One of my friends finally suggested thinking about pmp proxy exam. I thought, after all, that had happened, why not take a chance with it also. So I started searching for proxy exam providers on LinkedIn and other available sites. I got many providers for it, but to my surprise, they were demanding a huge advance. And already being fooled once by the dump vendor, I was very confused about it. So I asked them if they can guarantee the passing. But none of them agreed to it.
Also while searching I came to know about a lot of fraud cases who just take your money and vanish. So I did not want to take another risk with my hard-earned money. I kept on searching. One day found this a site cbtproxy I saw their site and connected with them. To my surprise, they were the first provider who gave me the passing guarantee without me even asking them. Also, they verified it by saying that I can pay once I pass PMP Exam.
This was a little new to me so I started researching about them. I got a lot of positive feedback from them. SO I thought to give them a try. I booked my exam again but without any expectations and high hope. Their team was super helpful and supportive. They explained to me about their process and asked me not to worry. I left everything on them. On the exam day, they again explained the process and asked me to just chill my mind. But how could have I chilled? I have lost a lot of effort and a lot of money and I was super anxious since I was very new to this proxy exam thing.
I was also determined to clear the exam in one attempt. So, I started getting the best source for the study material. I bought the PMBOK guide and took the VOD courses from LinkedIn Learning and Udemy. I watched the video training and went through the PMBOK guide thrice. After all the preparation I was confident and to finalize my preparation, I tried some PMP Q&A and PMP Practice Tests from different vendors including PMI. It was a very long, tiring, and exhausting process, but it was worth it since I was going to get my PMP certification (at least I thought so!).
On the day of the exam I was super excited, but after I took the exam, I just saw all my efforts going down the drain. I scored below average in 4 domains. But my will of clearing the exam was greater than my disappointment, so I started preparing for the exam again. I went through the same training process again, but this time much more focused and attentive than the last time. This time I knew my weak areas, so I had an advantage and focused on those areas a lot. I also took a weeklong of PMP Bootcamp at my local PMI Chapter.