Hope all are aware of the changes in PMP Certification Test.
It is based on "PMBOK Guide Fourth Edition".
There are quite a few changes when compared to PMBOK Third Edition.
PM's who are aspiring to get certified need to prepare based on the 4th edition.
For those who have been preparing using 3rd edition materials, you can do the following:
Join the PMI and download the PMBOK 4th Edition. A list of changes in in the Appendix.
Do some PMBOK 4th Edition questions as part of your PMP prep.
Consider purchasing an online course, book, or podcast to bring you more up to speed on the 4th edition.
While there appear to be a lot of changes, the principles remain essentially the same. You simply need to get up on some of the details. The PMI has attempted, to a large degreee, to clarify the framework in the 4th edition vs the 3rd, so from that perspective you are actually better off. But you should not have to completely discard your 3rd edition training, but simply need to supplement it.
John Reiling, PMP Project Management Training Online From United States
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