Project Server 2007 Certification

I was looking at the preparation guide of Microsoft Project Server 2007 exam (70-633) and was shocked to see that I have never looked at it carefully.   Why because I have a good experience of working in project server 2003 and project server 2007 environments which covers all aspects of the exam. 

  • Skills measured by Exam 70-633
    • Initiating Projects
    • Save Microsoft Office Project Professional projects.
    • Create proposals.
    • Create activity plans.
    • Build a resource plan.
  • Planning Projects
    • Plan scope and cost.
    • Plan time.
    • Plan resources.
    • Manage resource capacity.
    • Create a risk item.
  • Executing Projects
    • Match and replace resources.
    • Build Project Team with named resources.
    • Distribute information to project stakeholders.
    • Create a timesheet.
    • Manage timesheets.
    • Review and approve a timesheet.
  • Monitoring and Controlling Projects
    • Enter task updates.
    • Manage status reports.
    • Report data by using PWA.
    • Manage issues and risks.
    • Manage deliverables.
  • Managing Project Professional and PWA Environments
    • Access Project Center.
    • Log on to PWA by using Windows Internet Explorer.
    • Authenticate Project Professional to a project server.
    • Set options.
    • Create, save, or update enterprise templates.
  • If you have worked in implementing an EPM environment or worked as EPM Expert or PMO using Project server 2007 this exam could be very easy for you.  I have good understanding of most of the topics that are listed above but I would like to do a little preparation of the Deliverables, Resource Plans and Managing Timesheets because they are new and a little hard to understand topics.

    Hopefully I will go for this exam this Saturday.  I am confident that I will be able to pass the exam easily.

    I am using the following books


    Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 Unleashed 

    The study guide for the exam is available at



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