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Helpful Training Advice For PRINCE2 Examinations

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PRINCE2 Practitioner Certification is ever popular, with new training courses popping up all over the place. PRINCE2 training can be intense but passing your exam is by no means unachievable; read these simple tips to help you breeze through your examination.





PRINCE2 Practitioner Certification is ever popular, with new training courses popping up all over the place. PRINCE2 training can be intense but passing your exam is by no means unachievable; read these simple tips to help you breeze through your examination.

1. Scribble notes all over your PRINCE2 Practitioner manual; you can't take your own documents in, but there's nothing to stop you making notes on your manual. You won't have time to process long notes so instead choose memory triggers, diagrams and acronyms.

2. Take time to get to grips with PBS (product breakdown structure): knowing exactly how all the symbols work leads to easy marks; not knowing leads to lost marks and makes creating product flow diagrams confusing.

3. Check the manual carefully and be sure to read the whole thing; the manual may be dry but neglecting areas could affect your exam. The PRINCE2 Practitioner training course for five days is jam-packed so prepare before if you can.

4. Bring photo identification; no ID no exam entry. Also, if your name is different (e.g. you've married) be sure to bring documents to prove this.

5. Forget about common sense; PRINCE2 exams are looking for absolute attention to detail in application of the methods, not realistic everyday examples e.g. "well I'd choose this option as there's a good chance that person x wouldn't understand this methodology..."

6. It is fine to use an answer two times in a row and this will be quite common e.g. "who would this role be most appropriate for?"

7. Always think twice before choosing an answer that includes a word like "must" or "always" as this kind of straightforward response is rare in PRINCE2 practice and the examiners may try to trap you!

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