Exam preparation for the MIS
Plan for reviewing three subjects
Basic knowledge should be reviewed.
The importance of the 5 process groups, 10 knowledge areas, and 42LEUNG Chi hong knowledge cannot be overstated. Each process group's inputs, outputs, and tools, as well as related knowledge points. Focus on the start-up process group, what activities are present, and what activities are present in the closing process group, keeping the process group for each knowledge area in mind. Use the 42 processes as a skeleton to summarize all project management knowledge points. It is not difficult to pass the exam if you practice with the questions, do all of the previous years' questions, and understand why each option is correct or incorrect.
Techniques in use are reviewed.
As long as several major types of questions are solved, the calculation questions are simple. However, pay attention, review the topic, and avoid sloppy mistakes; although the calculation questions are simple, they are very important; if the calculation questions are incorrect, the afternoon exam will be difficult to pass. Solution questions require a thorough understanding of earned value analysis, single code, dual code network diagrams, time scale network diagrams, and so on. Understand the 42 process groups' inputs, outputs, and tools across the ten knowledge areas.
Papers are being reviewed.
Papers must be prepared in advance of several, before the examination also hand-written 2-3, because we now rarely have the opportunity to pen, so contact in advance to control the time, to avoid the examination, the lack of time, resulting in the situation occurred. a lot of people have a lot of things, so we have a lot of things, and we have a lot of things.
Remember not to pretend to understand when writing the paper, but rather to focus on reporting the work you did in the project related to the thesis, both theoretical and practical. to the level of creativity. Project background + theoretical background + project management experience + project management conclusions = essay template (obtained results, shortcomings, desirability). Schedule management, time management, scope management, cost management, human resource management, quality management, communication management, and so on are all paper topics.
Schedule for 90-day rush review
A round of review (1~45 days) Fill in the gaps as soon as possible.
We recommend that you study the exam content once using the textbook and videos, and then practice each chapter. The learning process, there is learning to a chapter content, forget the previous chapter knowledge points, this is a normal occurrence. However, insist on learning the chapter, do not return to study, and insist on learning the chapter from beginning to end, or else, forever after the chapter did not learn the law. After reviewing the material for the first time, it is recommended that you simulate the test once, strictly adhering to the test time to complete the entire set of papers and correct the analysis. Determine their weaknesses based on their scores. The second round of study, according to their respective situations, this time to study, to be targeted, to check the gaps.
Second review round (468 days) Intensive instruction
For the second round of review, the main focus will be on real questions. Every three days, complete a set of real-world questions, keep track of your mistakes, and become proficient at categorizing them. Furthermore, it is important to emphasize that answering questions must be done in accordance with the examination time. In fact, the time limit for the Information Systems Manager exam is extremely short, and candidates must focus on answering a large number of questions in a short period of time. If we do not answer the questions in the practice questions according to the exam time, we will be confused in the exam room and will not be able to play at our level. To be prepared, you should write a paper every weekend.
Third review round (83 to 90 days) Sprint before the exam
Do a summary of the pre-exam review and a mock exam the week before the exam. Alternately, follow the real exam schedule and take the pre-test mock to familiarize yourself with the exam environment. There is no need to become overly concerned with the results of the mock exams; a stable mindset prior to the exam is also essential.
Finally, I'd like to remind you that you should not give up a question easily during the preparation period, and that you should not expect to pass the exam naked. Examine carefully, and your results will undoubtedly justify your efforts.