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Thread: Exam P - Probability for Dummies Please!

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    Exam P - Probability for Dummies Please!

    Hi Gang,

    I'm thinking about making a career change and since I have always had a love of numbers the actuary field looks like a possible destination.
    I'm from Canada but currently working in Japan. I haven't done any serious math in 7-8 years but believe with a little bit of time and the proper guidance I will be able to crush these exams.

    Having said that, you are the people that I be looking to for that guidance; hence any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    I am about to embark on my quest for Exam P and would appreciate any suggestions for texts or materials keeping in mind my extended absence from serious mathematics and academia.

    Cheers,
    The Dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDude1978 View Post
    Hi Gang,

    I'm thinking about making a career change and since I have always had a love of numbers the actuary field looks like a possible destination.
    I'm from Canada but currently working in Japan. I haven't done any serious math in 7-8 years but believe with a little bit of time and the proper guidance I will be able to crush these exams.

    Having said that, you are the people that I be looking to for that guidance; hence any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    I am about to embark on my quest for Exam P and would appreciate any suggestions for texts or materials keeping in mind my extended absence from serious mathematics and academia.

    Cheers,
    The Dude
    I am in Japan. If you are still in Japan, and still interested in Exam P I am studying for it currently if you want to form a study group.

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