PMP® Exam Prep 2017 : 2 Full Real Exams &Detailed PMP Math
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Project Management Professional (PMP® Exam Prep) :2 full high real PMP® Exams &How get every math question Correctly.
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Created by Adel Mansour
Last updated 9/2017
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Includes:
  • 6 hours on-demand video
  • 4 Articles
  • 16 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • • Pass the PMP Exam ( Project Management Professional Exam ) Easily on your first try.
  • • Solving Over 500 highly realistic PMP® Exam sample questions that will help you to pass the PMP Exam Easily. 2 full exams (400 High Quality Exam Questions) are available in three formats: 1. Video format. 2. PDF Format. 3. Simulator format (As you'll see on the actual test).
  • • get every math questions in PMP® exam easily
  • • Solve All Contract Types related PMP Exam questions
  • • Easily learn difficult concepts and formulas of Cost Management ( e.g EVM ) and Time Management, Critical Path, Float, through detailed videos that explain everything step by step
  • • The critical chain method for the exam.
  • • Solve all risk analysis (Qualitatively & Quantitatively ) questions easily in the real PMP Exam
  • • Tricks of the critical path and how to solve the critical path easily.
  • • The importance of Cost of quality in the current PMP Exam
  • • Communication channels calculation
  • PMP, PMBOK Guide, and PMI are registered trademarks of Project Management Institute (PMI), USA.
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Requirements
  • Who are needed to take the PMP Exam
  • A stable internet and computer or android
  • There are no-pre-requisites to enroll and complete this course
Description

the content of this course includes but not limited to:

  1. Practice on 500 highly realistic PMP® Exam sample questions that were developed based on the current PMP exam specifications and cover all Knowledge areas of PMBOK 5 th Edition .
  • 2 full high-quality real PMP Exams, questions has designed as you will see in the real PMP exam.
  • Each Exam consists of 200 questions to be answered within 4 hours.
  • If you score more than 70% in the Practice Tests, then you have a very good chance to Pass easily the Real PMP® Exam.

2.How to get every math questions in the real  PMP®Exam correctly.

  •   Estimates activity duration and estimate costs and solved examples.
  •   Earned value management (Special focuses in EVM For the pmp Exam )
  •  Critical path and how to solve the question related (CPM) correctly in the real PMP Exam.
  • All Contracts types and special focuses in the contracts types for the PMP Exam .
  •  Special focuses in cost of quality for the pmp exam.
  • Communication channels and solved questions.
  •  Risk analysis.
  •  Make or buy analysis and how to solve the question correctly in the real pmp exam.
  •  Tricks for estimate costs and how to solve them correctly.

-So if you are serious about earning your PMP® Certificate this course for you.

-Take this course and keep touch with me till you pass your PMP® Exam review book (based on PMBOK 5th Edition) Exam.

Who is the target audience?
  • Project managers who are preparing to PASS their PMI PMP examination
  • Project managers who want to pass their PMP exam on the first try
  • All engineers
  • Business Development Managers
Compare to Other PMP Courses
Curriculum For This Course
67 Lectures
08:27:30
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Course Structure
1 Lecture 03:13

Course Structure

Preview 03:13
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Estimate activity duration
10 Lectures 21:00

The estimate activity durations process has several tools and techniques:

  • Expert judgment
  •  analogous estimate
  •  parametric estimate
  •  three point estimate
  •  group decision –making techniques
  •  reserve analysis
Preview 01:34

  • For the pmp exam you must know  that the project manger can use  Expert Judgment include, but are not limited to : SME, consultants, PMO. To estimate  activity duration. 
Preview 01:06

Analogous estimate it relies on historical information. This technique is used when there is limited amount of detailed information like during early phases of the project, it is less costly and less time consuming.

Preview 01:35

  • Parametric estimating: a quantitatively based estimating method that

    multiplies the quantity of work by the rate of work /hr.

Preview 01:15

  • For the exam, it’s important to know the formula for both triangular distribution and beta distribution.
  • and you must know that for the pmp exam:
  • triangular distribution are not considering the risk on its estimate
  • triangular distribution also called linear method
  • Beta distribution are considering the risk on the estimate, since we multiply the most likely estimate by 4. so it is  increase certainty of the estimate. Instead, triangular distribution are not considering the risk on its estimate because it assume M,O,P have the same level of estimate.
Preview 02:48

reserve analysis :there are two types of resrve analysis:

  1. Contingency reserves:
  • portion of time (or money when you're estimating budgets) that is added   to the schedule to account for risk or uncertainty.
  • Contingency reserves are calculated for (known risks) .
  • Contingency reserves are included in the schedule baseline for time or cost baseline (cost).
  • Contingency reserve are under control of the P.M.

2. Contingency reserves:

  • Management reserves are a type of reserve used for unknown events
  • management reserves are not in the schedule baseline or cost baseline.
  • Need approved from top management.


reserves analysis
01:37

Quizze in video format
01:04

In this lecture we will discus some concepts of the critical path, include but are not limited to :

 how to find the critical path through the network diagram :

the shortest way to find the critical path is to identify all paths through the network and the activity duration along each path . The path with longest duration is the critical path .

The path (paths) their all tasks with zero float . 

 

Critical path Concepts
01:46

Float (Slack) :

                          please note the terms (float) and (slack) mean the

                                    the same thing for the PMP exam .

Types of float :

  1. Total float (slack): is the amount of time an activity can be delayed without

Delaying the project end date .2.free float (slack):        is the amount of time an activity can be delayed without delay in the early start date of its successor(s).

Float (Slack)
01:05

in this lecture i will learn you how to draw a critical path.and also including  

How?

  • to Identify all paths in the network diagram.
  • to Find the duration of each path.
  • The path with the largest duration is the critical path.

  • How to draw a critical path analysis diagram (CPM)
    07:10

    Sample Questions with full explanations
    5 questions
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    Section 2 :
    5 Lectures 07:18
    • For the PMP Exam :the Bottom-up estimate is the most accurate method . and need more time for estimating ,and the project manager or project team are useing the(WBS) in estimating.
    Estimate Costs Introduction
    01:20

    • The cost estimated to the greatest level of specified detail and at this point of estimate (WBS) should be created.
    Bottom-Up-Estimating
    01:15

    Cost of Quality (COQ): cost of quality is very important topic for the current PMP Exam you expect to see at least 3 to 4 questions related directly to cost of Quality such as: cost of rework are considered as .....?

    Cost of Quality(COQ)
    02:15

    Estimate Costs

    1. Vendor bid analysis
    2. Project management software
    Vendor bid analysis and project management software
    01:09

    3 Quizzes for estimate costs in video format
    01:19

    Sample Questions with full explanations
    5 questions
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    Earned Value Management (EVM)
    4 Lectures 08:16

    Concept and terms

    •planned value (PV or BCWS  )

    •Actual cost(AC or ACWP)

    •Earned Value (EV or BCWSP )

    -formulas

    •Cost variance (CV)

    •Schedule variance (SV)

    •Performance indexes formulas

    • Sample Questions



    introduction- EVM
    00:54


    • in these screen we will discuss (EVM) concepts.
    • Planned Value (PV OR BCWS) :The planned value (PV) is the cost of work that has been authorized and budgeted for a schedule activity or WBS component during a given time period or phase.
    • AC(ACWP): Actual cost is the actual amount of monies the project has spent to date. For example, if a project has a budget of $100,000 and $26,000 has been spent on the project after three months  .so the AC of the project would be $ 26,000
    • EV(BCWP): Earned value is the physical work completed to date and the authorized budget for that work. For example, if a project has a budget of $100,000 and the work completed todate represents 25 percent of the entire project work, its EV(BCWP) is $25,000. what is (EV) if the work completed to date 60%?


    (EVM) Basic concepts :planned value (PV or BCWS ) &Actual cost(AC or ACWP)& EV
    02:38

    1. this lecuture is very important for the exam and you expect to see at least 10 questions directely and easy to CV,SV,SPI,CPI , 
    2. A project manager wants to present a project reports such as Schedule Performance Index (SPI) and Cost Performance Index (CPI) to management .SPI and CPI are consider as:performance reports
    Cost variance (CV),Schedule variance (SV),Performance indexes formulas
    03:16

    Questions in Video Format
    01:28

    5 Questions with full explanations
    5 questions
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    Communication channels
    3 Lectures 04:58

    Communication channels

    • What it is
    • Why it is important
    • When it is performed
    • The formula
    • Sample questions
    Intro to Communication channels
    00:22

    in these lecture we will discuss some important topics such as

    • What it is
    • When it is performed
    • Why it is important 
    L2-Communication channels
    01:19

    in this lecture we will discuss topics such as:

    oThe formula

    oSample questions

     

    Communication channels formula and sample questions
    03:17
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    Risk analysis
    7 Lectures 10:16

    in this section we will discuss:

    1. Qualitative risk analysis:
    •  Risk probability and impact assessment
    • Probability impact matrix

    2. Quantitative risk analysis

    • Quantitative risk analysis and modeling techniques:

                     -Sensitivity Analysis

                    -Tornado Diagrams

    • Expected monetary value analysis
    • Decision tree analysis
    • Expert judgment
    Introduction to risk analysis
    00:42

    Qualitative risk analysis(tools&tech.)

    1. Risk probability and impact Assessment
    2. Probability impact matrix
    Qualitative Risk Analysis
    02:13


    Quantitative risk analysis(Tools&tech.)

    1. What is quantitative risk analysis
    2.   sensitivity Analysis

    Tornado Diagram:

    determining which risk event (or events) has the greatest potential impact in the project. This concept is very important for PMP Exam!

    Quantitative risk analysis-sensitivity analysis
    01:51

    Expected monetary value analysis(EMV):

    • EMV Is calculated by multiplying the probability of the risk by its impact (a good outcome and poor outcome).
    • Useful in group decision making (Go/No GO).
    Expected monetary value (EMV)
    00:38

    Sample Question
    01:57

    Expert Judgment
    00:58

    4 Questions with full explanations
    4 questions
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    Contracts types
    8 Lectures 15:58

    •A Fixed-Price Contract is also known as a lump-sum contract.

    •This type of contract is used when there is no uncertainty in the scope of work. 

    •For the exam Fixed-price contracts transfer the highest  risk (risks) to the seller   


    Fixed price contract
    03:16

    o This is the most common type of contract and the most often used.

    o the seller bears the majority of the risk, as he must provide for the completion of the work

    Firm fixed price contract
    01:54

    Example: A multi-year software development project outsourced to a different country: interest rates & currency exchange rates fluctuate with time.

     For The Exam:

    • If the contract is multi-year long, a Fixed-Price with Economic Price Adjustment Contract is used.
    • allowing for pre defined final adjustments to the contract price due to changed conditions
    Fixed Price with Economic price adjustment contract (FP-EPA)
    01:38

    Costs plus award fee (CPAF) is similar to the CPFF contract, except that instead of paying a fee on top of the costs, buyer agrees to pay a fee based on the buyer’s evaluation of the seller’s performance.

    Cost plus fixed fee contract
    01:59

     Costs plus incentive fee (CPIF) means buyer will reimburse the costs of the project and pay a pre determined fee (e.g. bonus) if seller meets certain performance goals or any other specific performance target as decided in the contract. In CPIF if the final costs are less or more than the original estimated costs, then both the buyer and seller will share the costs based on pre negotiated sharing formula.

    Cost Plus Incentive fee Contract
    01:22

    • This lecture is very important for the exam, since, in the current PMP Exam there aren’t any calculations related to contrast types, so, in this video, i will clear the tricks related to Contracts types.
    Special focus on contracts types for the exam
    02:47

      Make-or-Buy Analysis:  Purchase vs. Lease

    If a company decides to buy a product rather than make it in-house, then another level of decision must be made, whether to purchase the product, result, or service outright or whether to lease it from the seller.

    Make-Or-Buy analysis
    01:06

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    2 full high realistic PMP® Exams (PDF documents)
    4 Lectures 02:42:43
    • This simulated PMP Exam may be used in several ways. If you take it as a final, you will get a very good idea how you would do if you walked right in to take the PMP Exam. In that way, it can be a very good readiness indicator.
    • The best way to use this exam is to take it again and again, reviewing the answers that go with each question. The answers and explanations will give you insight into the formation of each question and the thought process you should follow to answer it.
    •  I highly recommended prior to taking the PMP, the best strategy is to take this exam repeatedly, reviewing the answers, until you can make a score of 90% or better. If you are taking this as a final exam, you have 4 hours (240 minutes) to complete the following 200 questions, including any breaks you may take.
    Exam #1(200 high realistic PMP exam questions,Based on BMBOK 5th. Editon)
    37:55

    Exam #1(200 questions ) full explanations and answers for all questions.
    36:31

    • This simulated PMP Exam may be used in several ways. If you take it as a final, you will get a very good idea how you would do if you walked right in to take the PMP Exam. In that way, it can be a very good readiness indicator.
    • The best way to use this exam is to take it again and again, reviewing the answers that go with each question. The answers and explanations will give you insight into the formation of each question and the thought process you should follow to answer it.
    •  I highly recommended prior to taking the PMP, the best strategy is to take this exam repeatedly, reviewing the answers, until you can make a score of 90% or better. If you are taking this as a final exam, you have 4 hours (240 minutes) to complete the following 200 questions, including any breaks you may take.
    Exam #2 (200 high realistic PMP exam questions,Based on BMBOK 5th. Editon
    40:31

    Exam #2 (full explanations and answers for all 200 questions)
    47:45
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    Exam # 1 (Video format)
    20 Lectures 03:37:08

    Q10 to Q 20
    12:02

    Q 21 to Q 30
    09:50

    Q31 to Q40
    09:50

    Q41 to Q50
    10:00

    Q51 to Q60
    09:54

    Q61 to Q 70
    08:57

    Q 71 to Q 80
    10:03

    Q 81 to Q 90
    10:45

    Q 91 to Q 100
    10:49

    Q 101 to Q 110
    09:22

    Q 111 to 120
    11:38

    Q 121 to Q 130
    10:43

    Q 131 to Q 140
    12:25

    Q 141 to Q 150
    10:48

    Q 151 to Q 160
    10:19

    Q161 to Q 170
    10:20

    Q 171 to Q 180
    12:23

    Q 181 to Q 190
    10:07

    Exam Simulator # 1 (Adobe Flash Player file works on any windows only )

    Q 191 to Q 200
    10:13
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    Exam # 2 (Video Format)
    5 Lectures 58:29
    Q 1 to Q 10
    11:52

    Q 11 to Q 20
    12:26

    Q 21 to Q 30
    11:00

    Q 31 to Q 40
    11:26

    Q 41 to Q 50
    11:45
    About the Instructor
    Adel Mansour
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    PMP ,Six Sigma(6 Sigma ™) ,Scrum ™(SFC ™) professional

    Adel has more than 14 years, experience as a project management executive. He has experienced as Sr. Project Management Executive in construction projects including but are not limited to: Hotels, Malls, Metro projects, villages.

    Adel is passionate about helping students pass the PMP Certification Exam.

    Certifications:

    Project Management Professional (PMP ®)

    Scrum ™ (SFC ™)

    Six Sigma (6 Sigma ™)

    Cost management 

    Contract management

    Quality management