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Well I never got around to typing out a Discrete Table...If you like this one for continuous distros and want a matching one for discrete, PM me or respond and I'll make one and put it on here. Although I am sure these tables and posted and reposted on here. Make your own! It will help solidify it in your memory!
PDF made in LaTeX
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Exam P Notes: Formula summary
Here are the notes I created when I studied for Exam P. I absolutely over studied for that exam so I feel this notes are fairly complete. They include only formulas, no distribution tables.
Good Luck. 
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Exam P formula sheet
Here is the formula sheet I used to study for exam P. It doesn't include the formulas for each specific distribution (I built a spreadsheet for those) but it does include many of the other formulas one needs to know. Enjoy.
Jay 
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Probability Course
Hi,
The link for the notes I used to study for exam P1: http://syssci.atu.edu/math/faculty/f...shall/book.pdf I found them very useful. (You have a link there with the answers to the unsolved problems). 
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I just wanted to thank everyone who posted their notes here. They were crucial in helping me pass Exam P last week!

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Thanks for your helpful notes. A special thanks to aminesky's distribution summary and blackdog29's notes as they were especially helpful.

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My Exam P note (4 pages only)
This is my Exam P note, only 4 pages, but enough to pass Exam P!
Not so good... you are allowed to edit and make your own. The source of this 4pages note is SOA 140 and AO. However, please give me a feedback I hope that it will help you pass Exam P too! Source: you can go to my Associated Content page. Thank you.
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Webbased Actuarial Mock Exam System (Wames) is aimed to help students to pass actuarial CBT exams by offering free practice tests. Even though this website does not provide real exam simulation, but it is a totally free service! Inspired by Prof. Elias Saab from University of MissouriColumbia. Last edited by ukmactuarialstudent0809; 07122009 at 10:48 PM.. 
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