PRM Study Notes:- The main objective of PRM Notes is to help students get an insight of their preparedness for the forth coming examination. Also to enhance the confidence level of the students adequately and to leverage the preparation of the students by giving guidance on how to approach the examinations.
The focus of the PRM exam is to check your real understanding of the subject, rather then to check your memory power. Most of the questions in the exams are targeted at checking your conceptual understanding of the subject. Sometimes the questions may appear very simple, but they will really be checking your true knowledge. Of course, it is important to remember some important formulas, but more important than that is to get your basics right.
- To supplement earlier studies.
- To enhance the confidence level of the students adequately and
- To leverage the preparation of the students by giving guidance on how to approach the examinations. To help students get an insight of their preparedness for the forth coming examination. To provide an opportunity for a student to find all the latest developments relevant for the forthcoming examination at one place.
- PRM Study Guide for Exam1
- PRM Handbook Introduction
- PRM Study Guide for Exam 2
- PRM Candidate Guide
- PRM Study Guide for Exam 3
- Volume I: Book 1 Financial Theory and Application Volume I: Book 2 Financial Instruments Volume I: Book 3 Financial Markets
- PRM Study Guide for Exam 4
- PRM Self Study Guide- Sample Questions
- PRM Guide to the Energy Market
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|Publisher||TAXMANN PUBLICATIONS PVT. LTD.|
|Publication Year||March 2016|
|Number of pages||32|
|Exam||Exam Name||PRM Handbook Volume/Resources|
|I||Finance Theory, Financial Instruments & Markets||Volume I: Book 1 Financial Theory and ApplicationVolume I: Book 2 Financial InstrumentsVolume I: Book 3 Financial Markets|
|II||Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement||Volume II: Mathematical Foundations of Risk Measurement|
|III||Risk Management Practices||Volume III: Book 1 Risk Management Frameworks and Operational RiskVolume III: Book 2 Credit Risk and Counterparty Credit RiskVolume III: Book 3 Market Risk, Asset Liability Management and Funds Transfer Pricing|
|IV||Case Studies, PRMIA Standards of Best Practice, Conduct and Ethics, Bylaws||Case Studies, PRMIA Standards of Best Practice, Conduct and Ethics, Bylaws|
One drawback with PRM handbook is that it does not have any sample questions. The study guide does provide some sample questions for each exam, but that’s not sufficient. So, most likely, you will have to purchase mock tests from an external training provider. Even though not directly relevant, you should also check out the past exam question papers from FRM. This may not be directly relevant but will help because many topics between the two exams are common.