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    Hi Guys,
    I have a good understanding of Calculus and Probability. I want to take the first exam cas-1 in Feb 2006. I am planning to go through the text book by Sheldon Ross and actex stidy manual by Sam Broverman. Do you think it will be sufficient or do you suggest any thing else?

    Thanks,
    Prakash

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    Sounds good.
    Whether you are the lion or the gazelle, when the sun comes up, you better be running.

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      Originally posted by siri143
      I have a good understanding of Calculus and Probability.
      Once you can solve example problems, you will need lots of practice with mixed problems. I recommend that you then work every problem against the clock. Give yourself no more than 6 minutes per problem. Also do sets of 30 problems under exam conditions. Do not rework the same problems repeatedly, else it'll become memorization.

      Good practice!

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