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    Default Beta study materials

    For you guys who are taking the Project+ Beta, what books are you using to study?
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    I just ordered the book from the current objectives.
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    I bought the Sybex Project+ for the PK0-002 exam and let me just say that reading this book is not the most fun I've ever had. Hopefully going to take this exam this Friday so I can start my Microsoft path.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Divine-Assault View Post
    I bought the Sybex Project+ for the PK0-002 exam and let me just say that reading this book is not the most fun I've ever had. Hopefully going to take this exam this Friday so I can start my Microsoft path.
    I bought the same one. This thing looks like it should be cake to be honest with you.
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    Sybex book here too. The thing I'm going to have the hardest time with is memorizing parts of the charter and some vocabulary (I suck at memorization), but that shouldn't be too too difficult.
    And now that I've jinxed myself...
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    I already had the Sybex book, as I was planning on taking the Project+ eventually... I admit, however, that I have only read the first 5 chapters and that was about 6 months ago.

    From what I remember, it was kind of dry material, but I do like Sybex, and as usual I was finding the Sybex test engine to be a big help.
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    My sybex book just came in today. Now I have to hurry and cram for this test.
    12 days.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesleecoleman View Post
    My sybex book just came in today. Now I have to hurry and cram for this test.
    12 days.....
    I think it should be very do able. I read a couple chapters in the book and it seems pretty straight forward. I have had a few project management classes in college though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L0gicB0mb508 View Post
    I think it should be very do able. I read a couple chapters in the book and it seems pretty straight forward. I have had a few project management classes in college though.
    I'm taking a Systems Analysis and Design class now. I hope it'll be able to help me with a few things. I also think it's possible to read all the chapters twice before I take the test but for some reason I think my testing center is going to screw things up with my test.
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    I'm currently using the old CBTNuggets project+ course for the previous objectives, got my exam in a weeks time...

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