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ryanpez 12-12-2018 10:54 PM

Old Exam MLC Manual Question
 
I would like to begin preparing for the Spring sitting of LTAM. I currently have the 13th edition ASM study manual for MLC. Is there anyone using an older study manual or that used an MLC manual to prepare for LTAM? I know they took out some of the older material and added some new material for LTAM. Is LTAM really that different from MLC? Would anyone know of an additional guide to supplement with the older MLC manual to cover the new material? Any help or suggestions greatly appreciated. Don't really have the funding at the moment for a new manual. Also besides the ASM study manual what other supplementary manuals do you recommend to master the material? Adapt? TIA? Thanks.

ActuariallyDecentAtBest 12-13-2018 10:32 AM

I would just use TIA, that's all you really need for LTAM. Not sure if using an older manual is the best idea.

cyitwei 12-13-2018 10:58 PM

you can search for the Fall 2018 LTAM exam and see how it covered the new topics.


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