Here are a few points I noticed from the exams:
Don’t just rely on practice questions:- If you think that by just practicing dummy questions available all over the internet, you can clear the exam, then you are in for a rude shock. Clearing your concepts is crucial.
Enroll for a study program:- I particularly found my PMP Training with Ciel Consulting absolutely essential as they demystified PMP using practical examples. It made PMP come to life.
PMBOK is the Bible:- If you just read the PMBOK and plan to appear for the exam, you may still face difficulties. You will need more study resources. However, you cannot afford to not study PMBOK. The Inputs, Tools & techniques and Outputs for all the processes are very important as quite a few questions ask you the question:- what comes next?
Page number 224 of the PMBOK is critical:- It contains all the formulas for the cost management knowledge area, which can be used in the schedule management knowledge area as well. Remember it well.