Hi fellow candidates!
It is the time of the year where we scramble to prepare ourselves for the exam! Here's a list of things for last minute and exam preparation I think we'll find it useful:
Bring a pencil (2), GARP mentioned they will provide 2 pencils for you, but it doesn't hurt to be...
It is said on analyst forum that it would not be tested. source: http://www.analystforum.com/forums/frm-forum/91341115
I cannot say for certain the authenticity of that information, i personally will still study it. At least get a rough idea what it is, and what it does.
This might be a stupid question, but I just gotta clarify!
5. An analyst reports the following fund information to the advisor of a pension fund that currently invests in government and corporate bonds and carries a surplus of USD 10 million:
Just received e-mail from GARP on the revamped exam policies.
Woohooo! Not sure if this is anything to be happy about, but at least we don't have to bring pencils and erasers!
But for some reason, we're not allowed to wear watches for the exam anymore. This is probably a downside if the exam...
is it just me or does part 2 seems to focus a lot more on qualitative stuffs (I.e. There's a lot of stuffs to memorize: Basel, operational risk etc)
Could anyone that took both the part 1 and 2 FRM exams advise us candidates the ratio of qualitative/quantitative comparison between part 1 and...
I'm somewhat confused between Marginal and Incremental VAR. Am i right to say that the only difference between the two is that Incremental VAR is calculated precisely from a total revaluation of the portfolio and that Marginal VAR is just an estimation of the change in VAR?
Hi @Nicole Manley ,
Is it possible that you add a fine print to the updated study note so as we can track what are the actual updates? (e.g. which new AIMS did the update cater for)
I find it kinda time consuming going through the entire updated note against the previous version trying to...
@justinturner yep. You're not alone, I personally feel that there is significantly more qualitative questions as compared to quantitative ones. One could probably score at least 60 by just getting all the qualititative questions right.