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  • Transformation of jointly distributed random variables.

    How likely is it that questions requiring the knowledge of transformation of jointly distributed random variables will come up on the exam?

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    From SOA's introduction about P Exam, multivariate probability distributions account for 30%-45% of the entire exam. Transformation is only one of the ten required concepts under multivariate distributions.
    Hope this helps!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bunkey View Post
      From SOA's introduction about P Exam, multivariate probability distributions account for 30%-45% of the entire exam. Transformation is only one of the ten required concepts under multivariate distributions.
      Hope this helps!
      Thanks for the reply! Hey I was wondering when are you taking the exam???

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ronaldy27 View Post
        Thanks for the reply! Hey I was wondering when are you taking the exam???
        Tomorrow...I'm kind of stressful now...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bunkey View Post
          Tomorrow...I'm kind of stressful now...
          Sorry for the late reply but good luck bro!
          Tell me how it went!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ronaldy27 View Post
            Sorry for the late reply but good luck bro!
            Tell me how it went!
            I passed it! I was lucky, it was not as hard as I expected. Good luck to you too!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bunkey View Post
              I passed it! I was lucky, it was not as hard as I expected. Good luck to you too!
              '''! Congrats!
              WHy were you so stressed before!?
              I'm so happy for you.
              I wish I end up passing as well!!!
              How were your practice exam grades?
              I'm also a bit stressed before my practice exam scores aren't great.
              Did you use actex/asm??? TIA?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ronaldy27 View Post
                '''! Congrats!
                WHy were you so stressed before!?
                I'm so happy for you.
                I wish I end up passing as well!!!
                How were your practice exam grades?
                I'm also a bit stressed before my practice exam scores aren't great.
                Did you use actex/asm??? TIA?
                Thanks! I studied Actex Probability for Risk Management and then the P-Manual by Actex. Probability for Risk Management consists of some content not covered by the exam but the Manual proved to be extremely helpful. Its simulation tests were progressive (getting harder from Exam1 to Exam8). But to me they were all harder than the real exam. My scores ranged from 28/30 to 21/30. You should be fine if you give yourself enough time on it. It's not as hard as you imagine. Good luck!

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                • #9
                  Yeah hopefully my test won't be too hard.
                  I'm just nervous that my exam will have too many questions that I won't
                  even know how to start.

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