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Old 01-24-2020, 06:38 PM
tcnjmathmajor97 tcnjmathmajor97 is offline
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I’m spending today and tomorrow going back through the reserving and ratemaking material and drilling quizzes.
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Old 01-27-2020, 02:07 PM
vbbrake84 vbbrake84 is offline
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Originally Posted by whatdoactuariesevendo View Post
Finally got to a level 5. Not sure what I want to do for the next two weeks before exam. Certainly at least another 2 practice tests, but how much time for reviewing and how much for more practice??? I know a level 5 is not "I'm surely going to pass" but I think it at least gives me a shot at it.
for my previous exams, i've tried to do a practice exam every second or third day for the last two weeks, with one day to review the questions i missed and sections where i appear week. here's hoping that's enough.

I feel like the practice is necessary because just being organized and mapping out the solutions really does get better with practice. it also helps for memorizing some of the things that aren't on the formula sheet, like variance of random distributions, certain integrals, etc.
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