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First step is to accept his name is too tricky to remember so it is permanently changed to Saha
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you can just use his first name, Rajesh
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I don't like the idea of Errata, can they issue an Errata while fixing the original text at the same time...
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The longer this thread goes, the happier I am that I'm ignoring the source. Finished Verrall and started on Siewart. Looks like a pretty easy paper. I'm still under the impression that this exam is easier than 8 but has more to memorize.
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Well brehm sort of makes it like exam 6...
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The longer this thread goes, the happier I am that I'm ignoring the source. Finished Verrall and started on Siewart. Looks like a pretty easy paper. I'm still under the impression that this exam is easier than 8 but has more to memorize.
TIA is very comprehensive, including examples and insights in many cases that are beyond what is covered in the source. you are pretty safe if that's what you are using.
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it's funny how Venter destroys non-insurers' take on ERM at the start of chapter 2.2
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