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03-20-2004, 10:50 PM
so where is everyone with respect to the syllabus?
i am currently reading personal insurance with most of the readings done with the exception of health insurance and krakowski's reading. i still didn't bother to memorize the two statistical plans...
i have been looking at the past exams and found the may 2001 exam to be an absolute killer... i then checked the passing score and unsurprisingly saw that it has the lowest passing mark.
I haven't even started old exams yet, I'm still so far behind in the CPCU readings, and for the life of me I cannot retain Graves and Castillo.
03-20-2004, 11:50 PM
I think I'm just about through the CPCU readings, and retaining at least half of it.
I went through the latest exam, and the calculation stuff isn't that bad, but it's the memorization that's likely to kill me.
03-21-2004, 10:27 AM
You are too humble. Like I like in my other post, I think you will ace this exam. I feel like you know a lot of the stuff that you've covered really well. For me, even though I have gone through the majority of the material, I don't have a firm grasp of everything. For example, each week, I have been goign back to re-do the Hurricane reading's problems from the All 10 and each week I get stuck with one of the problems about territorial loss costs using credibility!
Anyway, good luck everyone. Let's just hope for an exam UNLIKE the may 2001 one!!!
ed, I appreciate the kind words, but I just did Exam 2001 this afternoon, and got a measly 32 points on the long answers.
I have 6 weeks to get all of that stuff in my head, and it seems more daunting by the second.
My study methods do not seem to be cut out for this test. I'm going to have to hope and pray that I remember enough from this intense cramming that I am doing come May 7.
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