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Old 07-12-2018, 10:57 AM
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how is it different than asm?
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Hello Monarchian, my sincere apologies for not responding to your question sooner. I just discovered that I could subscribe to my own posts and receive notifications. Live and learn, and better late than never.

I would say that the main difference between the ACTEX and ASM Study Manuals is that the ACTEX P & FM manuals have online exam prep courses offered while there are no classes that use the ASM manual. I hope you'll take a look at our online courses should you decide to pursue either of these preliminary exams.

People love both ACTEX and ASM Study Manuals because they are both exceptional learning resources and have comprehensive coverage of the subject matter. Both manuals have great presentation of the material with different authors and different writing styles, and that's really the main difference.

Both manuals come with multiple practice exams and practice questions, and both come with Study Plus+ which provides additional resources including access to GOAL, (Guided Online Actuarial Learning, which is an excellent exam practice simulator with a robust question bank.

I hope that adequately answers your question, but if you ever need to know more, you can look at samples of both study manuals by visiting our websites:

ACTEX Learning - Mad River Books for ACTEX Study Manuals

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A/S/M - Actuarial Study Materials for ASM Study Manuals

Thank you for your question, and please let me know if there's anything I can do to be of service! Alan
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