The New PMP Exam Prep Bootcamp for Only $699
Totally remodeled exam content
No 10 Knowledge Area Module
No 5 Process Groups (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing)
No 49 Processes
Designed for both Predictive and Agile/Hybrid Projects (Unlike the old method designed only for Waterfall/Predictive Projects)
50% of exam content is from Predictive (Traditional) and 50% is from Agile/Hybrid
Only Three Domains (People, Process, and Business Environment)
175 Questions, 3.5-hour-long exam, two breaks, and can be taken both in-person and online
8-10 Different types of books used to prepare the course materials (in addition to the PMBOK)
Students who took the new exam said it is easier than the old version. Emphasis on conceptualization rather than memorization
Domains – Tasks – Enablers – Tools | Deliverables
Lesson 1: Creating a High Performing Team (7 Tasks)
Lesson 2: Starting the Project (9 Tasks)
Lesson 3: Doing the Work (8 Tasks)
Lesson 4: Keeping the Team on Track (7 Tasks)
Lesson 5: Keep the Business In Mind (5 Tasks)
Domain I: People
Lead a team
Support team performance
Empower team members and stakeholders
Ensure team members/stakeholders are adequately trained
Build a team
Address and remove impediments, obstacles, and blockers for the team
Negotiate project agreements
Collaborate with stakeholders
Build shared understanding
Engage and support virtual teams
Define team ground rules
Mentor relevant stakeholders
Promote team performance through the application of emotional intelligence
Domain II: Process
Execute project with the urgency required to deliver business value
Assess and manage risks
Plan and manage budget and resources
Plan and manage the schedule
Plan and manage the quality of products/deliverables
Plan and manage scope
Integrate project planning activities
Manage project changes
Plan and manage procurement
Manage project artifacts
Determine appropriate project methodology/methods and practices
Establish project governance structure
Manage project issues
Ensure knowledge transfer for project
Plan and manage project/phase closure or transitions
Domain III: Business Environment
Plan and manage project compliance
Evaluate and deliver project benefits and value
Evaluate and address external business environment changes for impact on the scope
Support organizational change
What is Included in the $699 Package?
A Unique Model
In addition to the course materials, our participants will get access to multiple resources to help them pass the exam. Some of these materials are listed here.
Students will receive both print and electronic copies of the course materials.
We encourage students to take multiple sessions to make sure that they are well prepared for the exam.
Our 2500+ practice exam questions are arranged as unit quizzes, domain questions and four full length exam simulations.
We provide access to webinars, seminars, and Community of Practices (CoP) to students to fulfill the 60 hours of Professional Development Units (PDU).
Students will receive a Certificate of Completion for the 35 hours of training required to sit for the exam.
In addition to the live virtual training, students will get access to the MGTC learning management system.
In addition to the online platform, students will get access to the mobile app for practice exam questions.
We will provide tutoring and a platform for online study groups including discussion forums and advice from students who passed the exam.
We based our training on the Theory of Andragogy (Adult Learning) and ‘Adaptive Adult Learning in the Age of Information Overload’ by breaking each session to 20-30 minutes.
Predictive and Agile Project Case Studies and Role-Based Learning Included
We have developed a case study playbook to help course participants relate the concepts to daily project work both in predictive (traditional) and Agile/Hybrid projects.
At the beginning of the course, participants will have an assigned role similar to the real project and they play that role throughout the session.
Predictive Project Case Study - Building a 20 Story Apartment in DC
A developer in New York wants to build a 20 story apartment in DC area for the growing demand of one, two, and three rooms. Your project team is assigned to plan, executive, monitor/control, and close the project.
Agile/Hybrid Project Case Study - Developing Patient Management System
A local hospital would like to introduce a “Patient Management System” to better manage its business processes. You are asked to use the Agile/Iterative methodology. All roles, artifacts, and ceremonies are defined. Based on the assigned role you will support the project.
Read from our Students who Passed the PMP Exam
Not only do our students share their good news with us but they also come back and support the community by sharing their experiences, test taking strategies, and materials through our members-only discussion forum portal. Below are a few testimonials.
I would like to share the good news with you about successfully passing my PMP exam. I am very happy that I achieved this benchmark with your support and guidance. I thank Dr. T and his colleagues from Maryland Global University.
Thank you Dr. T for helping me passing the PMP exam.
My jaw dropped, and my eyes started to tear after I pressed submit and saw a sentence open with “Congratulations.” Last night, I passed my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam! It is impossible to quantify the number of hours, days, and weeks I’ve spent studying for this critically important milestone in my career. Special thanks to my professor Dereje Tessema for coaching me earlier this year and to my employer American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) for investing in me to achieve this goal. I studied. I prayed. I did it!
Passed the exam this morning (I rescheduled it twice to ensure I was fully prepared). Wanted to share the good news. That thing was HARD! LOL. Thanks to you and Dr. T for helping make this happen. 🙂
I just wanted to let you all know that on Friday I was able to pass my PMP Exam! I just wanted to share some tips on how to prepare for the exam that worked for me and my overall experience with the test….