PcM Pass! Here's what I did!

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    TONG ZHANG

    Isn't it the best schedule I ever seen?!  Congrats and thank you! This is great! I'm printing it out and will follow this for my PcM. 

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    Vishal Gandhi

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing! Which specific Schiff Hardin lectures did you listen to?

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    Clarissa Hoskison

    Hi Visha! I listened to 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 5, 12. (In that order) 

    But I primarily focused on 6/7, and 9/10 (contracts). I listened to these twice. 

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    Pablo Diaz

    How many months did you study for the prac management exam?

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    Ashley Kopetzky

    WOW THIS IS AMAZING. I have failed this test twice now - thank you for being so diligent with you studying and sharing the information that you have learned, this is invaluable

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    Clarissa Hoskison

    Pablo,  I studied for 5 weeks, as I stated above in the first section titled "Schedule" 

     

    Ashley, of course! best of luck with this exam! just keep going! we'll all get licensed eventually!

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    Andrea Aguiar

    THANK YOU CLARISSA!

    This is so useful!! About to schedule my first exam :)

     

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    Elizabeth Farrell

    Hi Clarissa! Thank you so much for this information. 

     

    One quick question that I have been wondering about regarding the different "sections" of PcM. I am trying to figure out how to focus on each big topic. 

    ...would it be 1) contracts 2) types of projects 3) financial equations...and im blanking on the other types of big bodies of studies. 

     

    Thanks!!

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    Gang Chen

    For contracts, there are a few important AIA forms you need to focus on. If you are good at reading and a good exam-taker, you can easily pass PjM. Besides, you do learn a lot by studying for PjM and reading the AIA forms, and it will help you perform better at work too.

    The AIA forms are a major part of PjM and a few other divisions.

    Gang Chen, Author, Architect, LEED AP BD+C (GreenExamEducation.com)

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    Thara Messeroux

    Thanks a lot, Clarissa for sharing this!

    Can anyone help me find the Ballast Review Manual, please?

     

     

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    Christian Contreras (Edited )

    Thank You so much! Love the Schiff Hardin Lectures! What about A201 and B101?

     

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