I posted a similar thread under the Actuarial Seminars, Books...section, but it seems like this area has more readers. Anyway, I'm planning to take exam M in the Spring, and I'm wondering if anyone has come across a good book listing the equations that are likely to appear in this exam?
I'll make sure to post this under both of my threads. I've done some searching in this area over the past week and thought I'd share what I found in case anyone else is interested.
1. Mahler's notes on Exam 3/M seem to be very good, lots of people have talked about them, I plan to take a look too.
2. "Actuarial Models a study guide for exam M" by G.V. Ramanathan. Even though this is last yrs. I bought it anyway, just excellent. Visit at [url]http://www.actexmadriver.com/productdetails.cfm?PC=1186[/url]
3. A website I found through Google "Digital Actuarial Resources", I bought their Exam M equation guide, also very good. Visit at [url]http://www.digitalactuarialresources.com/[/url]