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Thread: Grades are out

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    Actuary.com - Level II Poster Akki's Avatar
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    Grades are out

    Hey, SoA has declared the grades of the P exam July. Log in to the official transcript & check.
    ADVERSITY CAUSE SOME MEN TO BREAK,
    OTHERS TO BREAK RECORDS.:coolman:

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    Yay!

    :laugh:

    I am uber excited. I got a 9!

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    I got a 10. :Smart:
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    I got a "4"......... cant figure out what went wrong with my preparation. Was disappointed when I discovered that I was not able to make it but have started studying once more and will sit in Nov...... your suggestions are most welcome
    :coolman:

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    This is what I did:

    1) I was able to score in the high 20's on many of kryzio's practice exams, and get over 21 on all of them. This is the ASM manual I am referring to.
    2) I was able to score in the high 20's on The Infinite Actuary's practice exams.
    3) I memorized every distribution - discrete and continuous.
    4) I memorized about 4 pages of notes, including distributions and including darth vader rules, all the special formulas for deductibles, policy limits, all sorts of shortcuts, etc.

    I can't stress enough how crucial the ASM manual is for this exam. I have mediocre mathematics skills. But that manual prepared me in such a manner that I could have drank 14 shots of Evan Williams and still passed P that morning.
    The freedom to dream meaningfully

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    I got a 10! I probably overstudied for the exam. I used ACTEX and ASM and worked all of the exams as if they were real. I studied the suggested 300 hours.

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