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Thread: Classes needed to pass 1st exam?

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    Actuary.com - Level II Poster number1's Avatar
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    Classes needed to pass 1st exam?

    What classes should I take to pass the first actuarial exam?

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    A calculus-based probability exam. And then practice practice practice on problems.

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    Exam P classes

    You need a solid calculus based probability class, one class, but a good one, that includes Central Limit Theorem, and multivariate normal distribution.
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