Passed Project+

Arnie335Arnie335 ■■□□□□□□□□ Posts: 63Member ■■□□□□□□□□
Hey guys! Just passed the Project+ exam with a score of 805/900. Like most others, I had to take this for WGU. The only materials used was the uCertify course provided by WGU. I wouldn't say the exam is hard, but it was difficult to understand what the question was really asking at times and had to re-read the question. Most of the questions were scenario-based, so there was a lot to digest in such a short amount of time. I actually ran out of time while reviewing my Flagged questions so keep an eye on the clock! If I can pass this, so can you. Good luck to everyone. If you have any questions that don't require me to break NDA, ask away..

Arnie

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  • Deus Ex MachinaDeus Ex Machina Posts: 127Member
    Congrats! Its a good cert to have, especially if you plan on following it up with CAPM or the PMP. Otherwise, its a good little way to prove you know more about the language of business than the average techie.
    "The winner takes it all"
  • cdxcdx Posts: 186Member
    Congrats! I was glad when I passed it too, was so boring, but good knowledge to have.
    Bachelor of Science - Information Technology - Security
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  • tmtextmtex Posts: 326Member
    cdx wrote: »
    Congrats! I was glad when I passed it too, was so boring, but good knowledge to have.

    Boring!! Have you tried ITIL OMG
  • mgeoffriaumgeoffriau ■■■□□□□□□□ Posts: 162Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    tmtex wrote: »
    Boring!! Have you tried ITIL OMG

    Ha, glad I'm not the only one who felt this way. Project+ was dry, but ITIL Foundation took it to a new level.
    CISSP || A+ || Network+ || Security+ || Project+ || Linux+ || Healthcare IT Technician || ITIL Foundation v3 || CEH || CHFI
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  • DAVIS NGUYENDAVIS NGUYEN ■■■□□□□□□□ Posts: 1,472Member ■■■□□□□□□□
  • MagnumOpusMagnumOpus Posts: 107Member
    Project + was the most boring of certs, but it has been invaluable in the field. Great Job mate!
  • FayzFayz ■■■□□□□□□□ Posts: 118Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    mgeoffriau wrote: »
    Ha, glad I'm not the only one who felt this way. Project+ was dry, but ITIL Foundation took it to a new level.

    I told myself that I would study for the ITIL in December 2016 and take the exam, but here we are in February 2017 and I only read 3 chapters from then and still have not taken the exam. The material is so boring.
  • SpiegelSpiegel Taco Tuesday FLPosts: 294Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Fayz wrote: »
    I told myself that I would study for the ITIL in December 2016 and take the exam, but here we are in February 2017 and I only read 3 chapters from then and still have not taken the exam. The material is so boring.

    I did three days of solid studying for the ITIL Foundation with the help of the CBTNugget videos and took the exam as quickly as I could and passed. I remember trying to solely read the book and ended up reading chapter 1 about three times. Took me nearly a month to read three chapters. It was brutally boring lol
    Degree: WGU B.S. Network Operations and Security [In-Progress]
    Current Certs: A+ | N+ | S+ | MTA: OSF | CIW: SDA | ITIL: F | CCENT | CCNA R&S
    Currently Working On: CCDA


    2019 Goals: CCENT [X], CCNA R&S [X], CCNA Security [ ], CCDA [ ]
    Future Certs: LPI Linux Essentials | Project+| CCNP R & S | CCNP Security | MDAA
  • DoubleNNsDoubleNNs ■■■■■□□□□□ Posts: 2,013Member ■■■■■□□□□□
    @Spiegel - did you use any other materials other than CBTNuggets for ITIL?
    Goals for 2018:
    Certs: RHCSA, LFCS: Ubuntu, CNCF CKA, CNCF CKAD | AWS Certified DevOps Engineer, AWS Solutions Architect Pro, AWS Certified Security Specialist, GCP Professional Cloud Architect
    Learn: Terraform, Kubernetes, Prometheus & Golang | Improve: Docker, Python Programming
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