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hey does anyone have this exam as their last exam? I feel so lonely
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Well I think I got half credit on MSE formula because I knew the formula and I knew how to do the SE, but didnt really do it at all, for the reinsurance note I had no idea what to do, but I also wrote something down.

I said before the test result that I lost 8-10 points based on the qs I missed.

I think it is actually more unlucky that we got all these questions. My point was that I was able to pass even without doing well on them because I knew the material well.
i didnt feel i mastered it but i felt i knew it better than i used to know material for exams 5 and 6 where you can get by easier
bottom line, RF/CF with a splash of act_123 and i came away with a 6 on my first attempt without reading source
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Anyone else who didn't pass considering doubling up next spring (assuming Fall goes well) to stay on track for #Hawaii2019?
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Anyone else who didn't pass considering doubling up next spring (assuming Fall goes well) to stay on track for #Hawaii2019?
It crossed my mind, but I'm pretty sure I won't.
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