Requirements

Basic Maths

Basic Knowledge of Project management and PMBOK is Preferred
Description
Welcome,
Why PMP Maths is important
In PMP Exam out of 200 there are almost 3040 Questions that involve Mathematical Formulas, Equations and numerical. So even if you are not good at Maths you just cannot ignore them.
PMBok Guide has loads of different formulas related to Earned Value Management, Critical Path Method, Activities duration and cost estimates, Risk Management, Project Selection Methods,Communications Channels, Decision Tree Diagram, Expected Monetary Value etc
Similarly, it has loads of acronyms associated with Mathematical Formulas i.e. EV, AC, EAC, SPI, ETC, TCPI, EVM, PERT, BCR, IRR, NPV etc
This is something that is not easy to master just by reading PMBok Guide or some other text book.
At the same time, it’s very important Understanding the concept and Logic behind Formula. Just take the example of Point of Total assumption formula even if you memorize the Formula and you don’t understand what it means by Ceiling Price, Target Price then you will not be able to extract these values from questions in the exam.
Why to Take my Course
Since PMP Exam and PMBok Guide are already very dry and boring so ideally, you don’t want a course that is just a Powerpoint Slideshow readout where Instructor is reading the Screens. This is nearly the same experience you have reading a book yourself.
This is where my course is different, I will explain all concepts in detail in interactive videobased style lectures on this whiteboard where.
I will make sure this “Hard Math” is simplified in concepts and gives you detail regarding the background logic of the formulas using simple realworld examples. That makes it easy to remember.
How the Course is Structured
I have structured this course in a way that first I will explain all formulas in detail in lectures then I will show you how to solve sample Exam questions and lastly there will be a quiz so that you can assess your knowledge.
What is covered in this Course?
 Cover all “Earned Value Management” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Critical Path Method ” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Activities Cost and Duration Estimates” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Communication Channels” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Decision Tree Analysis” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Expected Monetary Value ” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Project Selection Methods” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
 Cover all “Point of Total Assumption” Mathematical Formulas and Related Questions in PMP Exam
What’s done for this course
I have spent plenty of time on brainstorming and researching to make this course as simple as possible.
I have gone through the whole PMBOK Guide and covered each and every Mathematical formula in this course even if it simple formula like a standard deviation that is P – O /6 so this course will be enough to cover the Mathematical part of the PMP Exam.
Trust me this Course is a Treasure and no one did this topic like this before Udemy.
After taking this course, I can guarantee you, that you would not need to forcefully dump your brain with so many formulas rather you would be to able conceptualize the Formulas to remember them forever.
Still, in case you change your mind, you have Money Back Guarantee So you have nothing to lose.
Who this course is for:
 PMP Exam Aspirants
 Project Managers