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Module 4. Reading 5: Changing Investment Objectives 1. Module 5.
Study Session 3—Quantitative Methods 1. Reading 6: Fintech in Investment Management 1.
Module 6. Key Concepts 4. Answer Key for Module Quiz 2. Reading 7: Correlation and Regression 1. Module 7. Key Concepts 8.
Answer Key for Module Quizzes 3. Module 8. Reading 9: Time-Series Analysis 1. Module 9. Answer Key for Module Quizzes 5. Everyone knows this. But not many people actually follow it. The earlier you start, the better you feel. FRM Part 2 exam is typically very qualitative.
FRM Part 1 generally tends to be heavily quantitative. Maybe GARP is incorporating feedback from previous test-takers or trying new question types. Regardless, there are so many topics in FRM Part 2 where it is almost impossible to ask quantitative questions.
So it would be safe to assume that there will be a qualitative component in the exam. Having said that, a lot of questions, in my opinion, had content directly from the FRM books the core readings. Knowing this, I felt that reading the actual books will make me feel confident. The material is a lot to handle, if you go the hard route: the original books. Starting early gives you enough time to study for the exam.
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But not reading them was a risk I did not want to take. Notes do their best to "explain" the concepts. BT does this job very well. However, for a qualitative exam, there are bound to be some questions, the answers to which are "direct quotations" from the original books.
Notes provide a good summary. Of course, if notes tried to include all the material in detail, they would be longer than the original books and their whole point would be lost. I read the books and then the notes. Practicing questions is also important.
GARP questions tend to be complex and "thought-provoking". Although the likelihood of the same practice question appearing on the actual exam is low, practicing these questions encourages you to "think" and "apply" all the material you read in the books and notes.
Additionally, if you struggle with the practice questions, you know that you need to read the material on that topic again. I did not use Schweser practice questions, but have heard that they aren't really "challenging" or "thought-provoking". BT does a good job with their practice questions, I felt.
Also, we all know that there will be some quantitative problems on the exam. Will you feel confident to read just the theory and solve the problems directly in the exam? I would guess "no". So you need to practice them somewhere!
That's where third-party provider practice questions are useful. Speaking about books, don't be scared of the original books.
The readings selected by GARP are generally good quality readings; they explain the concepts well, have tables, graphs, diagrams and examples, which help in understanding the material. Does this mean that it is necessary to read the original books?
Are BT notes sufficient? Is just Schweser sufficient? The answer is: it really depends. I know that doesn't say a lot, but it depends on what sort of questions are asked in the exam, how much of the material do you understand well etc. There are people who passed using only the original readings while others who failed with it. There are people who studied books and notes but still failed. And there are very very few geniuses who hardly studied anything but still passed.
My books were filled with all my markings. Reading 6: Fintech in Investment Management 1.
Module 6. Key Concepts 4. Answer Key for Module Quiz 2.
Reading 7: Correlation and Regression 1. Module 7. Key Concepts 8. Answer Key for Module Quizzes 3.
Module 8. Reading 9: Time-Series Analysis 1. Module 9.
Page 1 FRM PART I BOOK 2: QUANTITATIVE ANALysis QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIs The Time ...
Answer Key for Module Quizzes 5. Module Answer Key for Module Quiz 6.
Topic Assessment: Quantitative Methods 7. Topic Assessment Answers: Quantitative Methods 6.Key Concepts 8. Risk Monitoring and Performance Measurement. Reading 5: Changing Investment Objectives 1. Notes provide a good summary.
Estimating liquidity risks. Other than that, I would try to study everyday, with extra studying on weekends. Contents Capital allocation and performance measurement Range of practices and issues in economic capital modeling Assessing the quality of risk measures Liquidity and leverage Estimating liquidity risks Model Risk Enterprise Kaplan Schweser has decades of experience in delivering the most effective CFA exam prep products in the market and I know you will find them to be invaluable in your studies.
BT does this job very well. Application of The Code and Standards The candidate should be able to: a.