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  1. Team Learnovative says:

    We have successfully completed our November PMP workshop with 19 participants. It was a very interactive workshop. Lot of knowledge sharing and Q&A happened during all the 4 days of workshop. We are happy to highlight that all participants have confirmed that their objectives are met 100% with our workshop. Now they are into preparation for PMP certification exam. We will be there to support them during their preparation and practice tests…
    We wish them all the very Best!!

  2. Arup Kumar Pal says:

    I have passed my PMP exam on 21st January, 2014 and happy to inform that Learnovative helped me a lot to achieve such a big milestone. My special thanks to Vijay for his continuous support and guidance. It was very much well planned and interactive training session. I am sure everybody will like the training. Thanks a lot to LEARNOVATIVE!!!
    - Arup Kumar

  3. Vidyadhar Ghanta, PMP says:

    Hi All,

    It is my pleasure to inform you that I have passed my PMP certification exam on 26/Mar/2014. I attended my PMP training from Learnovative between (28/Sep/2013 to 06/Oct/2013). I would say, it was one of my best trainings I have ever got.

    My sincere thanks to Vijay Bandaru, our Trainer – for his excellent training and wonderful support from application submission till my exam date. I got immediate response and required support whenever I requested him for something. Thank you very much, Vijay!!

    My special thanks to Vijay Shivaji, Academy Manager – for all his coordination, providing plenty of material, follow-ups with the team, and motivating us towards certifications.

    I would like to share my comments for the PMI aspirants so that it may be helpful to them in clearing their PMP certification.

    1. Material used in the preparation:
    I have mostly used the following in my preparation:
    a) PMBOK: Completed twice initially.
    b) Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Prep 8th Edition (aligned with PMBOK 5th version): Completed once.
    c) PMBOK: Completed the Third round in just 1 day just before the exam.
    d)Then I have gone through documents related Formulas, Project Management Templates, “The_Short_Guide_to_Becoming_a_PMP.pdf”, “Tips And Tricks For The Pmp Exam.pdf “, and few videos on knowledge areas. Document on Procurement was really good (“Analytical questions from Procurement Management knowledge area.pdf”), and “PMP V4 Notes.docx” is also a good one to quickly refresh the topics.
    e)There is plenty of material available but I did not spend much time on the rest of the documents.

    2. Sample Tests taken:
    a) I answered nearly 1500 questions in the sample tests including – 25 questions tests, 50 question tests, and 1 full test. It includes the Practice Exam questions given at the end of every chapter in Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Prep Exam book. But not including the test questions taken during our Learnovative training.
    b) I have taken sample tests from ‘PM FASTrack’ and also from our Learnovative website.
    c) I have taken only one 200-questions Full test just 2 days before my exam date. But I recommend you to take at least 3 Full tests before the exam.

    3. PMP Preparation Planning:
    a) Effort Estimation:
    It took me approximately 250 hours effort for completing my PMP exam preparation, after attending our Learnovative PMP Training classes.
    Optimistic = 180 hours, Most likely = 240 hours, Pessimistic = 360 hours.
    PERT Estimate = (O+4*M+P)/6 = 250 hours.
    Standard Deviation (SD) = (P-O)/6 = 30 hours.
    Range of Effort Estimates = (250-30 to 250+30) i.e., 220 hours to 280 hours.

    b) Plan:
    i.I have used ‘Rollingwave Planning (Progressive Elaboration)’. Prepare a high-level plan for yourself as we can’t know the depth of the required preparation initially, and enhance the plan with definite schedule dates as you progress. I used to plan deliverables for the current week (Eg. Completing 2 specific chapters in this week) and overall high-level plan for the rest with tentative dates.
    ii. PMBOK First round: See how much time it is taking to complete one Chapter in PMBOK and multiply it with number of chapters to get a high level effort and schedule estimate.
    iii. PMBOK Second round: You will be able to complete the whole PMBOK second time with just less than 40% of the First round effort.
    iv. Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Prep book: You can follow the same process. Complete one chapter and see the average time it will take for the rest of the chapters.
    v. Plan at least one 50-questions exam after completion of each chapter. This pattern is followed in Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Preparation book.

    c) Re-planning:
    i. Do not forget to revise the plan to incorporate the changes and to make it realistic.
    ii. Consider Risks (personal emergencies, tight schedules at office during release times etc.) while planning. Revise the plan accordingly.
    iii. Simple excel or in notebook work is enough for the planning. It will not take much time.

    4. Measuring and Tracking your Progress:
    a) Earned Value: Always measure “Earned Value (EV)” of your preparation against the plan, but not just the actual effort spent. Example: You have planned to complete 2 chapters in a week. But if some portion of the work is still remained at the end of the week, you need to either put extra effort going forward to achieve the plan or revise the plan to make it realistic.
    b) Daily Plan & Tracking: This is very important. Do not wait till the whole week is completed to see the progress. By that time it may be late to realize that you have missed the plan largely. Decompose the weekly plan into daily tasks and just ensure that you are meeting daily plan. I’m sure we get many other priority things to take care apart from PMP preparation. So, try to achieve more than the planned everyday to minimize the risk. If this is not possible, try to cover the today’s loss tomorrow instead of extending the schedule.
    c) You can plan a weekly off during the preparation. It may be refreshing and you can get ready with full energy for the next week’s preparation.

    5. Areas that need additional attention:
    a)Get good grip on Inputs, Tools and Techniques and Outputs for all the processes. Yes, it covers most of the PMBOK .
    b) Have clear understanding and differentiation on various organizational structures – Functional, Matrix and Projectized.
    c) Be familiar with formulas related- Earned Value Management (EVM), Expected Monetary Value (EMV), Critical path calculation etc.
    d) As part of ‘Human Resource Management’, be familiar with different Motivation theories like – McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Herzberg’s Theory etc. These are given in Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Prep book, or you can you search in internet.
    e) It is important to know how we should deal with Change Requests and Conflict Resolution in various scenarios.
    f) Have clear understanding and differentiation among various types of Contracts and should be able to apply contract types based on the given scenario. Be familiar with the procurement formulas.

    Important Note: These are just some of the areas that need additional focus, but not the questions. Each and every chapter in PMBOK is equally important for PMP Certification exam. I do not want to discuss to a more granule level, as we all know that “FULLY ADHERING TO – ‘PMI CODE OF ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT’ – IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY”.

    6. Scoring Tips:
    a) ‘Rita’s Process Chart’ in Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Prep book (Page-50) is very helpful to identify and differentiate what activity belongs to which Process group. You can get minimum 10 questions correct using this chart.
    b) Do not skip the Practice Exam given at the end of every chapter in ‘Rita Mulcahy’s PMP Exam Prep’ book. You can take the practice exams from Learnovative website as well. Importantly, review the clarification given for the answers. You can quickly learn many things from the clarifications.
    c) Most of the PMP Exam questions are focused to test our ability in applying the project management processes, knowledge, and skills. This is the key to success. So instead of trying to memorize (like ‘Tools and Techniques’ for each Process), try to map it with our related experience (“how we perform the process in real time”) so that it we can easily recollect. Project Management templates/documents and Project documents that we use in our work will help you for this mapping.
    Example:
    i. We prepare Test Plan (Quality Management Plan) and Test cases (Quality checklists) in ‘Plan Quality Management’ process. Generally we also include ‘Quality/Test Metrics’ and ‘Process Improvement Plan’ in the same Quality Management Plan instead of preparing separate documents.
    ii. ‘Perform Quality Assurance’ will be generally performed by ‘SQA/Process team’ to ensure that the defined quality Processes and Standards are being followed in the project.
    iii. In ‘Control Quality’ process, internal Quality/Testing team performs testing to verify whether or not the individual deliverables meet the requirements.
    iv. These internally tested/verified deliverables from ‘Control Quality’ process will go as input to ‘Validate Scope’ process in ‘Scope Management’ for Customer’s verification and acceptance, and we get ‘Accepted Deliverables’ from ‘Validate Scope’ process.

    d) Some of the questions will be wordy and contain lot of text. Questions may even contain irrelevant data just to distract you. Do not get trapped with such data in the questions.
    e) Generally the actual question will be the last statement in that question. So, it is better to look at the last statement to understand the actual question and then come back read the complete question from the beginning. It may save some of your time. Practice this in your practice tests, and if it works you can apply in the exam.
    f) I spent more time in first 1.5 hours during the exam trying to answer each question, and I had to quicken the remaining questions to catch up the time and lost some marks eventually. I should have skipped the time-taking questions to the next round review. So keep an eye on the time and plan your “average time to answer a question”. You can answer simple questions first and come back once one round of answering is completed.

    7. Exam slot booking and appearing exam:
    a) If you are consistently getting more than 75% in all the tests – in each Process Group, each Knowledge Area, 25-questions tests, 50-questions test, and Full tests, then I believe you are fully ready for the final PMP certification exam.
    b) Except weekends, I observed that exam slots are available almost every day. And there are 3 slots in a day to take the exam (morning, afternoon and evening). Once you are ready and feel confident, go ahead and book your slot as soon as possible. We automatically pay more attention than before and put our sincere efforts for the exam only after we block the exam slot.
    c) Visit the Prometric center before the exam, to avoid any last minute rush to find out its address. Better to bring your Passport as your ID proof as they are mostly asking for it. You can carry some snacks and get relaxed during the exam as we need to spend nearly 5 hours including check-in and check-out.

    All the best to all the PMP aspirants!!

    Thanks and Regards,
    Vidyadhar Ghanta, PMP
    vidyadhar.g@gmail.com / 984-975-1299

  4. Sreekar says:

    I’m very delighted to blog here. I attained my PMP on 25, April 2014. All the credit goes to Learnovative and very inspiring person Mr. Vijay Bandaru and equally supprotive Mr Vijay S.R.

    I started my journey one year ago when I first took the 4 day workshop under Vijay B. Since then I received continious push and motivation by both the Vijay’s. Unfortunately, I had to break from my study due to variuos personal and professional reasons but both the Vijay’s kept the hope and constant encouragement to ensure I clear my PMP. They also provided me refresher course by allowing me to attend one of their regular workshop. This proves their zeal and making all the participants attain enrolled credentials. Thank you Learonavtive and both of you. You guys rock!

    I would also like to breifly share my study plan and experience. My approach was very simple. Just followed the advise what Vijay B normally gives on the last day of every workshop (3 hour a day study to cover PMBOK guide, Rita Mulcahy, KA wise practice exams, 4 hour mock exams and revising the workshop material). Following the advise one can easily attain the credential in about 6 weeks duration. Based on the number of hours one can put in each day you can create you own schedule and go about it.

    Studying for PMP definitely changed my prespective in looking at dayin dayout activities in my professional life. My journey of project management career just begun.

    I would like to end my blog with a tip. On top of your elibility criteria please ensure you also have constant focus and despiration. It will for sure earn you the PMP credential. It is an amazing feeling to attain PMP. I’m proud to say I’ve it now!

  5. Rajeev Pareek says:

    …… I just pressed the button and closed my eyes and start chanting a “Hanuman chalisa” in my heart.
    But out curiosity, I just open my eyes ….. and ….. Pull and chair little backward and shout YES ..YES…YES…
    In front of me on a computer screen it was displaying
    “Congratulation on passing the PMP® examination”…
    It’s not a Dream.. It’s a Dream come true on on 6 June, 2014 4.15 pm @ Prometric center Hyderabad.
    I have just finished my training on @ Learnovative on 5 May 2014 and exactly a month after I was confident enough to appear for exams.. I must say ” Learnovative” and Vijay Bandaru have played a vital role in my success. 4 days of Vijay’s Classroom training put me on FastTrack and further he have not left me alone… as soon as I call him he pick my calls and solve my confusions on the topic. Whenever I mailed him and he answered me in less than 6 hrs.
    I will continue on blog… today I just wanted to share a good news with all my friends.

  6. Rajeev Pareek says:

    Although, I started reading books and blog couple of months before I went to the “Learnovative” PMP workshop but every time I just start reading PMBOK and get bore in just 3-4 lessons. i must say to create a interest first we need to attend the training session.

    I have finish my training on 5 may 2014, that have cleared almost all of my doubts and it actually work as catalyst for me.

    There are few things that I want to share with my PMP aspirant friends.

    Before attending workshop try to make a habit of reading books. I have made this practice by reading some small book, blog and watching PMP related videos; anything which create interest.
    As soon as you finish your workshop , immediately plan out your study plan, like divide the whole knowledge area, and put a date again each one (obviously follow them strictly too).
    Suppose someday due to XYZ reason you missed the target date, extend your day and try to finish on same day, I did it and it’s very important. Also analyze the XYZ reason and make a mitigation plan against it for future and follow it.
    Print out big charts of flow of process and put it on the wall and try to read them or have glance whenever you feel free like when you having tea or breakfast (I started having meals and at my study table only).
    Install all possible pmp mock test applications on your mobile and play with whenever you get time, even attempting 10 questions will help you. (I use them when traveling, evening walk, even in bathroom)
    Instead of learning whole ITTO try to make list of only Tools and learn their explanation, I can give a readymade list which I have made but I must suggest you to make a new list for your self,it will hel p you.
    Attempting a 200 question exam is not easy, even you have good practice.. so I must suggest as soon as you complete you first attempt of reading your preferred book start practicing 200 question paper every day.. I did 13 full test, 6 on learnovative and 5 on old fasttrack , 2 on examcentral (its free) and one more on some other site online.
    Never try to memorize ITTO, rather than practice tests (10,25,50,100,200 questions) and immediately after exam check your wrong answer and refer in book . Automatically you will learn it.
    Never feel bad when you try mock test and get low number, immediate check the wrong answer and try to find its reason.
    Never copy paste any readymade stuff from online rather then read it online and write it in your own language, it’s a part of practice.

    Reference
    Apart from PMPBOK, Rita mulchy is one of the good book that I referred. Learnovative book is a good asset to take reference; you can get immediate crisp and clear answer for almost all things. If you go with lots of books, you will end with confusion.
    At last
    Do not expect same questions that you practiced, PMP question paper is different. You need to understand the logic, process and flow rather than memorizing anything.

  7. Ashok Pillai says:

    I cleared the PMP exam on 6th November, 2014. I would say Learnovative has been the core to my understanding the whole concept.

    The flow of information from one process group to another via the different knowledge areas is one such good feature about the way, the teaching style. It helps register the concepts well.

    Simple tricks or short forms to remember some aspects is another good feature.

    Though the Learnovative questions are tougher than the ones I got in the PMP exam, I think going through that whole gamut of questions helps and makes it easier in the end.

    The whole process of studying after completion of the sessions was also helpful.

    Things which I thought are important are
    - the whole table of which knowledge area sits where in the Process groups
    - the input, tools and techniques and outputs understood for each process (not to be mugged up)
    - roles and responsibilities of Project Manager, Sponsor, Stakeholders, Functional Manager and Project Team
    - Formulae, again to be understood, but quite simple to remember with the suggestions provided by Learnovative.
    - and last, 90% of Project Manager time goes in communication. This concept helps in answering many questions.

    Taking at least 8 full tests before your exam is also crucial. And as suggested by Learnovative, try to get comfortable with all the knowledge areas. Once you have read through all information it is crucial that you go through atleast 2000-3000 questions, because that is where you will get to know how to apply the concepts you studied.

    A final thanks to Learnovative and Best of Luck to all who are looking forward to be a Certified PMP.

  8. Haricharan Sangem says:

    I have cleared PMP exam on 30th Jan, 2015. In fact I have attended training sessions at Learnovative couple of times, however, it took some time for me to attempt exam finally.
    My special thanks to Vijay Bandaru, who trained & followed me up till I wrote the exam. The tips provided during my discussions with Vijay were the key pointers to the success.
    I have started with Learnovative course, Rita Mulcahy & Andrew Crow and finally verified with PMBOK. And least but not least practiced Mathematics, which helped me for a quick turnaround!
    I took Mock tests around 5 prior the exam and one among them from Learnovative which was very tricky. Just to end my blog, I would advise everyone that to form a group and have discussions everyday on various Knowledge areas & process areas wise. This will help you a lot in gaining focus on these areas both for the exam and implementing them in reality!

  9. Phani Kumar Reddy Ankireddy says:

    I’ve passed my PMP exam with very good grades( Proficient in 4 and Moderately proficient in 1 ) on 6th October’15 after attending the 4 days weekend training program conducted by Learnovative in July’15.
    It was a great learning experience for me.These sessions really boosted my confidence levels to take the exam after my preparation for just 1 month.
    I’m really thankful to Vijay Bandaru for his constant follow-up and support during my preparation.His teaching style is unique.He helped me in understanding the ITTO in a very easy way.
    The mock exams provided in the website are of similar complexity compared to the exam.Taking these mock exmas cleared all my gaps.
    The questions base is huge and there are a variety of questions that tests your knowledge on PMP.
    I would recommend my friends to attend these PMP training sessions to crack the PMP exam in the very first attempt.

  10. Sivaramakrishnan C says:

    December 21 2015 is a memorable day in my professional career as I aced PMP in my first attempt with 4MPs and 1P. Thanks Vijay for making my dream come true.

    I wanted to become PMP certified and I use to google about the coaching centers every now and then. As it is quoted by someone, “when the student is ready, the teacher will appear”, I got introduced to our Vijay Bandaru through some contact. He advised me in attending the May 2015 PMP workshop as a first step towards PMP.

    We all know about Vijay’s skills and I don’t have to specifically mention any. The quality of the materials, the presentations were outstanding. All my silly even non-related queries were answered with utmost care. I believe LEARNOVATIVE IS THE ONLY PMP TRAINING CENTER WHERE TRAINER CALLS YOU AND GETS THE UPDATE ON YOUR PROGRESS.

    Materials Used : Learnovative’s material + PMBOK GUIDE + RITA Mulchay’s PDF are the materials that I used to have under my pillow. :)

    ITTO’s – I couldn’t have mastered it if I would have gone some where else for my 35 PDUs. The way Vijay explained it and made me/us understand them is simply outstanding.

    The test suite that we get along with the credentials that is provided on Day 1 of the workshop is more than enough to both get an idea and to successfully pass the exam. Although, I used Rita Mulchay’s exam simulator I would prefer Learnovative’s test suite as I felt the questions were challenging me which made tuned my focus on my preparation.

    Initially after let’s say 2 rounds of complete preparation using the materials, I took the full test in our Learnovative and scored 61% which came as a shock for me. I tried Rita Mulchay’s exam simulator and ended up scoring 65%.

    Upon reviewing my status with Vijay, he gave the structured plan for preparation and for taking MOCK tests. I followed them and I took the Knowledge areas test which helped in identifying my gaps. I followed the same using Rita Mulchay’s exam simulator.

    I took 20 Mock tests, close to 10 in Learnovative and 10 in Rita Mulchay’s simulator. I didn’t review the wrong answers although, I was told to so. As the test questions are nothing but the database, I didn’t want to review the wrong answers and just make it right the next time. Instead I reviewed all at once when I felt I have taken enough test and I had a good grip on the all the process and the KA.

    Although I didn’t score above 80% in all of my 20 Mock tests, my highest was 86% and the least was 78%.

    Last but not the least, I stopped touching my materials during the last week. I did practice my brain dump every day once just to make sure that I remember them and to make sure that I was completing them in the 15 mins time.

    Day of the Exam : I wasn’t anxious when I entered the Prometric center. My appointment was at 12:30 PM but, I was called in to write the exam at 11 as there was a free slot. I got frustrated and I almost thought I would fail the exam by the time I finished the first 50 questions. Out of those I marked 20 Questions for review as I wasn’t able to be sure on the answers. I took a wash room break, collected myself and came up with a free mind.

    In 2 Hours, I was able to complete the whole set of 200 questions. At the end, there were 40 questions that I marked for review – took 1 hour to understand, digest the question and I was all those questions very well.

    Atlast, it was congratulations you have cleared PMP.

    Thanks Vijay for making this happen.

    Siva, PMP

  11. Sivaramakrishnan says:

    December 21 2015, is a memorable day in my professional career as I aced PMP certification in my first attempt.

    I wanted to get PMP certified and I used to google a lot to find the right center for the training. As it is mentioned by someone, “When the time is right, the master appears”, I got Vijay’s contact by someone and after talking with him, he advised me to come and attend the May workshop.

    The materials and the presentations that were used by Vijay were outstanding and he made sure that every single question of mine was answered and he made me understand the concept with utmost care. Post workshop support was unbelievable. It is not something that is told just to attract people and once the workshop is over, they were avoided. I believe LEARNOVATIVE IS THE ONLY PLACE WHERE TRAINER WILL BE BEHIND YOU AND WILL CALL YOU AND CHECK THE PROGRESS UNTIL YOU ARE CERTIFIED.

    Vijay made sure that I was able to understand the ITTO which made me not to memorize them. He helped a lot with his extra materials for ITTO. Mock tests that we have in our Learnovative test suite is more than enough as they were challenging and the content matched with what we get in the real PMP exam.

    You want to ACE PMP in your first attempt, Learnovative is the right place. Thanks a lot Vijay for making it happen.

    Siva, PMP

  12. Prashanth Male says:

    Hi Everyone,

    This is let you know that i have passed my PMP Exam on Feb 19 2016.

    Well it all started in Oct. 2015 to learn PMP. I have finished my training in Nov. and wanted to go for an exam before the new stuff coming in for PMP exam in 2016. Unfortunately i couldn’t meet my deadlines of appearing for exam in 2015.

    I started my preparations ,well i should not call it as preparation :) but i would rather call it as reading through the book just to understand what it is talking about. And i took my time to go through the complete book, page by page, line by line. The book i am talking about is RITA.

    i two months, i did 2 rounds of RITA. then i January i have decided to take my exam and tried to intensify my studies. This is when learnovative really helped me out. I gave my first full test on Learnovative.com and have scored only 56%, DAMN that was bad :( i gave another full test in Headfirst PMP online and again i scored 60% :( now this triggered some sense of urgency.

    I started referring to RITA once again and booked my exam for feb 19th. i have 15 days of time and the interesting part is i still didn’t give a single look at PMBOK which is said to be bible of PMP.

    I started reading for couple of hours a day and giving full test on learnovating and still i was at 60 to 64%. i can’t figure out whats going wrong. Then 5 days before the exam, i have downloaded PMBOK and when i started going through PMPBOK, it just felt so comfortable to my mind, because it takes about ITTOs straight forwards which is not in case with RITA.

    Now mixing up all my knowledge which i gained through RITA and ITTO’s from PMBOK made me confident about the exam. I have given a final test on Learnovative a day before the exam and i scored 75% :) .

    By the way in the last fifteen days before my exam, i took no. of sample tests(10 questions) on learnovative when ever or where ever i got some time to do. I did 6 am in the when i woke or 12:00Am in the night when i was going to sleep :) its just a sample test with 10 questions but believe me it helps you a lot. Thanks to learnovative for these sample tests on your site.

    Long story short:

    Be good at understanding ITTOs and starting playing with your mind while you are reading through the book.

    Ex: while you are reading Identify RISKs and talking about inputs to this process, one of the input is Cost Management Plan. now start thinking what are inputs to Cost Management plan. Then you get into Project Management plan, now start thinking what are the inputs to Project Management PLan. Just start connecting dots in all directions so that your mind is ready for this exam.

    Well reach me on Prashanth.male@gmail.com so that i can share more tips or notes on the exam. Thank you.

    All the best Guys.

  13. Rani Narisetty says:

    I passed PMI ACP on June 22nd 2016.

    I took training way back in 2015 May.However I revisited my material and practice exams in Learnovative site.
    The materials and the presentations that were used by Learnovative were outstanding.Post workshop support was unbelievable. It is not something that is told just to attract people but it is true and we get inspiration from that.

    Mock tests that we have in our Learnovative test suite is more than enough as they were challenging and the content matched with what we get in the real ACP exam.

    To pass Learnovative in first attempt, I see Learnovative is the best way.
    A big thank you to Learnovative team.

    Regards
    Rani

  14. Ravi Kumar Mangiligi says:

    Happy to share that I have passed PMP Certification Exam on 16-Aug-2016.
    Received great help from Learnovative. Fantastic training provided by the trainer Vijay. He has covered all the topics, in detail, with many examples, and made it very interesting. He has also provided information on what additional material we should refer to. His expertise on PMP and his passion for excellence inspired me to focus on PMP and spend required effort. Greatly appreciate the support provided by him, even after the training.

    Many thanks to Learnovative.

    Regards,
    Ravi Kumar Mangiligi

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