The demand for project managers is high. According to recent research, around 22 million new project management jobs will need to be fulfilled by 2027, particularly for those who have passed the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam. Still, the test is notorious for having a low pass rate – a fact that is discussed in the latest report by Brain Sensei on how to study for the PMP exam in 30 days.
The new report explains that for many project managers, attending a live, physical exam preparation course may be difficult. Instead, it suggests completing a PMP self-paced program. The course offered by Brain Sensei includes material from the PMBOK 7th Edition and contains all the material one needs to pass the 2022 PMP exam.
Unlike other PMP test preparatory courses, Brain Sensei’s course offers a gamified learning experience. Users apply their knowledge in project management to help their samurai avatar move forward in the game and protect her homeland. At the end of each chapter, students are given a summary of what they’ve learned.
As explained in the report, the unique educational style has been proven to be effective – with the Brain Sensei PMP Self-Paced Course boasting a 99.6% exam pass rate. When done correctly and diligently, the preparatory course gives students the confidence they need to pass their exams.
The course features an unlimited exam simulator that generates a different test each time. The questions are dynamically created from Brain Sensei’s bank of 1,500 realistic exam questions.
For $99 per month, students use both predictive and adaptive project management practices. Those still on the fence can read the new report, “How To Pass the PMP in 30 Days?”
A satisfied graduate of the course wrote, “I am very satisfied with the Brain Sensei PMP Exam Preparation Course. All 9 modules are very well-structured and detailed. I believe that practice exams included in the course helped me a lot with the preparation for my PMP Exam.”
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