PAK Study Manual Contains the Following 6 Items
1. PAK Study Manual
The PAK Study Manual covers the entire "Quantitative Finance and Investment (QF)" syllabus. The PAK study manual is a well organized, beautifully written, and full of clear explanations study guide. It is handsomely presented and reader-friendly. The study manual strives to connect concepts between different parts and sections of the official syllabus. You are also expected to answer the end-of-reading quizzes and the concept questions (+200) that quickly assess your understanding of the materials.
Every chapter starts with a summary or a background of the reading, highlighting the most important points of the reading and ends with testing concept questions and a list of related past exam questions.
The study manual basically distills and synthesizes knowledge, explanation and analysis of virtually all concepts, theories and examples covered in the source material. It ensures that the serious reader develops and maintains a good understanding of the materials.
The study manual bridges several sections of the official reading that discusses similar concepts, allowing you to understand similarities and/or differences (The Girsanov Theorem in Neftci and PW. The ARCH/GARCH model in Tsay and JH. The profit from hedging in PW and Peter Carr.).
The study manual is a valuable tool to quickly gain first time exposure to the reading.
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2. 15+ Mock Exam Questions
We include 15 MOCK Exam problems in the Study Manual to help you prepare for the exam. These 15 MOCK problems are different from the 100+ MOCK problems contained in the other PAK products (Exam Aid and Test Aid) and 20 MOCK contained in the EXTRA-MOCK Bonus product. Each MOCK is a problem of three to ten questions drawn from one/multiple readings from the syllabus.
3. 200+ Concept type Questions
The concept type questions help you assess your overall understanding of the concepts and theories explored in the main reading (source materials and, or Study Manual). It is a quick way to identify your weaknesses.
4. Suggested Study Schedule and Syllabus Page Count
The SOA syllabus is huge. It is very easy to lose track on your study. A clearly defined study schedule and some useful tips are included to help you better manage your schedule.
5. Email Support
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6. More than 5 PAK Review Notes (PAK forum)
Originally put together review papers providing additional explanations for specific concepts, with past SOA exams and the like as illustration. There are currently five review notes covering Ito Calculus, Girsanov Theorem, Interest rate derivatives and the two statistical tests of the GARCH effect.
PAK Study Manual for QFI QF Exam
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