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Thread: How to prepare Exam P?

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    How to prepare Exam P?

    I register exam P on November. Any one passed the exam can tell me how to study it? Do I have to buy any books or I can find enough information online?

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    If you are a SERIOUS math student and have a formal education, then i highly recommend Krzysztof Ostaszewski's ISU seminar. Otherwise, if you are just pretty good in math, then TIA with Dave Revelle is good for everybody.
    Dan Kamka
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