The great thing about this method is that it is easy to follow and very effective. There are also no expensive tools needed! You can buy the materials needed for free, if you can’t find them locally.
This method uses a simple scoring system to determine a person’s strengths and weaknesses. However, your knowledge of Prince II is going to be a crucial factor in how effective your score will be. In order to figure out your weaknesses, you have to study for and review Prince II, but that shouldn’t be too difficult.
With Prince II, you are given a number of pre-printed problems to study on. These problems have solutions in case you don’t understand some of the concepts behind Prince II.
As you work through the problems, you need to come up with practical problems. As you review more problems, you will find yourself struggling more with theoretical ones. This happens because you haven’t studied enough to be able to follow Prince II and, since there are only a limited number of concepts to understand, you can’t focus on one topic for too long.
Once you do discover a concept or idea that you need to understand, you can move onto working on the problems for Prince II. After all, you can’t truly grasp Prince II unless you learn a good amount of facts about it.
As your mind and body become more alert, you will begin to see patterns and relationships much easier. What this means is that, as you review a certain problem set again, you will begin to build a foundation of knowledge. This will help you when it comes time to take the real exam.
If you feel like your mental, physical memory and attention span are both going to be extremely important, you will want to go online and use flashcards to practice the vocabulary, sounds, and concepts that you need to know. In fact, you should really get a good idea of what flashcards will be beneficial for you.
I personally used a course practice test and practice problems for Prince II. This allowed me to review the topics before my actual exam. It was also good to learn how to use a timer in Prince II to help me pace myself.
When it came time to take the exam, I ended up doing two things. First, I read through the entire Prince guide and second, I looked over the actual Prince manual. I felt that the first method was actually more effective than the second method.
On the day of the exact test, I went through the exact same steps as I had done the day before, but I didn’t take the test until right before lunch. This made the material seem less dry and boring and gave me a bit of time to prepare.
If you are ready to take the next step and figure out what you need to know about Prince II, make sure that you get the word out. Come up with questions, start reading and practicing and by the time the exam rolls around, you will be ready.