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CABM 2007/ 08 Edition Study Guide: The entry level CABM certification provides a solid foundation for individuals seeking an MBA degree. It is awarded to individuals who meet the official eligibility requirements and pass the 4-hour, 200 multiple-choice questions single part exam.
Information and terminology from these 10 modules serve as basis for the CABM exam. This exam has some questions that ask for your "best decisions" - they require that you pick the best possible options (after all this is the kind of capability expected out of a practical business manager on a day-to-day basis). These best options are often based on practical experience and best practices not easily found in the standard exam text books.
There are also plenty of questions on concepts, principles and theories. They mostly ask for the correct definitions and/or description of terms, just like what you see in most academic oriented business management programs. Click here for more details.
CBM 2007 / 08 Edition Study Guide - Part 1 Core Exam: The CBM certification validates your mastery of business management knowledge, skills, and abilities. It provides a common base of knowledge required of all practical business managers in all functional areas employed in all industries worldwide.
The part 1 exam has the following objectives: General Management and Organization (25%), Operations Management (25%), Marketing Management (25%), Quality and Process Management (15%), Human Resources Management (10%)
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CISM 2009 Edition Study Guides: The CISM focuses more on IS security risk management and tends to be sought after by both CISA and CISSP certification communities. ISACA deliberately created the CISM to help foster a better fusion between IT Audit and Information Security perspectives. To earn the Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM) designation, you need to pass a multiple choices exam which covers the following content areas: Information Security Governance, Information Risk Management, Information Security Program Development, Information Security Program Management, Incident Management and Response. Click here for more details.
CISA Study Guide 2009 Edition and 195 Practice Questions: To earn the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation, you need to pass a multiple choices exam which covers the following content areas: Management, Planning, and Organization of IS, Technical Infrastructure and Operational Practices, Protection of Information Assets, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, Business Application System Development, Acquisition, Implementation, and Maintenance, Business Process Evaluation and Risk Management, The IS Audit Process. Success factors in the CISA exam = 40% Technology + 60% Business Practice. Click here for more details.
CIW Security Professional Study Guide & Review Questions 2008: Content-wise, the CIW Security Professional certification exam is half conceptual and half practical. To earn the certification, you need to pass an exam which consists of 60 multiple choice questions. The pass/fail cut score is approximately at 75%. Major exam modules include: Network Security and Firewalls, Operating Systems Security, Security Auditing, Attacks and Threat Analysis
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AIT Strategic Management of Information Exam Essential Readings 2008: The AIT program covers the technical areas that insurance professionals should understand, and also prepares the IT professional with an in-depth understanding of insurance automation issues.
Content-wise, the AIT exam questions are more or less conceptual and theory-based, with very few hands on element covered. For the 85-questions two-hour AIT 134 exam, the major knowledge domains include: Creating Business Advantage With IT, Crafting Business Models, Building Networked Businesses, Making the Case for Networked Business, Understanding Internetworking Infrastructure, Assuring Reliable and Secure IT Services, Managing Diverse IT Infrastructures, Organizing and Leading the IT Function, Managing IT Outsourcing, A Portfolio Approach to IT, Data Warehousing
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Your BEST CAE Exam Prep Tool! CAE Study Guide 2009 Edition & 232 Review Questions: Becoming a Certified Association Executive (CAE) shows your commitment to the association profession. To earn the CAE title you need to first submit an application and prove to ASAE that you have met the experience and education eligibility requirements. Then you may apply to sit for the multiple choice based exam.
The CAE exam is offered in a single 4-hour session, given twice a year (in May and December) at scheduled test centers throughout the U.S. The exam uses a pass-fail cut-off mechanism determined through a criterion-referenced method. You have to answer a total of 200 questions. The candidate handbook downloadable from ASAE's web site will provide you with all the details. Click here for more details.
Quite many questions are, in my opinion, written subjectively. You can get tripped up easily if you do not pay attention to the way the questions are worded. For example, the questions like are asking for different answers even though they look highly alike: What could be the issue here? What could be done to BEST address the issue here? What has to be done FIRST in order to address the issue here? What could have been done to avoid the issue here? Click here for more details.
Mastering information security for CPP (Certified Protection Professional) exam candidate 2008 edition: There are two CPP programs. The Certified Protection Professional program is offered by the ISIS. The Certified Packaging Professional program is a different program offered by the IoPP. Click here for more details.
CPP ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions: Many CPP candidates are experienced professional who have been in the field of packaging for years, that they know most of the practical how-tos, and all they need is to learn the principles, concepts and science that are behind the practical techniques. 500+ pages worth of information is quite overwhelming for these busy professionals. Some tried to have their focus on the review questions for each chapter, and as a result they found themselves missing quite many items that were in fact not covered by the chapter review questions.
To succeed in the exam you need to get yourself truly familiar with the most important information by going through sufficiently focused revision.
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Mastering Information Security for CPP (Certified Protection Professional) Exam Candidate 2008 Edition: To take the CPP exam one must have earned a bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution of higher education, plus 7 years of security experience, including at least 3 years in responsible charge of a security function. For those without a degree, 9 years of security experience would be required. Click here for more details.
The CPP exam requires that you complete 200 multiple-choice questions covering tasks, knowledge, and skills on the following 8 topics: Security Principles, Business Principles, Personnel Security, Physical Security, Information Security, Emergency Practices, Investigations, Law and Regulations
Information Security is an emerging topic. As of the time of this writing it is worth 5.5% of your total score, which is no big deal if you score really well in the other subject areas. If, however, your performance is pretty marginal on average then this 5.5% could make a brutal difference. Click here for more details.
PSP ExamEssentials Special Topics Study Guide & Practice Test: Many PSP candidates are experienced professional who have been in the field of security for years, that they know most of the practical how-tos, and all they need is to learn the principles, concepts and science that are behind the physical security techniques. Going through all the reference material officially listed would be quite overwhelming for these busy professionals.
The PSP exam requires that you complete multiple-choice questions covering tasks, knowledge, and skills on the following topics: Domain I: Physical Security Assessment (30%), Domain II: Application, Design and Integration of Physical Security Systems (40%), Domain III: Implementation of Physical Security Measures (30%). Click here for more details.
Coverage is highly extensive - in fact so extensive that it wouldn't recommend taking the exam until you are fully drilled on the relevant topics.
The whole idea behind professional physical security is that you need to know what are to be protected behind the door and the values involved in order determining the suitable security measures to be deployed. Your security solution must be practical and realistic and must be within budget, while being capable of offering the level of security in need. Click here for more details.
ISP ExamFOCUS Study Notes: The ISP exam has 110 questions that much be answered in 120 minutes. There are 100 mandatory questions that form the core of the exam. All Candidates complete those questions. An additional 10 questions are on electives, with 4 elective areas available, which are COMSEC/TEMPEST, Counterintelligence, Intellectual Property, and OPSEC. Two electives must be chosen, 5 questions each. Click here for more details.
CPO Final Challenge ExamFOCUS Study Notes: The CPO program was created by the IFPO to provide "current, useful, consolidated security training that provides vital 'need to know' information for Protection Officers throughout the Security Industry."
The Certified Protection Officer (CPO) Final Challenge is an option which, for US$100.00, would allow you to receive the same designation as an individual who completed the CPO program under the regular course of study. The CPO Final Challenge option would reduce the time of study required since the only required examination involved in this program would be that of the CPO Final Examination.
The CPO Program Final Examination consists of 328 true/false and multiple choice questions, with a four (4) hour time limit. It has a coverage which is highly extensive - in fact so extensive that it wouldn't recommend taking the exam until you are fully drilled on the relevant topics. Click here for more details.
CPM All-in-one Integrated Study Guide 2009 Edition and 120 Review Questions: The Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) designation is globally the most recognized designation for supply management professionals. The program is designed for experienced supply managers, and focuses on managerial and leadership skills, plus a variety of specialized functions designed to enhance the value of the profession. The Accredited Purchasing Practitioner (APP) designation is specifically designed for entry-level supply management professionals, or those primarily engaged in the operational side of the supply function.
The CPM program consists of four multiple-choices exam modules: Module 1: Purchasing Process (identical to APP Module 1), Module 2: Supply Environment (identical to APP Module 2), Module 3: Value Enhancements Strategies, Module 4: Management
The APP program consists of two multiple-choices exam modules: Module 1: Purchasing Process (identical to CPM Module 1), Module 2: Supply Environment (identical to CPM Module 2). Click here for more details.
PMP Revised Syllabus Study Guide 2008 Edition: To be eligible for the PMP certification, you must first meet specific education and experience requirements specified by the PMI and agree to adhere to a code of professional conduct. The final step in becoming a PMP is passing the PMP credential examination.
The PMP examination consists of multiple-choice questions that are designed to measure your comprehension of the newly revised BOK: Initiating the Project - 11%, Planning the Project - 23%, Executing the Project - 27%, Monitoring and Controlling the Project - 21%, Closing the Project - 9%, Professional and Social Responsibility - 9%. Click here for more details.
This BOK is just a new presentation of the same old PM framework, with some small changes in the actual contents (let's face it; there hasn't been any major breakthrough in the field of PM these recent years).
In the eyes of the PM professionals, PM is not just PM alone. Instead, PM is an art and science that spans across multiple disciplines. This PMP Study Guide enhances your exam readiness by covering the various PM theories and techniques as well as providing you with readings on all the above disciplines, just to ensure that you won't get caught unprepared. Click here for more details.
PRINCE2 Foundation Exam Study Guide 2008 Edition & 75 Practice Questions: You may think of Prince2 as a process-based approach for PM method which follows a well structured framework. It describes procedures to coordinate people and activities in a project, how to design and supervise the project, and what to do if the project has to be adjusted if it does not work out as planned.
As a process-driven PM method, PRINCE2 has become the de facto standard for project management in the UK and in many other countries. Certification can be obtained through passing the multiple choice based Foundation exam and the essay based Practitioner exam. Click here for more details.
PRINCE2 covers eight major processes, which are: i, Starting Up a Project (SU); ii, Planning (PL); iii, Initiating a Project (IP); iv, Directing a Project (DP); v, Controlling a Stage (CS); vi, Managing Product Delivery (MP); vii, Managing Stage Boundaries (SB); and viii, Closing a Project (CP). Mastery of these topics is required for passing the PRINCE2 exams. Within these 8 processes there are 45 separate sub-processes. To pass the exam you need to know these processes inside and out.
To become a Registered Practitioner, you have to first sit the Foundation Exam and then the Practitioner Exam. You are not allowed to sit the Practitioner exam without first having passed the Foundation exam. However, you do not have to take a course to sit the examinations
The foundation exam is a Multiple-choice closed book exam with 75 questions. You need to gain 50% in order to pass. This PRINCE2 Foundation Study Guide enhances your exam readiness for the foundation exam by covering the various PRINCE2 theories and techniques as well as providing you with readings on the relevant disciplines, just to ensure that you won't get caught unprepared. Click here for more details.
CCCM Integrated Study Guide & 140 Review Questions 2009 Edition: In order to earn the CCCM, a candidate must fulfill the eligibility requirement and must pass the Commercial Knowledge module. The CCCM exam is all MC based. It has quite many questions that ask for your "best decisions" (i.e. how you will tackle a situation in a live environment). They are not tricky questions, but just that they are not as straight forward as the standard text book type questions.
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ExamESSENTIALS Study guide & Practice Test for CFCM: CFCM will need to pay special attention to the topics on federal contract management. In order to earn the CFCM, a candidate must fulfill the eligibility requirement and must pass the Federal Contract module.
The federal contract management module is MC based. It has knowledge items that are federal contract specific, even though most concepts and theories of business contracting would still apply (for CFCM you do want to know the Federal Acquisition Regulation inside and out). The exam has quite many questions that ask for your "best decisions" (i.e. not purely definitional questions). They are not tricky questions, but just that they are not as straight forward as the standard text book type questions.
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Instead of following a rigid topic flow, ExamREVIEW.com gives you the freedom to review topics in any order you like. Taking into account the fact that knowledge on the general business environment would help a lot in your exam study effort (even though the GB module is no longer required); GB related materials are retained in this study guide. For the best possible exam performance, you may want to use this study guide together with other study resources. Do your readings, and give yourself enough time to digest what you have read. Link the theories and concepts to your real world contract management experience, then you will do fine for sure.
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