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Old 12-01-2017, 11:13 AM
josh_b josh_b is offline
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College: Rochester Institute of Technology
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I need some advice on what exam to do next. I will not be meeting the ASA deadline but just took MFE in November and feel pretty confident I passed. I work full time and MLC is offered at the end of April, so even if I ordered study material now and with the Holidays I probably would not start until the new year. I get study time with work but with how busy the new year usually is I do not think I will have proper time. Would anyone suggest maybe starting the Modules ? I could always try MLC but I am not sure 3.5 months will be enough time to turn it around especially with how busy work could be.

Note: I have already passed P, FM, C and just sat for MFE like stated above

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