Head First PMP

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page P143
Bottom

In the magnets, the item "Contract" is missing, while the item "Project charter" is not used on the next page.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 02, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page P854
First item

According to the index, the work authorization system is found on 5 different pages. Actually it only appear on page 115 and in some answers of exam questions (for example on page 153). So four of five page numbers in the index are wrong.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 02, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page P277
Right vertical

The answers for the exercise are found on page 324, not on 318 as stated.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 12, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
United States

i am nearly completing to read chapter#14 on professional responsibility. on page 701 bottom, it says to go read PMP code of professional conduct before you take exam. go to URL http://ww.headfirstlabs.com/hfpmp and click on link "The PMI Code of Ethics.." link. BUT i could not find the link or words "PMI code of ethics... on page to click link on? what am i missing to view? same is on PDF. where is this? i wasted 15 mins? Regards, aditya, astalwar@gmail.,com

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

aditya  Dec 26, 2014 
Printed
Upper left quadrant

Question 9. refers to "Run Charts" as being one of the Seven basic tools of quality. However on pages 425-427 where these seven tools are described, there is 1) no mention of run charts, 2) already seven basic tools mentioned which are not run charts (making 8). One may imagine Control Charts to be synonomous with Run Charts, however the explanation listed in the answer here indicating that a run chart shows number of defects over time is quite different than the explanation given for control charts.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Aug 13, 2015 
Printed
Page 111
Bottom line

Answers are not on page 108. Answers are on page 114.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Please change the link in the bottom right corner of page 111 that says "Answers on page 108" to read "Answers on page 114"

Anonymous  Jan 26, 2014  Jan 31, 2014
Printed
Page 133
Right edge of page

"Organizational process assets" is mis-typed as "Organizational process ssets." It appears in only one place on this page, toward the middle of the page on the far right edge.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

William Clements  Nov 28, 2014 
PDF
Page 140
1st paragraph

The inputs of close project or phase does not include EEF, deliverables, contracts Or work performance information but still that paragraph mentions them as the inputs for close project process.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change the last two sentences in the paragraph at the top of page 140 to read: The inputs to the Close Project or Phase process include the project management plan, organizational process assets, and accepted deliverables. And you use the same familiar tools and techniques that you've seen throughout the chapter.

Manish Agarwal  Jan 15, 2014  Jan 31, 2014
Printed
Page 141
Outputs

In the outputs section, "organizational process assets" should be "organizational process assets update"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 02, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 161
Answer to question 17

The answer to question 17 has got nothing to do with the question, it explains a completely different item. The question is about the project charter, the answer is about the project management system. In my opinion, the answer B is correct a stated, just the explanation is about something else.

Note from the Author or Editor:
The issue was that the old term for work authorization system was project management information system. The term had been updated in the question, but not the answer. Fixed in the July 14th printing.

Luc Hamers  Feb 16, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 175
Note Paragraph for Requirements Management Plan

last three words of note are "throughout he project." should be "throughout the project." the T is missing in "the"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Amanda O'Connor  Jul 14, 2014 
Printed
Page 186
Answers of the exercise

Nominal troup technique should be nominal group technique

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 03, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 190
Bottom right

Project document update should be Project documents update.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 03, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 215
Bottom, second icon from the right

Project document updates should be Project documents updates

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 04, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 221
middle of the page

In the Printed version of Head First PMP 3rd edition the control scope process magnet exercise indicates that one of the magnets is: "Now the team can change the way they do the work" and the answer page on 222 has the same magnet but with a minor language change of: "How the team can change the way they do the work" This is confusing since you are now doing the work, not how.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

john cellucci  Sep 26, 2014 
PDF
Page 223
Canada

One of the outputs of the Validate Scope process is "Accepted Deliverables" not "Verified Deliverables".

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Ashish Potla  May 25, 2015 
Printed
Page 267
Center

Project document updates should be Project documents updates

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 11, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 272
Bottom left

Project document updates should be Project documents updates

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 11, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 286
Item 3, first and last line with arrows

In the first line with arrows, the texts Activity A and Activity B is missing. In the last line with arrows, the text Activity E is missing.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 12, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 291
Bottom left

The bullet lines for the floats are not aligned with the characters A-I

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 13, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 313
Bottom centre floating text blurb

"come up with better understand" should read "come up with better understanding"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

GregEva  Jul 10, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 317
Bottom right

The answers are on page 324, not on 318

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 13, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 317
Bottom left; number 14

Definition of the PERT three-point estimation method should include "divided by 6" at the end.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

GregEva  Jul 10, 2015 
Printed
Page 324
Left middle, under sneakers

Reads "Exercise" should read "Exercise Solution"

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Fixed in the next printing

GregEva  Jul 10, 2015 
Printed
Page 355
Far left column, around the middle

quote referencing PMBOK Guide has an unneeded space between the double quotes and the a, meaing that it is using closing quotes instead of openning quotes.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Jul 20, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 369
Every fill-in field in the sharpen your pencil section

The dotted lines are not where they are supposed to be, they all are too far to the right.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 18, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 369
Upper right

Page reference 354 should read 364.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Jul 20, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 371
Items 2, 3 and 4

The underlines and the positions of the numbers to be filled in don't match

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 18, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 380
Top left

The text is slightly behind the exercise-shoes-symbol

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 19, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 385
Bottom right

The TCPI is not rounded correctly, the answer should be 0.87 instead of 0.86.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Mar 09, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 385
Middle middle

Reads "exactly where needed to keep her CPI" should read "exactly where she needed to keep her CPI"

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Jul 20, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 386
Bottom right

The answers are on page 394, not 384

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 19, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 386
Right side, bottom

page reference 384 should read 394.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Jul 20, 2015 
PDF
Page 395
second question hint text

The hint text of the second question reads- "Some of the earned value numbers have alternate four-letter abbreviations. This one stands for “budgeted cost of work performed.” Don’t worry you don’t need to memorize them! ". This instead should be "Some of the earned value numbers have alternate four-letter abbreviations. This one stands for “budgeted cost of work scheduled. Don’t worry you don’t need to memorize them!" Thus the word "performed" has to be replaced by the word "scheduled" as it refers to BCWS and not BCWP

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Anonymous  May 05, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
PDF
Page 395
second question hint text

The hint text of the second question reads- "Some of the earned value numbers have alternate four-letter abbreviations. This one stands for “budgeted cost of work performed.” Don’t worry you don’t need to memorize them! ". This instead should be "Some of the earned value numbers have alternate four-letter abbreviations. This one stands for “budgeted cost of work scheduled. Don’t worry you don’t need to memorize them!" Thus the word "performed" has to be replaced by the word "scheduled" as it refers to BCWS and not BCWP

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Anonymous  May 05, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 400
1. answer, explanatory text

The correct answer for this question is A ("Determine Budget") which is also listed as the correct answer. However, in the text below the very same "Determine Budget" is discarded because "it uses the cost baseline and thus the cost baseline has to be created before". This is wrong! The cost baseline is actually the output of the "Determine Budget" process (see PMBOK guide) and not its input. Instead the incorrect answer C ("Estimate Costs") is not mentioned at all - something got probably mixed up here…

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed
Page 401
Bottom left, TCPI formula

Minus symbol used seems to have underline also on causing double dash instead of single dash

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Jul 20, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 402
Middle of the page

You say, that in week 5 you should have completed 5/8 of 4km, which is 2500m. This is only correct when we are at the END of week 5 (the work of week 5 has been completed). At the beginning of week 5, we should have completed 2km. So IN week 5, our PV is between $104,000 and $130,000. At the beginning of week 5, the SPI is $93,600 / $104.000 = 0.9! Please change the question to say, that we are at the END of week 5! This would be really helpful!

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Apr 03, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 420
Remark on metric "Schedule variance"

"Schedule variance" is part of the "Cost Management" knowledge area, not "Time Management".

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 435
3rd paragraph

Project document updates should be Project documents updates

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 25, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 438
Bottom

Project document updates should be Project documents updates

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Feb 26, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 444
Top left corner

Frame containing content is placed improperly on the page (its too high), making the Exercise image overlap with the page title/name.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Greg EVA  Aug 13, 2015 
Printed
Page 488
First tool/technique mentioned, but the error shows on *MANY* pages throughout the remaining book

The book mentions six different conflict resolution techniques, one of them being "confronting" (with the remark that this actually means "problem solving"). The major issue here: there are only five techniques (see PMBOK guide, section 9.4.2.3, page 283)! None of them is "confronting". Instead, the former "confronting" was meanwhile (some years ago…) merged with the separate "collaboration" item and is now named "collaboration/problem solving". There is no separate "collaborating" technique anymore, and the term "to confront" does not even show up in the PMBOK (fifth edition)! This is probably due to a major oversight by the authors regarding the changes between the fourth and the fifth edition of the PMBOK guide. The horrible thing is that this mistake shows up everywhere in the remaining book. In many places, i.e., almost all question and exercises, sections referring to conflict resolution, etc., the outdated "confronting" shows up… This is really confusing to the reader who simply learns incorrect things here! This is not helpful at all in preparing for the exam, and very embarrassing for a book which explicitly states that if covers the 5th edition of the PMBOK guide. Please fix this! Otherwise potential PMP candidates can only be advised to get a different book which at least avoids such a *massive* blunder.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 27, 2015 
Printed
Page 499
last paragraph

Manage stakeholder expectations is a part of executing process group The book says that it is a part of Monitoring and Controlling Process Group

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the Third Edition

Anonymous  Apr 03, 2013  Dec 06, 2013
Printed, PDF
Page 519
Top right, above comm. management plan

The comment says, that the comm. management plan is the only output of the plan communications management process, while the documents updates (on the same page) are also an output.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Mar 03, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 527
2nd paragraph, 1st sentence

The text talks of "Direct and Manage Execution" - there is no such process! Either the "Direct and Manage Project Work" process is meant, or all processes in the overall "Executing Process Group".

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed
Page 528
1st paragraph, 1st sentence

As this page is about the input of the process, the first sentence should probably read "Work performance data […]" (which is a valid input) instead of "Work performance information […]" (which is usually an output).

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed
Page 532
Clue for #10 across

"Pull" is not a "communication model" but rather a "communication method" (see also page 517).

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed
Page 532
Clue for #11 down

"Push" is not a "communication model" but rather a "communication method" (see also page 517).

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed
Page 554
Comment at the bottom on the input

The icon and text for one input denote the "Project Charter" (which is in accordance with the PMBOK guide), but the comment below speaks of the "(project) scope statement". That is different document and not the correct one to be mentioned here!

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed
Page 566
"Brain power" question

The question is: "Why do you think EEF are *not* an input to the Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis process?". Huh? They actually are! The EEFs are even shown by their typical symbol just two inches above! Either I don't understand the question correctly (maybe it should be rephrased then - what do the authors want me to ponder about?) or it simpley doesn't make sense.

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
PDF
Page 576
United States

In Step # 3, when you calculate the EMV, the Total should be + $30.70 instead of -$30.70. And the comments should have been about this risk would indeed save 30.70 from the budget instead of us increasing the budget by $30.70.

Note from the Author or Editor:
This was a mistake. It's corrected in the upcoming printing of the book. Thanks!

Manish Agarwal  Jan 30, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
PDF
Page 607
United States

The comments ""The key to this one is to remember that the money the project makes is positive, and the money it will cost is negative" which was added for answer#10 should really be for Answer # 11.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14 printing

Manish Agarwal  Jan 30, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 607
Question 7

The comment "Wow, did you see that huge red herring?" seems to refer to item 7, but obviously belongs to item 8 instead. There the question contains a long and totally useless text which is not necessary to answer the question itself…

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Oct 29, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 632
Bottom right

The answers are found on page 638, not on 630.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Mar 18, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 636
Top right, below item 3

The dotted line below item 3 should be a bit lower

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Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Mar 18, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 657
Question 9, explanation

The text explaining the answer is wrong or at least misleading: for the 25 month period, the 3rd year has already started! So the 10.000 $/year for maintenance would end up in 30.000 $ if those costs are paid yearly. In this case none of the answers would apply (renting is still cheaper also for answer D, 25 months)… So I assume that these costs are distributed proportionally over the months. In this case they'd be 25/12*10000 $ = 20.833 $. This would give the correct answer D (buying is cheaper than renting now). But just using the 20.000 $ figure, as it is done in the book, seems plain wrong.

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 02, 2015 
Printed
Page 661
Upper left quarter

"Nighife" probably should read "nightlife".

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 02, 2015 
Printed
Page 665
Comment on "Stakeholder Register"

The sentence "The register should tell you what individual stakeholder, get out of [...]" doesn't make sense grammatically. Maybe the plural "stakeholders" (with "s" instead of the comma) was meant?

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 02, 2015 
Printed
Page 666
.

You wrote "responsiblities" instead of "responsibilities".

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Dec 07, 2015 
Printed
Page 669
United States

Under the Plan Stakeholder Management process, the diagram on page 669 indicates that there are only two outputs and asks the reader to guess what one is. When you turn the page for the answers, the diagram now states that there is only one output of the Plan Stakeholder Management process. What is the correct answer? Is there only one output or are there two?

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Fixed in the July 14th printing

Veronica Rahorn  May 25, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed, PDF
Page 673
Bottom of exersize

The answers are on page 686 instead of page 676

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Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Mar 11, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 691
Comment on answer to question 7

The chapter that should be referenced is chapter 3 ("The process framework"), not chapter 4 ("Project integration management"). Only the former one describes the Initiating process group which is mentioned here.

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 02, 2015 
Printed
Page 709
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A the Check your Knowledge on page 709, the whole Stakeholder knowledge area is omitted but is shown in the answers on page 727.

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Fixed in the July 14th printing

Anonymous  Mar 14, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 712
Left column with questions

The distance between question 5 and the dotted line (where to enter the answer of question 4) is too low, the line almost overlays the question. Also the questions 6–10 seem shifted upwards (whereas the first few questions and the right column look okay),

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 03, 2015 
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Page 719
Question 14 Answer

Question 14 uses a TCPI formula of (EAC-EV)/(EAC-AC) for the calculation, but I've not seen this version of the formula anywhere else in all of my studying on this topic. In fact, on page 385 of the book it says that the EAC based formula for TCPI is (BAC-EV)/(EAC-AC). Based on this formula, the answer is (75000-52500)/(80000-56000)=.9375, which corresponds to answer A. Also, the answer given for Question 14, Answer B, of 1.18 doesn't compute. The formula as solved in the book is (80000-52500)/(80000-56000)=1.18 is incorrect. The correct math seems to be that that produces an answer of 1.1458.

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  May 12, 2015 
Printed
Page 729
Answer to question 10

"Lgitimate" should read "Legitimate".

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fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 03, 2015 
Printed
Page 730
Answer to question 5

You're using a rounded value of 0.94 instead of the correct 0.9375 (= 15/16) for the intermediate result (CPI). But then, in the next step, you're using this rounded value (with only 2 significant digits!) to calculcate values with 6 significant digits? As a result, the given EAC (531.915 $ instead of theoretically 533.333 $) and ETC (131.915 $ instead of 133.333 $) are plain wrong! This is mathematical nonsense. Guys, this is already the 3rd edition of the book! How can such a mistake still be contained? Please fix this, reading the proposed solution really hurts!

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 03, 2015 
Printed, PDF
Page 733
Bottom

The calculation of the pert answer is correct, 9 weeks, but this is answer B and not C!

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Fixed in the July 14th printing

Luc Hamers  Mar 27, 2014  Jul 14, 2014
Printed
Page 734
Proposed solution for question 14

The whole text and calculation is full of errors (though the answer "B" is given correctly); • The result (approx. 1,18) was obviously computed with the BAC, not the EAC. Thus the second sentence ending with "[...], then you know enough" should end just there. The "to compute the EAC" part needs to be discarded, the explanation just doesn't make sense. • Independent of this, the formula for TCPI is simply wrong. Even if the EAC were to used, it should read TCPI = (BAC-EV)/(EAC-AC). Using EAC in both numerator and denominator is incorrect, there is no such TCPI formula. • The value of EAC ($80.000) is used then in the TCPI calculation (with the correct formula, see above), but the numerical result in this case would be 1.15. This is different from the 1.18 shown and the equation is mathematically wrong. To achieve the 1.18 result, one has to use the BAC based TCPI formular and use $75.000 everywhere.

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 04, 2015 
Printed
Page 739
Answer to question 35

If asking for a thing like "teaming agreement", shouldn't that term be explained before? I can't remember reading about it in the book, and if were indeed mentioned there, it's at least not contained in the index… Actually the term is not even included in the PMBOK guide, so I very much doubt that it makes sense to have a question on it in the book (it will no appear in the exam either).

Note from the Author or Editor:
This has been corrected for the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 04, 2015 
Printed
Page 765
Question 104

Several of the given figures do not fit together. For example: if BAC is $90,000 and EAC is $92,100, how can the difference VAC (VAC = BAC-EAC) be -$2,600? It should be -$2,100 then. Or: if AC is $25,100 and ETC is $45,600, how can their sum EAC (as ETC = EAC-AC) be $92,100? Something got totally mixed up here with the numbers in this example!

Note from the Author or Editor:
The numbers have been corrected in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 09, 2015 
Printed
Page 771
Question 137, possible answer D

In the word "Manaement" a "g" is missing.

Anonymous  Nov 09, 2015 
Printed
Page 803
Hint on answer to question 89

There is no such thing as "Administer Contracts". Probably this is an outdated PMP term from earlier versions of the PMBOK guide? The correct term probably should be "Control Procurements" for this process…

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Fixed in the next printing

Anonymous  Nov 09, 2015 
Other Digital Version
6009
Various throughout the book where it has the http://www.headfirstlabs.com/PMP link

I am using Kindle reader. When the book asks the reader to create a question using the fill in the blank format there is a link to http:// www.headfirstlabs.com/PMP where "You can add your Head Libs answer, and see what Head Libs other project managers came up with! " . This link only takes you to the main page to order the book. I didn't see a forum of other questions created by other people using this book. Why put it in the book if it's not going to be there to use?

Note from the Author or Editor:
Removed all references to the head libs uploads

Jeanne  Jul 11, 2014  Jul 14, 2014