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Old 02-20-2017, 02:17 PM
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The ACTEX MLC authors had students in mind when designing and writing this manual. It focuses on providing the understanding that is required to solve practical problems in an exam setting. Theoretical concepts are introduced through motivating examples to make learning as direct as possible.

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Published in spiral-bound volumes, this manual covers all topics in the current SOA Exam MLC syllabus. Old exam problems that are applicable to the current exam syllabi are integrated into the text as an additional teaching opportunity. Each chapter then concludes with practice problems. At the end of the manual there are complete sample exams offering additional practice.

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I highly recommend Actex. I have used other study manuals and Actex does the best job at teaching the material. It was what I found myself going back to when after I started missing questions practice exams. I found the diagrams and explanations were the clearest and most precise explanations to understand as a student. Each concept is always supported with an ample number of different examples.

I was able to grasp the most difficult concepts like percentiles and probabilities for insurance, mortality, annuities and premiums. Authors give excellent support on the material by responding to content related questions within 24-48 hours via email and often provided a handout to accompany an explanation.

I passed MLC on my first try with a 6 and skipped an entire written question with 15 minutes remaining because I was confident that my attempted points would add up to a passing score. Thanks to Actex for publishing another outstanding study manual.
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