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2011 May FRM level1 exam and BT preparation materials

David Harper CFA FRM

David Harper CFA FRM
Staff member
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Hi Amit,

By "source readings" I meant the readings assigned by GARP, that are the basis for our aids (e.g., Tuckman, Fixed Income Securities, 2nd Edition; James Stock and Mark Watson, Introduction to Econometrics, Brief Edition).

Not all of our customers, nor exam takers generally, study these assigned/source readings ... due to the high difficulty of the exam, I have tended to recommend reading them in addition to any aids because it constitutes a "second pass" (or a first pass) of difficult materials. But this depends on the individual; candidates entering with proficiency do not need to do this. But candidates who are without background probably should (IMO).

David
 

cheneybeenie

New Member
David,

Will you be providing a copy of the 2011 GARP Practice Exam as you did for the 2010 one for premium members? I find it easier to get all the review material from one website rather than jumping between GARP Library and Bionic Turtle.

Thanks and regards,
Todd
 

David Harper CFA FRM

David Harper CFA FRM
Staff member
Subscriber
Hi Todd - Yes, we will (I do understand that it is convenient to have centralized), plus as before, we will "super-annotate" on a lagged basis, so we will have both versions ... although, we don't have 2010 practice exam(s) yet: GARP sent the AIMs Friday and our contact said the 2010 practice exams were not quite ready yet.

Thanks!
David
 

LL

Member
Hi,

What is the difference in syllabus/course of FRM 2010 and FRM 2011 ?

Thanks in advance !
LL
 
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