12 Week Exam FM Sample Study Schedule

 

Here’s the order and breakdown that how I suggest you study for Exam FM.  This is the breakdown that my coaching students use. You only need 12 weeks and you can be 100% prepared for Exam FM.

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So now let’s get to the schedule.

Schedule Using ACTEX Manual

Week 1 – Sections 1.1 – 2.12

Week 2 – Sections 2.13 – 3.15

Week 3 – Sections 4.1 – 6.9

Week 4 – Sections 7.1 – 8.4

Week 5 – Sections 8.5 – 9.14

Week 6 – Review 2nd time, understand difficult concepts that you didn’t understand first time

Week 7 – Review 2nd time, understand difficult concepts that you didn’t understand first time

Week 8 – Practice Questions, not timed, review each question right after you do it

Week 9 – Practice Questions, not timed, review each question right after you do it

Week 10 – Practice Questions, timed, review each question right after you do it (include 2 hours of formula memorization)

Week 11 – Daily timed practice exams, review mistakes after exam (include 2 hours of formula memorization and 1 break day)

Week 12 – Daily timed practice exams, review mistakes after exam (first 5 days), day 6 is review of formulas and any ‘pesky’ types of problems (the ones  you just need to memorize how to do), day 7 is light review of formulas and relax (watch a movie, relax with friends and family)

Schedule Using ASM Manual

Week 1 – Sections 1a – 2b

Week 2 – Sections 3a – 4f

Week 3 – Sections 4g – 5f

Week 4 – Sections 6a – 7c

Week 5 – Sections 7d – 11b

Week 6 – Review 2nd time, understand difficult concepts that you didn’t understand first time

Week 7 – Review 2nd time, understand difficult concepts that you didn’t understand first time

Week 8 – Practice Questions, not timed, review each question right after you do it

Week 9 – Practice Questions, not timed, review each question right after you do it

Week 10 – Practice Questions, timed, review each question right after you do it (include 2 hours of formula memorization)

Week 11 – Daily timed practice exams, review mistakes after exam (include 2 hours of formula memorization and 1 break day)

Week 12 – Daily timed practice exams, review mistakes after exam (first 5 days), day 6 is review of formulas and any ‘pesky’ types of problems (the ones  you just need to memorize how to do), day 7 is light review of formulas and relax (watch a movie, relax with friends and family)

Schedule Using TIA Manual/Seminar

Week 1 – Sections A.1.1 – A.2.4

Week 2 – Sections B.1.1 – B.2.5

Week 3 – Sections B.2.6 – E.1.6

Week 4 – Sections E.1.7 – G.1.3

Week 5 – Sections G.1.4 – H.1

Week 6 – Review 2nd time, understand difficult concepts that you didn’t understand first time

Week 7 – Review 2nd time, understand difficult concepts that you didn’t understand first time

Week 8 – Practice Questions, not timed, review each question right after you do it

Week 9 – Practice Questions, not timed, review each question right after you do it

Week 10 – Practice Questions, timed, review each question right after you do it (include 2 hours of formula memorization)

Week 11 – Daily timed practice exams, review mistakes after exam (include 2 hours of formula memorization and 1 break day)

Week 12 – Daily timed practice exams, review mistakes after exam (first 5 days), day 6 is review of formulas and any ‘pesky’ types of problems (the ones  you just need to memorize how to do), day 7 is light review of formulas and relax (watch a movie, relax with friends and family)

The most important part of preparing for Exam FM is to do PLENTY of questions.  

HUNDREDS of questions.  There is nothing better that can prepare you for this exam than to go into it having experience with a large variety of different questions and knowing exactly which steps to take for each question without even having to think about it (so you can do any question in under 5 minutes).  

It will also get you extremely familiar with the style and types of questions that are asked on the exam.

That’s why you should spend at least 5 whole weeks going through practice questions.  It’ll be the most important part of your studying.

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