December 2015
I watched Richard’s videos on ITTO’s, learning the 47 processes and took his advice on utilizing Kaplan mock exams which was vital in me passing my PMP exam the 2nd time around on 14 Dec 15!!!
Michael Weitzman, PMP – United States, December 2015
Richard’s process map spreadsheet and overall PMP exam tips helped me tremendously to pass the PMP on my 1st try.
Thank you Richard.
Dara Watson, PMP – United States, December 2015
(Dara was another YouTube friend. I asked her to leave her comment on this website. Thanks Dara.)
I am so happy to say that I passed my PMP exam on the 1st try this past Saturday, Dec 19th, 2015. I found your videos and guidance and very helpful richard… thank you very much!!!
Ayo Osenyi, PMP – United States, November 2015
I believe Ayo purchased my 47 PMP processes spreadsheet in 2015. And he passed the PMP in November, 2015. Hopefully PMP’s like Ayo will help me teach webinars and earn PDU’s in the process.
Thank you for all your help! I passed my PMP back in Nov after failing twice. There are no shortcuts, just hard work. I would be interested in helping out on a webinar to earn PDUs.
Tom Miller, PMP – United States, November, 2015
Tom was the first person to ever add his success story to this blog post. Apparently he used my PMP YouTube videos in passing the PMP.
I passed the PMP exam in late October with many thanks to your videos. Today, a colleague said they were prepping for exam and asked about ITTO and 47 processes. I said you need to watch these videos and fortunately I still had everything bookmarked. For anyone taking the exam, nail down the brain dump. You would not believe how much less stress you may have when you get a question and the formula or next process is on your brain dump sheet. Thanks again.
Ajoy Saha, PMP – India, November, 2015
I’ve never met Ajoy, I’ve never received an email from him, but apparently I helped him pass the PMP in April, 2014. Ajoy found the Richard Kraneis You Tube Channel and studied my free PMP YouTube videos.
He also purchased my ebook TWSEB (The World’s Shortest Excel Book on the Internet). Thanks for the kind words from Ajoy Saha of India.
Richard, I am a fan of your techniques you discussed through your PMP videos. I love them All, as they helped me pass my PMP exam in my first attempt, last 2nd April 2014. Gone through all of the videos on You Tube posted by you.
I think the best video is the one where he shows you how to remember your 47 processes by a quick abbreviated chart. It really helped me to remember the processes and I could put that chart on the exam ‘Braindump sheet’ in just 6 mins.
I know I am writing this note after a long time as I was quite busy doing other stuff. But thank you for posting such great ideas and videos helping us gain confidence on the concept of PMBOK. I am currently involved as a Project Manager and trying to put my knowledge to practice and also brought your Excel E-book online and will try my hands on using those concepts in my reporting dashboard areas.
Thanks again for helping people like us clear PMP in first attempt. Keep it up.
Lisa Goldsworthy, PMP – United States, October, 2015
Lisa was a PMP Test Prep client of mine. And now, I think of her as a friend 🙂 Here is her kind review of my work.
Hello fellow students!
I took a 3-day course last fall to help pass the PMP. I was encouraged to take the test “ASAP” and was told that reading the PMBOK was not necessary – just to read Rita’s book. I studied diligently for 3 months, started a local study group and scheduled the test December 22, 2014. Even though I thought I “aced it”, I did not pass. While I was crying on the way home from the test, my husband found Richard Kraneis online: Pass the PMP on Your 2nd Try.
I watched the video and never forgot about Richard. I contacted him a few months later in March and I hired him to help me pass the test. His tools and techniques were truly invaluable! I changed my study techniques, read the PMBOK, and was not in a race to take the test. His techniques also enabled me to memorize the 47 process groups which was a huge benefit to passing the test. I passed the PMP test October 19th!
Richard has a passion for teaching and to see other serious students succeed. His webinars were also a huge benefit because I learned so much and I was surrounded by other students going through the same thing. We supported and encouraged one another through the process. I believe it’s a huge benefit to surround yourself with other students who are going through this with you and to be in a study group lead by a PMP professional – one who is a great teacher. If you are serious about dedicating yourself to passing the PMP test, I highly recommend contacting Richard Kraneis to help you through your journey.
Abdul Aldail, PMP – Saudi Arabia, October, 2015
Apparently Abdul enjoyed my YouTube videos. I use simple English in my YouTube videos to explain complex topics. I am humbled that people enjoy and learn from my YouTube videos from around the world.
I do hope that I can travel to Saudi Arabia one day, teach the PMP, and shake hands with Abdul. Abdul, thank you for your kind words on my website.
I passed the PMP exam in October 2015. as much of you knows that if you need to get over any thing you have to prepare yourself very well, and this fully apply for PMP.
when I prepared for the exam i used several sources and books, and in my opinion you don’t need to get yourself lost with a lot of repetitive content. just use one great book together with several exam simulation, in addition, great videos tips on how to study and learn new technique…Etc).
talking about myself I find YouTube channel of Mr. Richard very helpful and I learned several things from it that help me pass the exam. With great thanks to every person who shared what he have learned, and my thanks goes to Mr. Richard Kraneis in this context.
Keith Motz, PMP – United States, August 2015
Keith purchased my 47 processes spreadsheet and apparently watched many of my YouTube videos. I’m grateful he left these kind words on my website.
I passed the PMP exam on the first try in August 2015. Thanks to Richard for his many useful tools and youtube videos.
I reviewed a lot of internet available content to find help studying for the exam. Like internet content on other subjects, much of the PMP exam internet content is of very poor quality.
My suggestion, save time and work with Richard’s material. It is valuable content and will help you prepare without wasting time.
Keith, thanks again.
Mayur Naidu, PMP – India, August 2015
Mayur left a thank you for me on my YouTube page. I asked him to leave a comment on my website. Thanks Mayur.
Sir..I cleared my PMP recently this September, But here’s the story ..I failed the first time in March and then wrote again in September.
But I am pretty happy that i have read everything twice. Just wanted to share that PMP is of 3 things : Temperment(to select the best answer of all), Knowledge(obviously) and Time(coz there are 200 questions).
One has to read one book(Rita/Joseph philips etc)+Pmbok and loads of questions….
When I failed , I must say I visited your page again and again ..it really helped me…Many thanks Sir..my regards!!
Akhilesh Nair, PMP – India, March 2015
I first “met” Akhilesh when he left the comment shown below on this website. Apparently, my YouTube videos and especially my video Mastering ITTO – My Favorite Technique were very helpful to Akhilesh.
Here’s the first comment Akhilesh ever sent me, shown below.
I took the PMP exam on March 9th, 2015 and passed. But I must say, if I have to explain my position one week before the exam, it is word by word similar to what you have described in this video. I didn’t have much trouble memorizing the 47 processes as I tackled them very early on in my preparation. But the ITTO, were very difficult to remember. My problem areas were Risk, Quality and Procurement management ITTOs.
I was lucky to have come across two of your videos, the introductory one and this one on this post and then my preparation became much more relaxed and I felt in control. I took practice tests, downloaded an app which gave around 553 prep questions and it did not cost much. I made my own notes to remember the ITTOs which I was getting wrong on the practice tests.
Must say I found these videos just in the nick of time and they helped a great deal in structuring the last leg of my preparation and eventually passing the examination.
John – United States, February 2015
On January 28, 2015, John purchased my 47 processes spreadsheet product. On February 14, 2015, I received an email from John saying he passed the PMP on his 2nd try. Hurray. Apparently, John enjoyed my YouTube videos (thanks John).
Richard Kraneis’ youtube videos were the glue that bound all of my other material together.
I’m a visual learner and turn to video instruction for anything and everything. Need a new crockpot recipe? Youtube. Need to replace my car’s air filter? Youtube.
I had read PMBOK v5, read the study guides, but needed a video tutorial to drive home the main ideas. I found a few knowledge gaps throughout the process and was better prepared having watched the videos.
My suggestion is to read and know the material, then conduct your exam prep with Richard Kraneis’ as he presents it in a clear and concise method.
Robert McTavish, PMP – United States, September 2014
One day on LinkedIn I found these kind words from Robert McTavish on my help with passing the PMP.
I found Richard when browsing YouTube. His 47 processes summary was one of the key pieces that helped it sink in and get me across the finish line (pass the PMP).
Lori Ann Sheehan, PMP – United States, June 2014
Lori Ann passed her PMP test on her 2nd try. She did all the hard work, but she kindly called me her “ally” in passing the PMP test. (Thanks Lori Ann.) With her permission, here’s the kind email Lori Ann sent me describing her journey in passing the PMP test on her second try.
I passed my PMP June 7, 2014!!
I began studying for the PMP in January 2014 with my test scheduled for late March. After taking a prep class and studying, I thought I was ready. I walked into the test feeling very confident, only to find out that I was not as prepared as I thought I was.
I came home and decided that I needed a new approach to studying. I began searching the web and found Richard Kraneis on YouTube. I found his videos very informative. He showed me a whole new way of thinking and a new approach to studying.
I purchased his … study sessions and quickly discovered that I made the right decision. He quickly became an ally. After a few minutes of our first session, he totally hit the nail on the head with where I struggled and helped me to overcome.
He was a huge motivator.
We had our 2nd session just days before my test. He helped calm my nerves (as much as possible) and talked me through how taking the test the 2nd time was going to be different than my first. I walked into my test on that rainy June day, determined to prove not only to Richard, but to myself, that I could do it.
There was no greater professional feeling than when I hit the button that I was done and a huge CONGRATULATIONS, came across the screen. I had passed the PMP and I know that having Richard Kraneis in my corner, helped me achieve this goal.
Lori Ann Sheehan, PMP
Since I am really a teacher in my heart, Lori Ann’s testimonial was a special treat. Thanks Lori Ann.
Terry Parker, PMP – United States, June 2014
Terry was the 2nd person ever to purchase one of my PMP learning products. It was so great to hear of his success in passing the PMP in June 2014.
Here’s a blurb about my journey, and how your “47” sheet was one of the vital tools.
Our company paid for a PMP Exam Prep course for 4 of the PMs in our department. We met for 4 hours each Friday to go through all of the PMBOK with a consultant. The advantage of the class was the ability to ask questions and get the PMBOK principles framed into real world applications. As good as that was, I knew I needed to study hard to learn the 47 processes and were they fit in order to pass the exam.
I purchased Richard’s “47” learning technique and used it to learn all of the processes in a little over a week….and then wrote the processed out 5 times a day (once in the morning, once at the beginning of lunch, once after lunch, once at the end of work, and once before bed)
It may sound like a lot…but it’s what it took for me. Using Richard’s method is what helped the processes click. When I did the brain dump for the test, it was easy and gave me a boost of confidence at the beginning of the test. For the price of a pastry and coffee, you’ll unlock a tool that will help learn how 47 processes lock together and give you confidence to pass the exam.
I hope things are going well for you, Richard.
Thanks for your kind words Terry.
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