PMP® Study Resources: PMPBOK®, PMP® Guide and PMP® Sample Exams (part 2) - PMP® Exam Prep Books

PMP® Exam Study Guide is not only the great assistance you need to understand the PMBOK® Guide, but it also helps you learn more than 10% of the remaining knowledge required for the PMP® exam. There are tons of resources for PMP® reference books. Below are some recommendations for your search. The question is not about the best book, but which book suits you most.


These are currently the most popular books on the market:
-    Rita Mulcahy’s PMP® Exam Prep Book
-    The PMP® Exam – How to Pass On Your First Try by Andy Crowe
-    Head First PMP®: A Brain-Friendly Guide

1. Rita Mulcahy’s PMP® Exam Prep Book
This is the most comprehensive (and most lengthy) of the three aforementioned ones. Though it is informative, you may find some information necessary for the PMP® exam. However, the ITTO (Inputs, Tools and Techniques and Outputs) is not covered thoroughly.

2. Andy Crowe’s PMP® Book (How To Pass On Your First Try)
This one is exam-focused. That means it has everything you need for the exam with the format of a quick study note. It does a wonderful job helping you pass the exam, but for real-world project management, you may find it less useful compared to the other two books.

3. Head First PMP® Book
This one is made for visual learners, which means it has many illustrations, charts, and games. It eases your experience learning for the PMP® exam with those visual aids. 

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