Registered for FRM, already overwhelmed
Thanks in advance, I hope you are well.
I recently completed the CFA and decided to undertake the FRM.
I registered about a week ago and have the GARP official FRM study material and the 2012 Schweser material a friend gave me, which looks about 95% consistent with the 2013 curriculum.
Over the last three years I got really comfortable with the CFAI way of doing things, which for me was reading the CFAI text and doing the thousands of questions in their text, and condensing everything on the second go around through Kaplan’s material.
Now that I have the FRM material, I feel lost. There don’t seem to be nearly as many practice questions or in general as much structure to the study program. I have read a few “how to pass the FRM” threads, but I can’t tell if they are advertising propaganda by Bionic Turtle or if their program really is the way to go.
I would definitely appreciate the feedback of anyone who has passed Level I. My plan is to read the entire FRM text and then Schweser and do all of the questions in both and then the GARP and Kaplan practice exams. Is this sufficient or is there a better way?
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