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Old 01-21-2019, 10:32 PM
NotSmart NotSmart is offline
Join Date: Jan 2019
Location: Hartford, CT
Studying for Exam PA
College: Capital Community College
Posts: 82

Originally Posted by windows7forever View Post
When I took MLC, CA used to have ASM manuals as their study manuals. Last summer they split up and CA developed its own manual. But compared to previous expired ASM e-manual, the new CA manual for LTAM and maybe other exams too are pretty similar to shorter version of ASM that focus on material and examples related to current syllabus.

ASM certainly works if you have a lot time to read and do most of problems. I do not have that much time to do that many old questions. If you do not have much study time, CA manual will be the most costly and timely effective way to use for LTAM study and pair that with ADAPT for additional practices.
I agree with this post. CA manual is extremely concise and never goes deeper into a topic than it has to.
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