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    Smile Hey, guys, I passed. How about you guys?

    i woke up at 12:30 this morning, and the first thing that came to my mind was to turn on my laptop and check whether my number was there. Haha.....it turned out my name was there. Now, i can have another thing to put on my resume, and i hope it would help me find a job much easier. How about u guys? hope ur names are there too. congratulation to all of those ppl, of course including myself, who luckily have their numbers on the passing list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WayToProspective View Post
    i woke up at 12:30 this morning, and the first thing that came to my mind was to turn on my laptop and check whether my number was there. Haha.....it turned out my name was there. Now, i can have another thing to put on my resume, and i hope it would help me find a job much easier. How about u guys? hope ur names are there too. congratulation to all of those ppl, of course including myself, who luckily have their numbers on the passing list.
    Congrats! WayToProspective. I also passed but I am wondering how did you get your name in the list. :wink:
    Just joking, enjoy the taste of success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akki View Post
    Congrats! WayToProspective. I also passed but I am wondering how did you get your name in the list. :wink:
    Just joking, enjoy the taste of success.
    Haha, that was a typo. when I was typing that message, i was half asleep, hehe. Congratulation to you too, Akki.

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    I made it too. Thanks to everyone on the board who helped answer questions... and especially, thanks to Dr. Weishaus. It took me three tries, and three different study manuals, but the ASM manual got me through it.

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    Passed

    I passed too. See some of you on the 3L board!

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    Passed MLC and MFE this sitting. Woo hoo!

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    congrats guys, must feel good

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    I passed too. Congrat....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bolyai View Post
    Passed MLC and MFE this sitting. Woo hoo!
    Congrats! Do you feel this is doable for a full-time college student? Did you use ASM for both exams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebecca3083814 View Post
    Congrats! Do you feel this is doable for a full-time college student? Did you use ASM for both exams?
    I tried both, and failed miserably, but my brain is pretty tiny... so you may not want to take my word for it.

    Seriously, though. MFE is very math heavy. A strong grip on stochastic calculus and differential equations (which I admittedly don't have) will make it easier. MLC is not as difficult, but there is TONS of material. 54 lessons in ASM, (compared to what... 17 for MFE? I don't remember.)

    So if you have a lot of free time to put into MLC, and a strong math background for MFE, you might be able to pull it off... but if not, I'd recommend going one at a time, especially if you don't have employers breathing down your neck to pass "1" exam a year...

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