2. Standard for Program Management V1 (First couple chapters and touched upon how Quality is defined in it)
3. PMBOK V4 (especially concentrated on time, cost and risk)
5. UCertify - Bought the license for the exam
6. I had prepared some note and formulas earlier while preparing for PMP and just referred them
8. From PMI.org, I referred
|Implementing Program Management: Templates and Forms Aligned with the Standard for Program Management , Second Edition (2008)|
2. PgMP exam is different from PMP. For PMP we have so many sample questions that we have more probability of getting similar question but thats not the case with PgMP. But having said, practice as many questions as possible to prepare for the real one.
3. Even though some folks mentioned not to memorize ITTOs but I found that it helped. I did not really memorize the ITTOs but kind of made a memory map of processes and their ITTOs by relating with one of my programs.
4. I got at least 4 -5 questions from SPM V1 but again it was not difficult for me to figure them out (Since we do not know which answers were correct, I can only have my best guess for it)
5. There were at least 6 - 8 questions that were screen full. Read such questions well because I got at least 2 questions based on the same scenario
6. I got some empirical questions. Couple were very straight forward but few were tricky. I do not think I could figure out the tricky ones since I had never encountered them any where either when preparing for PMP or PgMP
7. It helps to understand relationship between Program Lifecycle and Benefits Management. Remember not to expect straight forward questions but its not difficult to answer if you understand the concept well
**(My Favorite and highly recommended one for those interested in Program Management)
I wish all the very best to all the aspiring PgMPs