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Old 03-01-2018, 09:34 AM
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For those using ADAPT, is it worth doing the SOA sample problems? Are the relevant SOA sample problems already incorporated into the ADAPT question bank or would it make sense to do the SOA sample problems the week before the exam?

Currently at an ADAPT level of 5.8 right now and trying to work my way up to level 7.
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For those using ADAPT, is it worth doing the SOA sample problems? Are the relevant SOA sample problems already incorporated into the ADAPT question bank or would it make sense to do the SOA sample problems the week before the exam?

Currently at an ADAPT level of 5.8 right now and trying to work my way up to level 7.
The relevant SOA sample problems are already incorporated in the Adapt question bank. Whenever you see questions with titles "SOA FM XXX" or "SOA MFE XXX", those questions are likely SOA sample problems.
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