Speakers: Michael Bronzino , CPCU, ARM, AIM, ARe, AMIM Managing Director of Assessments
Tip #1: Focus on the educational objectives.
Michael Bronzino : Focus your study efforts on the educational objectives. The educational objectives are the central theme of the content and the material. Exam questions directly relate to the educational objectives.
Tip #2: Apply your study knowledge to everyday activities.
Michael Bronzino : As you study, try to apply the material content, to what you do on a day to day basis. Putting the subject matter into that type of framework and actually applying the topics to real world situations definitely helps with retention.
Tip #3: Set a study schedule and test early.
Michael Bronzino : As you prepare for your exam, establish a set study schedule that allows you to take your exam at least one week before the window ends. Waiting until the end of the testing window only adds to the actual pressures of taking the actual exam.