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Have you heard? You can now get personalized, step-by-step guidance on the best methods of studying for your first actuarial exam. How? With Study Strategy Consulting offered by myself, Brea-Nicole. I wrote my first exam back in 2008. I really wanted to pass. I was...read more
When you’re writing Exam P or FM, you’ve only got between 5 and 6 minutes to answer each question. That means you don’t have time to take it slow. You don’t have time to think about it. You’ve just gotta be able to read a question, figure out the best approach and...read more
This blog post is has been made specifically for members of my Study Strategy Consulting Program & Study Strategy Boost Program, but I’m sure many others can get use out of it too. Now that you’ve spent time doing tons of practice questions, hopefully you know how...read more