PMP Prep Gantt Chart 

When you are preparing for the PMP Certification Exam you might find it challenging to juggle a dozen balls at the same time while keeping an eye on the order in which your exam preparation tasks have to sail through.

To pass the exam successfully you must control a large number of activities and ensure that they’re completed on schedule. If you miss a deadline or finish a task out of sequence, there could be knock-on effects on the rest of your exam prep.

Gantt charts are project management tools that convey this information visually. They outline all of the tasks involved in a project, and their order, shown against a timescale. This gives you an instant overview of a your PMP exam prep, its associated tasks, and when and in which order these need to be finished.

Therefore as an aspirant Project Management Professional you should set up a Gantt chart, and think through all of the tasks involved in your exam prep. You also have to be aware of the dependencies between the various tasks.

All this might become time-consuming and not add any value to your PMP Exam preparation, and this is where our PMP Prep Gantt Chart  will come in handy. This product includes an Excel as well as an Microsoft Project Gantt Chart.

You will receive this Excel spreadsheet and MS Project Gantt Chart as a Bonus gift if you buy any of our PMP training packages, but you can also purchase it alone for planning for your PMP Exam Prep.

Did You Know?

  • There are dependencies between activities that you need to be aware of. For example you cannot plan to submit your application to the PMI until you have received your Certificate of 35 Contact Hours.
  • Also you cannot schedule your PMP exam until you have received your Candidate ID from the PMI.
  • If you get audited your Gantt chart should take the delay into account. PMI audit selection process is completely random. Your chances of being audited are low but real.

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