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ya sure....ill try n help you wid it in case you hv a doubt
I'm planning to enroll for PRM in a week and planning to take each exam at a time. Just have few questions before enrollment. It will be great if you could answer the following questions:
1: Are the PRM handbooks of all levels sufficient to give the exams? Do they also provide the mock test paper for all the levels with handbook?
2: It will be greatful of you, if you Could send the handbooks at the email id: firstname.lastname@example.org?
I just wanted to inform everyone that PRMIA has increased its registration fees for Low Income Countries from $50 to $150. This has been done as they are trying to update the syllabus and meet other expenses incurred. Once any candidate from Low Income Countries like India pays this $150, he or she will receive a 25% discount on the exams whose fees are still the same for now.
The cost per exam will come upto $146.25 after the 25% discount.
All the best for your exams!
Anyone preparing for Paper I of PRM ?? Please let me know...
@srujan90 Thank you so much for clarifying..Ok I ll try to understand the arrival of formula's to the maximum extent i can...I hope you ll be able to help me out if there are some formula's which are far beyond my understanding levels. Soon you can expect me to post some question from each particular page of the exam material... :)
I have purchased PRM exam material from OM copy center in Mumbai. Received book materials....I am planning to start from Exam 1. Any one preparing for exam 1 here ? it would be more helpful if some one can share, how to start studying for PRM exam 1. I am scared the moment i opened the chapter 1 - risk and risk aversion...so many formulas are there..Mean variance criteria...RAPM etc....Should i remember all these formulas or should i try to understand how these formulas have arrived ???
Looking forward for some help from members who have cleard PRM exam 1
Any one from Chennai preparing for PRM exam...Seeking possibilities of forming a study group
@srujan90 said:@the_funtom No...they don't offer question banks. You have to buy the questions from riskprep or one of the sites mentioned in this conversation. Jus go to the previous one or two pages and ull find them.
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