I took probability in January and it said that I passed it. Just checked my score report today and I got a 6. Does that mean if i got just one more question wrong i would have failed?
Also, i'm beginning to prepare for exam 2 and i had a few questions. I've never taken a class in finance (im an econ major), so how difficult is it to teach the material to yourself compared to probability? In terms of the study materials, what did people find to be the most helpful? I've heard that ASM is extremely good for FM. I used actex for probability, and what I found most annoying is when I didnt completely understand a problem(even when looking at the solution), I had no one to talk to or ask questions to. Is there some kind of service I can use that offers this kind of help. Also, I've seen advertisements for ADAPT that touts really high pass rates for the people who use it. Is this resource as good as it says it is? And let's say I finish the main textbook I'm using and I still have a little while until the test and I just wanna do practice tests/questions. Is there a good place for this where the questions are similar to exam questions?
I realize that these are a lot of questions, but i just want to make sure im well prepared because i feel like i could have been better prepared for the first exam. Any advice or sharing of exam experience would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!