After you study all KA's, make sure you understand all processes and in this way it will be easier for you even to draw your own chart. Do not memorize anything because it does not help in the exam at all. Saving Changes I may have realized that many of the knowledge areas have similar process Plan, define, Manage, Control Make a table knowledge vertically and Process group horizontal , the process put at the intersection. Some like it to study, they find it reassuring.
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Thus, it is essential that you have this chart memorized before your exam. One of my top tips for taking the exam is to draw out the Process Chart using the 15 minutes you have before your exam starts. This way, you can reference the chart whenever you need to during your exam. First, using a legal sized paper, you want draw a table with 6 columns and 11 rows. By drawing it on paper you can control how big or small your fonts can be. Next, you want to write the 10 knowledge areas down the first column.
The 10 knowledge areas are:. Next, you want to fill in the 4 processes in each corner of the process chart. These 4 processes are:. Fill them into your process chart now. Fill these in now. Unfortunately, the other processes in the PMBOK does not start with a keyword or follow any particular pattern. With practice, though, you will have them memorized. And viola! Your PMP process is complete. Here is what it should look like:. If you are an audio learner and want a free video explanation of how to memorize and draw the Process Chart.
Glad you asked. In our daily lives, we are used to reading things from left to right, but when it comes to the PMP Process Chart, you need to read it up and down for it to make sense. In other words, you read all of the processes in the Initiating Process Group from top to bottom, then you read all the processes from the Planning Process Group from top to bottom, and so forth. Once you realize this trick, studying for the PMP exam will become easier.
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Hi, very nice approach to get the table into the brain! But did you do yourself this way? At this point, your chart should look like this: Step 3: Fill in the corners Next, you want to fill in the 4 processes in each corner of the process chart. Here is what it should look like: If you are an audio learner and want a free video explanation of how to memorize and draw the Process Chart.
If you are still confused, watch this video: Want to learn how you can get PMP certified in 6 weeks? Register below for a FREE class to learn how! Register now. Related Posts. Holger Hoppe says Hi, very nice approach to get the table into the brain!
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Rita Mulcahy's Process Chart Planning - 8Th Edition