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02-11-2002, 04:14 PM
I have the All10 manual for this one and was wondering what order to follow - should I follow the manual or the study schedule that's suggested on their website? This is my first exam like this so I'm a bit overwhelmed at all of the material. Any suggestions?
02-12-2002, 08:59 AM
I have been told that the NEAS study schedule is great. I (company) also bought the All-10 manuals, and will use the sections along with each paper as a supplement.
The advantage of the NEAS vs All-10 schedule is supposed to be that it takes into account, not only the relative progression of the material, but the benefit per hour of study time with respect to points on the exam.
02-12-2002, 11:28 AM
Thanks C5Mich. Good luck!
02-15-2002, 05:17 PM
The NEAS recommended study schedule which you get upon registering with the seminar is very helpful. You can look at the last two exams and see the point values per reading. The NEAS wants you to spend 20% of the reading on Workers Comp for around 5% of the points, so I would not applaud the free NEAS schedule on the website because of points per hour study. The all-10 manual is a must for the non-reader.
02-22-2002, 02:17 PM
I think the reason for the high allocation of hours to the wc paper is due to the fact the Feldblum wrote it (NEAS seminar teacher). Although I know that it has also been a difficult paper for people to grasp that do not have that type of work experience.
So far I like the path of the NEAS study schedule, and the additional information I've received in the seminar packet has been a great supplement so far...so has the all-10 manuals.
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