How Tobi passed his PMP(r), in just 2 months

My journey with PMP(r).
Jan 2018, was the beginning of my journey to become a PMP(r). I assumed I could quickly read the materials I had accumulated, just as I did for my CAPM(r), many years ago. I also wanted the exam to be taken before the exam update.
I used a well-known study guide, completed my reading, and took the exam. I was devastated and scheduled a reseat for January 2019.
Between April and January, I had so many things on my plate. It took me a while to find the courage to read the PMBOK(r), and to search for other materials.
I was browsing Facebook when Helena’s Exam PM Guide came up. Although I initially thought it was a scam I clicked on it because I was curious and found it fascinating.
The materials were clear and easy to understand, unlike any other material I had read. I actually feel that I read the wrong material my first time around.
October 2018 was a good month to start reading again. I started reading seriously in December 2018. I read a lot after work and at night while babysitting. I also made the most of my weekends by taking classes to learn more about certain topics.
It was worth it, as I passed my exam the 11th of Jan 2019.
Tips for those who are interested in becoming certified
1) Stay consistent and stick to a goal or a plan
2) Don’t let the failure of the exam discourage you
3) Follow the Helen Exam PM guide. It is extremely useful. If necessary, you can also validate the information with other materials.
4) Don’t memorize the ITTOs. It is a waste of time. It is better to grasp the concept. Helen’s Exam PMP(r), made it easy.
5) Answer as many questions as you can. Helen’s Exam simulation has to be one of my favorite.
ExamPM helped me
It is one of the most useful materials you can find. It’s easy to use, has the right keywords, and is straight to the point. The simulation questions were very helpful.
Register for a free class today to learn how you can become PMP(r), certified in the next six weeks!