PMI-ACP certified on 1st Feb, 2017
It was an amazing experience to come out successful after much effort.
A few tips how I prepared:
I started with Mike Griffith book. Read it twice. Studied for 1 month for 2 hours daily.
Then I enrolled for iZenbridge PMI-ACP course. The videos were awesome. The question papers were up to the standard.
I collected few question papers from the internet , just to get a holistic view.
I would like to thank Mike Griffith for the wonderful book. I would like to thank Saket and iZenbridge for the wonderful course material and mock exam papers. Thanks to this forum for the wonderful post exam analysis and feedback.
Exam paper: How was it?
Exam contained 10 questions quite similar to iZenbridge, 10 questions from estimation, almost quite a few from spike, and few some questions which were weird and no specific answer has some logic, although I bypassed the logic and answered from a PM role perspective. Few questions from CI, time cost scope estimation. If you have a very good concept related to Scrum roles and XP roles you can answer a lot of questions.
Overall a very standard question set and am happy to enroll at izenbridge at the last hour. Probably I acted at the "last responsible moment".
Thanks to the entire team and Seema as well for the wonderful last minute video which she posted. It was really a value addition to the aspirants.