It would be very helpful to all of the new FRM candidates if they had some guidance on creating a study plan that will work for them. Many of you have already passed one or both parts of the FRM exam, and it would be great if you could post your study plan here in this thread to help those new...
I just received an email from GARP advising that for the next 15 weeks, GARP will be highlighting topics
that will appear on the exam part 1 to help me pace through the exam materials ( i.e: Foundation of
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Overview and Caveats
While the FRM exams are still fresh in my mind I wanted to put some words together which summarizes my experience and hopefully provides some color to future candidates. Each candidate will study and experience the program in a different way, so this is by no means an...
Many people on this forum have asked those who passed the FRM exams to share their tips and strategies. I had many strategies, as can be seen from this long post, but I did not feel comfortable giving advice when I myself had not passed the exam (was awaiting results).
I passed FRM Part 2...
I am planning to appear for FRM exam in May 2015 for both parts. My background is MBA in IT and I work in software company as a BA. I have no math background, but fair understanding of calculations.
I have downloaded,
1) AIM statement
2) Study guide
3) Some ebooks (HULL)
I'm suppose to do FRM1 in May2013. I'm not a quant person, but I can study between 350 hours to 400 hours in 2 months. Do you think it feasible or should I try the november2013 exam.
Thank you :)
Iâ€™m really keen on making an attempt at the FRM exams. Iâ€™ve only just received my Schweser reading material and ordered yours as well.
Is there enough time to read, assimilate and master both sets of material as well as the GARP readings (the unchanged readings from 2006)?