From my point of view, it matches about 70% of the exam. If you understand the concepts, you will fine. Some questions are just tricky rather than very hard. Some questions contains a LOT of not important info.How much more difficult is the exam than the GARP practice paper? It’s frustrating to hear from some that it doesn’t match the difficulty of the exam.
Is there any question related to Insurance and Pension Plan topic? I am having hard time to understand and memorize the ways to calculate these probabilities and premium payment and such? and I seriously dont wanna try to remember since there are more important topics to remember than this one.
On the exam it can be the case that there will no questions on this topic, but also possible there will be 2 questions.Is there any question related to Insurance and Pension Plan topic? I am having hard time to understand and memorize the ways to calculate these probabilities and premium payment and such? and I seriously dont wanna try to remember since there are more important topics to remember than this one.
Hello @vvishnupriyaaHello Guys !
I'm new to this forum and also to the world of quantification and statistics - I am looking to take up FRM this July and am quite lost as where to begin. Can someone guide with this? A study planner?
Also, I understand FRM needs strong quantitative skills, since I totally come from a compliance background, I almost lost - would appreciate any smallest tip to get through this.
Hello @vvishnupriyaaHello Nicole
Thanks for your assistance. I started my preparation, and am quite lost with the quantitative analysis module(more precisely the formulas). I don't quite understand how some formulas are arrived at. Also, Is it necessary that I memorize each one of them?
Hello @InesGHALIHello my FRM friends,
For the ones who will attend for the FRM PART I next May, did you finish reading garp books? any tips for concentration and memorize ..
I am a little bit confused so I wanted some support from here. I am not sure I will make it for May session as there is a lot to study through books and practice questions.
Any one can help with some tips? or just share where you finished till now?
Thanks et hard luck everyone
Hi Denis,Hello! I have a question about how to better handle FRM part 1. I have an exam in November. On average I have 80 hours per month for preparing. I don't know really how to deal with question. Should I , for example , read chapter 1 , then write the main things down and the most important - to solve all the question or is it better to solve just part of them and before the exam the last part. My scheme is - read the chapter, then write it down and then learn it, but I don't know how to handle question.
Moreover, I am still a student and I don't have a quite good knowledge in math, I understand not all the concepts but in general everything is quite understandable, the main problem is how to learn all the formulas because ,for example, only for distributions , there are more than 10 of them.
Hello @waeltabbara Welcome to the BT forum! I moved your post to this thread. Members in this thread have discussed their study plans, which may be of help to you. There are 13 pages of discussion in this thread, so it is a very helpful resource for new FRM candidates. We ask that you always use the search function first to see if your question has already been answered before posting a new thread. This helps to keep our forum organized for all of our members so they can easily search for answers.hello everyone I'm a new user here, aiming to enroll for the November 2021 exam part 1
anybody got the most ideal way the sequence which one would tackle the study topics ? i need that info to set up a proper study plan . any tips is welcome