Just took PcM yesterday, got a passing score today. Man, they have gotten quick with this. Also I was about 2% confident that I passed. I studied for 3 weeks for this one a couple hours a day tops.Was sure of maybe 25% of the problems, pretty sure about another 40% or so, and had almost no clue about the rest. This feels good moving forward!
Anyway - I studied only the PPI material, nothing else. Was seriously angry at myself for not getting the AHPP sooner (bought it yesterday...) and thought not having it, after reading all the posts on here, was going to be the death of me. I will say that the questions are formatted very similarly to the practice questions and exam from PPI, to their credit.
My advice would be to read the AHPP because it goes way more in-depth than anything else, be familiar with AIA documents, project delivery methods, and business finances. And above all, go with your gut. I spent the last 45 minutes reviewing marked answers, and ended up only changing 2 or 3. Don't overthink the questions, either. Some of them, especially in the case studies, will give you SO much information, and you will end up needing only 2 little bits of it to answer the question. Read the entire question before starting to do math and think about it.
Ok, onto PjM in a few weeks!
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