Simply choosing to undertake the study required to prepare for this test is a milestone for me,. I embraced the hours of study that helped me to reverse an abhorrence of tests, or the practice of affixing letters to my name. I am excited for the formalization and advancement of my work over the past several years
I feel my experience and memorized concepts are aiding me to deliver the best score possible and I accept the result at the end, good or bad.
Whatever happens, I know what will come out of this is usage and practice of the PMP concepts and techniques in my career. There is no single test that grades my performance as a project leader in day-to-day life. I think the test is a practical means of prescribing best practices, and the certification is a contract to do the work right. The PMP is only a trophy as far as passing the test goes, the other side of it is a responsibility: a contract to do work according to the standard.
Write, post, publish, prophet!