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omarramdan 05-16-2018 10:56 AM

LTAM - infinite actuary
 
Anyone have LTAM for the infinite actuary?

How is it, does it have enough material to prepare you for the WA?

This question is also open for people who have studied for mlc using TIA

ActuariallyDecentAtBest 05-16-2018 11:03 AM

I think they're still working on the lessons for LTAM.

I can only speak for their MLC lessons and they're incredible. You really don't need a study manual for this exam (or really for any of the prelims.) Just get TIA, watch the videos, do their problems, and practice tests, and you'll be all set.

man_risk 05-16-2018 12:25 PM

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Originally Posted by ActuariallyDecentAtBest (Post 9324381)
I think they're still working on the lessons for LTAM.

I can only speak for their MLC lessons and they're incredible. You really don't need a study manual for this exam (or really for any of the prelims.) Just get TIA, watch the videos, do their problems, and practice tests, and you'll be all set.

I am sure TIA is an excellent resource, but it is also quite pricey (the student price is not so bad though). A manual tends to be a cheaper (and adequate) product, for those who are more price sensitive.

sukkev08 05-16-2018 05:14 PM

I'm using TIA for LTAM. Most of materials are transitioned from MLC, and TIA is working on few other topics. They should be ready in June per TIA.

I agree with it's quite pricey, but definitely worth the price if you are a watch-learner.


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