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Thread: Which first MFE or MLC

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    Which first MFE or MLC

    I just passed passed exam Fm and I'm looking to get started on the next exam, but I'm not sure which one it should be, MFE or MLC. Any body have an opinion on this?

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    Have you done exam P yet? if not, do P next.

    MFE or MLC next, this depends on how much time you have, how much time you need to prepare for each one. You may take the one you know the best first (ie. finished course(s) at university).

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    I've passed P and FM, I'm no longer in University, and the Universities around me aren't offering classes in MFE or MLC currently, so I will be studying primarily on my own. Unfortunately for me I'm not working in a place where funds are available for lectures and classes anyway so besides the necessary texts I'm going solo. So for someone who passed the first two with relative ease and is studying independently, for now atleast, which one would you suggest first?

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    If I were you, I probably would go for MFE first since its material is lesser than MLC's or C's. Exam MLC still has some uncertainties after the new syllabus.

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