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  • krzysio
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    Manuals for exam P

    It is hard to tell if you need to study calculus without knowing your background. If you did not have 3 semesters of calculus, you probably should study it. Otherwise, you should just study as much probability as possible. And then do practice problems. My ASM manual has 6 practice exams in addition to the problems in the text, and I also post exercises on this forum every week. If you can do these, I can't imagine why you would not pass.

    Yours,
    Krzys'

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    Could any one copare the Study Manual by Broverman and the one by Ostaszewski?

    Do I need both? (I have purchased the one by Broverman but it's hard for me to understand some points. Do i need another manual or do i need a book on calculus?)

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  • krzysio
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    ASM Manual for Course P, of course

    ASM Manual for Course P, of course
    http://www.studymanuals.com/exam1.htm
    you can download a practice exam there. I also post practice problems at this forum,
    and teach exam P review (August 20-21 in Bloomington/Normal, IL):
    http://www.math.ilstu.edu/actuary/prepcourses.html
    Yours,
    Krzys' Ostaszewski
    Last edited by krzysio; August 2 2005, 02:09 PM.

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  • What is the best exam prep material for Exam P in the coming Sep.?

    I have applied for the Exam p and found out there are many different types of study materials. I would like to hear your advice on which one is the best.

    I would prefer materials that provide a detailed discussion on the topics as well as some exercises. And hopefully the most cost effective one.

    Thanks a lot!
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