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Old 01-25-2016, 04:26 PM
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Hi, Everyone

It is my great pleasure to announce the release of PAK Online Seminar for the Spring 2016 Investment Risk Management Exam!

My name is Bruce, I am an instructor for the PAK online seminars for the QFI Core, QFI Advanced, and IRM exams. While the QFI track may be mathematically heavy and technically challenging, it is also very interesting and extends beyond the scope of many traditional actuarial practice areas. If you enjoy being an actuary and a quant at the same time, this is likely the best choice for you. We are here to help you achieve this goal!

The PAK online similar package not only includes tutorial videos for all topics and readings covered in the exam syllabus, but also includes access to the study manual and condensed summary. More specifically, in provides:
1. Clarification and explanation of key concepts from each reading and how you may be tested on them
2. Review of key examples from past exam questions
3. 50+ practice questions of for you to enhance your understanding of the materials (this is in addition to the questions in the manual)
4. Condensed outlines for each reading
5. The ability to study anywhere on a PC, Android, or Apple device
6. Email support to ask as many questions as you can think of!
7. Free 2nd attempt access (for those scoring 2-5)
8. Downloadable MP3 files for all videos for your listening pleasure

The purpose of this seminar is to enhance your knowledge in the readings, giving you the best chance to pass the exam. At the same time, we hope that the tutorial videos and the problem sets we very prudentially designed will foster your interest and confidence in the area of quantitative finance, helping you through in your actuarial career.
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Old 02-23-2016, 12:36 PM
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I would also like to take to opportunity to introduce myself. I'm Andy, the other instructor for the PAK Online QFI Track seminars (QFIC, QFIA, and the newly released IRM Online Seminar). Right now is probably about the time that many students are finishing their first run-through of the material, which makes it the perfect opportunity to begin a focused study plan including a guide such as the PAK Online Seminar.

While PAK is not a complete substitute for the source material, we believe that the approach we have taken in creating the seminar and study manual has resulted in a collection of resources that can be instrumental in organizing the syllabus information into condensed and coherent points that will aid preparation immensely. The exceptionally high pass rates for PAK users across all tracks are proof positive that PAK seminars can help turn those 4-5's into 6-7's!

With unlimited email support - and a free 2nd attempt for anyone scoring 2-5 on their first attempt - it's hard not to win with PAK!

It should also be noted, and we are happy to announce, that all readings for the IRM exam are now available.
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