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View Poll Results: What did you purchase to prepare for Exam P?
Study manual (printed) 9 69.23%
Study manual (online) 3 23.08%
Flashcards (printed) 1 7.69%
Flashcards (online) 1 7.69%
Online course/seminar 5 38.46%
None of the above 1 7.69%
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Old 02-04-2019, 05:34 PM
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I bought an actual textbook (Probability for Risk Management by Hassett and Stewart) and used the free exams from TIA. Had a decent probability & math stats course at my college too.
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