In this book, Part One covers Contract Types and provides the reader with access to her videos. In Part Two the author presents 50+ Contract Calculation Questions. In Part Three, she presents the 50+ detailed solutions.
If you are wondering why I decided to review a book that has been around for more than 30 years, let me answer that question by saying I am doing so because I believe the PMBOK® Guide should one of the primary books used to prepare for the PMP-certification examination
With this book, Ms. Ellis, again, demonstrates why she is referred to as the PMP Expert. In a nutshell, she provides the material on Network Diagrams in a manner that is both instructional and valuable for preparation for the PMP examination.
One of the best tips that I found was to take as many practice exams as possible. Also, I found the thing that helped me most to understand and to conquer my fear of the dreaded topic of Earned Value
For me, one book, the PMP EXAM Simplified by Aileen Ellis, PMP, PgMP, was outstanding, primarily for these three reasons.
Recently, I came across a study guide that provided a different approach on how to study for the exam. PMP Rapid Review covers the exam tasks. That’s right the exam tasks! And this approach demystifies what PMI is testing for in each domain task.