Are these percentages good enough?

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neeraj.vasudeva
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Are these percentages good enough?

Postby neeraj.vasudeva Tue Mar 12, 2019 6:12 pm

Hi,

Almost at the tail end of Round 1 of PMP preparation wherein I watched izenbridge videos, read PMBOK once and did the izenbridge mock exam after every PMBOK chapter.

Except for Cost Management Knowledge Area, so far on an average i scored 64% across all the Knowledge Areas. I ofcourse intend to do 2 more round of preparation wherein I intend to use Rita Mulckay book instead of PMBOK along with rewatching izenbridge videos and some additional mock exams, having said that I was wondering if 64% during round 1 is decent score or is it really bad?

Just wanted to get some idea as to what other students on an average get? and what is the decent score against izenbridge mock exams?

-Neeraj
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Re: Are these percentages good enough?

Postby manishpn Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:33 pm

if you are talking about chapter end tests then its not sufficient, you can join clarification session this saturday and we can discuss
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sabsubs
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Re: Are these percentages good enough?

Postby sabsubs Thu Apr 04, 2019 2:49 pm

Hi Manish,

Could you please give a rough percentage that we have to get in order to consider ourselves ready for the real pmp exam.
Do you think getting 70% in KA wise mock tests and then 80% in full length mocks would be enough to take the exam?
Thank you.
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Re: Are these percentages good enough?

Postby manishpn Fri Apr 05, 2019 5:03 am

I am not so much interested about KA tests

However around 80% or more for full length mock is ok
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