CA2 model - best practice

Discussion in 'CA2' started by Viki2010, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. Viki2010

    Viki2010 Senior Member

    Thanks for your advice. I did the prep day but it didn't help me pass this exam.
     
  2. Qayanaat

    Qayanaat Keen member

    Sorry to hear Viki. Can I ask if you did the assignments and mock exams and got them marked? I believe they're pretty good representations of how one does in the exam, atleast for my case it was. Best of luck if you're doing it in April :)
     
  3. Viki2010

    Viki2010 Senior Member


    Thanks for the good wishes. I'm hoping to pass this exam in April. To answer your questions, I did a mock exam (with grading) and past papers - selections by myself - no grading. I believe there is no assignments for CA2.
     
  4. Qayanaat

    Qayanaat Keen member

    There's the Series X assignments that comes with CMP but I think marking vouchers have to purchased separately if you want them graded.
     
  5. Viki2010

    Viki2010 Senior Member

    Thanks, that might be a good idea to do. How exactly do the series X look like? Would it be paper 1 or paper 2 for each X1, X2....etc?
     
  6. Viki2010

    Viki2010 Senior Member

    I found the info on the website. I'm going to do it. Thanks for your tips.
     
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  7. buddingactuary

    buddingactuary Keen member

    Here is an excerpt from Additional Guidance. If the random number is <=.4, then it is a pass (1), else it is a fail (0) which is what is demonstrated in the solution.

    Simulation of pass and fail indicators
    The random numbers from the U[0,1] distribution can be used to simulate a pass or fail by
    using the following rule, where Z is the pass rate and U is the random number:
    if U <= Z, the exam is passed;
    if U > Z, the exam is failed.
     

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