When you are trying to pinpoint your areas of strength and weakness, detailed reporting is crucial. To help you master all the areas of the PMP exam, the CertWise Learning System for PMP Preparation can give you question-by-question analysis and analytics based on your quiz results. Here’s a short tour of its features.
Immediate Feedback on Quizzes and Tests
You receive immediate feedback after every online quiz answer you submit. The system shows you whether the answer is correct. It also supplies a descriptive rationale to help you understand the question and answer. A reference to the text materials helps you get more information, if that short description isn’t enough.
Review Your Quiz Attempts
The intent is to get smarter about the subject – and to recognize your progress. You can go back into a quiz or test at any time to view your previous attempts. That lets you review which specific questions you got right or wrong.
Quiz and Test Reports
While it’s useful to get question-by-question feedback, it isn’t as helpful as understanding your areas of weakness. The reporting features can provide a bit of enlightenment.
The Exam Comparison report shows a chapter-by-chapter level breakdown of your scores from the Pre-Test, Post-Test, and Practice Exam in a side-by-side chart. From this view, you can see how you improved throughout the course.
These tests can also help you plan your study time. If your pre-test score is 80% in Scope Management and only 40% in Quality Management, it’s a clue to alter your focus in the weeks ahead.
Quiz Best Score Reports
The report that really gives you the most value, however, is the Quiz Best Score report, which compares your best results from one chapter quiz to the next. These quizzes are much longer and more topic focused and in-depth than the Pre-Test, Post-Test, and Practice exams (which cover topics from across the program). As a result, these chapter quizzes are the truest indication of which topic areas are causing you to struggle.
Come back to this report often. It helps you to track the ebb and flows of your subject competency. Doing so will help you gain confidence to move on to the Post-Test and Practice Exams as a final push before the real thing!
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