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PMP Certification All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Cynthia Snyder

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Appendix D: Exam Objective Cross Walk

The PMP exam tests information in each of five domains: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing. To optimize your chances of doing well on the exam, remember the following information about how the exam is designed and how the exam objectives are tested.

check Each domain has associated tasks that assess a project manager’s competence in that domain.

check Each domain has knowledge and skills that are required to competently perform the tasks in that domain.

check In addition to the knowledge and skills associated with each domain, cross-cutting knowledge and skills are used in multiple domains and tasks.

check The information from the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct (the Code) is integrated into exam questions.

Information in this appendix summarizes

check Domain tasks and where you can find them (domain tasks are listed as objectives in the front of each chapter)

Domain-specific knowledge and skills

Cross-cutting knowledge and ...

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