CAPM® Certification: Detailed CAPM Math for the CAPM Exam
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- Solve all of the math related questions in the CAPM® exam easily
- Solve all of the math questions in the CAPM® exam easily
- Learn Earned Value Management Concepts in Detail
- Solve "Contract Type" related math questions
- Learn how to do risk analysis
- Learn critical path method for CAPM® exam.
- Solve schedule network aLearn Activity Duration and Cost Estimating Techniquesnalysis questions easily.
- Learn "Project Selection Methods" in detail for CAPM® Exam
- Get a strong background for CAPM® exam
- Get incredible discounts for my other courses
- Interest in Project Management
- A computer with internet
- No other requirements
CAPM® (Certified Associate in Project Management) Exam Detailed Math Prep _ According to PMBOK® v6
You will learn:
EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT,
CRITICAL PATH METHOD,
CONTRACT TYPE CALCULATIONS,
PRESENT VALUE CALCULATIONS,
THREE-POINT COST & DURATION ESTIMATING TECHNIQUES,
PROJECT SELECTION METHODS,
MAKE OR BUY ANALYSIS
Do you know that there will be more than 40 questions in the CAPM® Exam related to Math Concepts?
Take this course, if you want to solve all of these questions very easily!
As a reminder, this is not an introductory course! This is not a “How to apply to the exam” course too! This is a 4.5 hours length real course explaining all the math concepts you should know before taking the CAPM® exam.
The course presentation structure is constructed in a step-by-step manner to make you understand everything very easily.
In each section, there are lots of examples so that you can understand all of the concepts very easily.
At the end of each section, there are sample questions. Sample questions are designed for you to solidify your knowledge.
If you want to solve all of the math and math-related questions in CAPM® Exam;
If you want to get a strong background for the CAPM® Exam;
If you are looking for a great reference for the CAPM® Exam;
Better than all, If you want to pass the PMP® Exam;
You are WELCOME to this course.
Disclaimer: PMI, PMBOK, PMP, and CAPM are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute
- Project Management Professionals wishing to get CAPM® certified
- Project Management Professionals who want to improve himself/herself
- PMP® certified Project Managers or Project Management Professionals who want to earn PDU's
In this section, I will explain this concept as simple as possible so that you understand it easily. So, if you are ready, let’s start the lectures.
In the previous lectures, we have talked about the basic principles for the Earned Value Analysis. By only knowing the subjects we have seen up to here, you will be able to solve 2 third of the questions regarding Earn Value Analysis. But since you want to solve all of the questions, you need to follow the rest of the EVM lectures.
In this lecture we will simulate the 60th and the 80th days of the same example we have discussed in the previous lectures.
In this lecture, we continue the EVM calculations of the 60th day of our example.
Hi there. In this section, we will discuss the Critical Path Method, Schedule Compression, Simulation Techniques, and Resource Optimization which are the commonly used techniques in the Schedule Management knowledge area. First of all, we need to learn how to sequence the activities and here in this first lecture, we will talk about that.
In the previous lectures, we have learned, how to make schedule calculations; so, we know how to find the critical path and how to calculate the total duration of the project. OK, what about this? Let’s say you calculated the project duration and when you present it to your sponsor, he said: “We need to complete the project in a shorter time”. What would you do?
There may be hundreds of activities in a network diagram. Each activity has its own source. For example, resources are different for each activity. Differences in these sources may result in different results on the Project. We use simulation techniques to investigate the different results of different scenarios.