You’re going for your PMP… you’re taking a good course… using a good book or two… and doing a lot of practice questions…
A BIG way to boost your productivity is as easy as it sounds:
Keep A Log Of Incorrect Answers
An Excel Sheet or Word table is perfect for this (SEE SCREEN-SHOT BELOW).
Or you might prefer a small physical notebook you can carry around and review (whenever you have a New York Minute!)
PMP Error Log (Jeff Furman, PMP)
This is a way to capture Lessons Learned from every question you get wrong (make lemonade out of lemons!) It helps you keep learning by going back a few days later and reviewing, when you have a fresh perspective.
It’s also a confidence-builder (and anxiety-lowerer!) because it turns mistakes into a positive learning process. The more you do this, the less you’ll mind getting questions wrong, and the better you’ll do on your test.
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE TO SEE:
1) My Upcoming Classes At NYU & Fordham
2) My Book: The Project Management Answer Book, 2nd Edition <–Amazon Link, Paperback & Kindle)
3) PMP Test Tip: “The Tuckman Model” (My blog)
— What Do Masters & Johnson And The Tuckman Model Have In Common?
4) Upcoming Events In NYC For PMs: February & Beyond (My blog)
5) The PMP Exam Simulator (Industry-Leading PMP test-prep product)
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