Henrique Moura’s PMP® study guide is simply called PMP: Project Management Professional Exam. Part of the McGraw-Hill Education series, it’s a complete guide to preparing for the exam.
It starts with a framework and overview of the whole thing to set the context, then dives into the process groups followed by the knowledge areas – in other words, it covers the content of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide®) – Fifth Edition as you’d expect from a quality exam prep guide.
Henrique Moura is a project management trainer with international experience and an expert volunteer for the Fifth Edition, so he knows the material well and presents it with clarity.
The book itself is nice. The layout is user-friendly, the diagrams are helpful and clear. There are review exercises alongside memorisation exercises (because memorising info, although dull, is part of what’s going to get you through the exam – there’s no pretending in this book). I also liked that each chapter ends with relevant exam questions and answers plus there’s a full-length practice test as well.