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Old 03-09-2019, 08:06 PM
DIVJL DIVJL is offline
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Default The Infinite Actuary vs. Coaching Actuaries?

At the moment I'm taking a university class meant to prepare for LTAM, but it won't cover everything. I'll probably use the summer to independently study, and for the past three exams, I've used Coaching Actuaries. Most people I've talked to have said that for MLC/LTAM, The Infinite Actuary is superior. Does anyone have any reason as to why, or any other insight? I'm used to taking exams on Adapt over and over again until I've got the material mastered. I understand that's not quite possible when there's a written portion too. Thanks.
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