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Product Details

  • Perfect Paperback: 544 pages
  • Publisher: RMC Publications, Inc.; Sixth edition (April 10, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1932735186
  • ISBN-13: 978-1932735185
  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 1.4 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,826 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Rita's book is boon to men and women preparing to take PMI's certification examination. --J. Davidson Frame, Ph.D., PMP and Past PMI Director of Certification

About the Author

Rita Mulcahy, PMP World Renowned PM Author, Trainer, and Speaker

Rita Mulcahy has helped tens of thousands of project managers pass the PMP exam. She is an internationally recognized expert on project management techniques, advanced project management theory, risk management, and the PMP exam. Rita has over 14 years and US $2.5 billion worth of hands-on project experience, as well as over 30 best-selling project management resources to her credit.

Rita speaks to thousands of executives and project managers each year, and has a reputation for helping people to learn and to have fun while doing it.

More About the Author

Rita Mulcahy, PMP, is an international expert in project
management "Tricks of the Trade," and best practices with over 15
years and $2.5 billion of hands-on experience. She has taught over
4,500 project managers from around the world and has helped over 1,500
people get ready to pass the PMP exam. Rita has helped write the PMP
exam and is one of only about 15 trainers PMI uses for worldwide
project management training. She has spent 7 years as a PMI chapter
officer and has spoken at Project World and PMI's International
Project Management Symposium to standing room only crowds in 1998 and
1999. Rita's work is sought after around the world.

Rita is the President of RMC - Project Management, a project
management training, consulting and speaking firm helping companies
use project management tools and techniques to complete projects
faster, cheaper, better, and with fewer resources. RMC - Project
Management is a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) with the
Project Management Institute.

Customer Reviews

It is a terrific book... very well organized and easy to read.
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PMP EXAM Prep by Rita Mulcahy is an excellent book for preparing for the PMP exam.
Sunder Siva Ivaturi
The sample questions really in the book really prepare you for the exam.
Yan Chiou

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

123 of 124 people found the following review helpful By vaaesthete on October 24, 2009
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Just took and passed this exam yesterday. I studied this book exclusively for about 50 hours over the past month. I used no other training materials, no test simulations, no classes - not even the PMBOK! I am fairly experienced, so your hours may vary, but everything you need to pass this test is in this book.
First the book from an editorial view: I have taken literally dozens of IT certification exams and have used at least one book for every one. Most technical books, IMO, are written in a very sloppy fashion - typos, grammar seemingly from a language other than English, non-functioning code, etc. Not Rita's book. Rita's Exam Prep is easily the highest quality certification book I have ever read. I found only two errors in over 500 pages of real content! Ok, so now you know the book is well constructed, highly edited, and you can trust the content to be relatively error-free. Let me now explain about the actual content and how it matches to the test content (it's relevancy, if you will).
Rita obviously understands the PMP content and exam objectives exceedingly well. But just as importantly, she understands how to present the material in a way that allows to reader to concentrate and absorb the important points. I have taught before and there is a world of difference between someone who knows the material and one who can actually teach others the material. In my opinion, this book is as good as it gets for those on a self-study certification path. If you follow her study plan, there is no reason for you to fail this exam.

Out of the 200 questions on the exam, I would estimate that you should be able to successfully answer 180-190 of the questions with just Rita's book.
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202 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Pizzano on September 4, 2009
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This review is for the April 2009 6th edition of RMC's PMP Exam Prep. Also see my Amazon "Project Management Journeyman" Booklist (* NOTE: updated May 2010 -- both the Journeyman Booklist and this review per 8th value tip below *).

I'm writing this book review with 5 value-points for the reader in mind:

(1) List of 7+1 *VALUABLE* tips to get more horsepower out of the book faster
(2) I used the "harder" PMP book for passing the "easier" CAPM exam
(3) use of the RMC learning system with 2 other competitive offerings
(4) thoughts on other RMC offerings
(5) my experience with the PMBOK v4 PMI CAPM exam in light of the above

The PMI PMBOK version 4 was released in 2008, and the CAPM / PMP exams switched over from the now-superseded PMBOK version 3 as of July 2009. Seeking to certify under the latest standard, I looked at 3+ leaders in the field for self-paced PM training (RMC, Kerzner, Heldman) and chose the Rita/RMC book and system as the best overall value hands-down relative to my specific 2-POINT training goal: (a) to be *solid* in the PM basics *well* beyond your typical CAPM candidate -- but without having to read 8 to 12 different PM books over a period of months to get there; (b) do it for as close to the drive-out price of $1000 as possible versus the typical PM training program investment of $2500-5000 elsewhere.

I deliberately used the more difficult, much thicker RMC PMP book instead of RMC's CAPM book to prepare for the CAPM exam, and am pleased with the results. And going forward, I also bought Kerzner and Heldman's PMP books (again, see my PM booklist) and find their different approaches actually complement the RMC program for continued professional development quite well.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Rafael C. Azevedo on June 21, 2009
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In short this book is a very good reference for Project Management (not only for PMP Certification).

I was impressed with the overwhelming amount of people praising Rita's book and decided to buy it. Lucky me. It is indeed a very good book.

Besides being a great asset when pursuing the PMP Certification, this book is a great introductory book on Project Management, covering most important subjects.

Do not expect to get as much info as you would reading Kerzner's book, but the balance is good.

Full of illustrative pictures it presents the Project Management processes, along with explanation and examples (a totally different approach than the one used in the PMBoK). I've enjoyed A LOT this approach.

Quick Chapters Overview:

Chapters 1 - 3 cover the introductory material and the PM Framework.

Chapters 4 - 12 cover each of the 9 Knowledge areas.

Chapter 13 covers Professional and Social Responsibility.

PROS:

It has been written as if Rita were talking to the reader. It is a very nice feature that makes the reading very easy. Also, while she does that, she makes you think what and how well have you been managing your projects. Very nice. (Tell me later about it).

Ok, but what makes this book different?

Some of the items are:

* Tricks of the trade
* Eligibility Checklist
* Study Tips (Rita calls it "critical time-saving tips")
* PMI-isms
* Games and exercises
* Common Errors and Pitfalls
* Cert Study Plan
* Quick Tests (at the beginning of each chapter)

CONS:

Very small letters, make it hard to read (Ok, I got the book at the same time I had to get my first glasses, so give Rita some credit).
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