It is even worse with last-minute registrants as you will likely have not more than a month to internalize all the concepts. In such a short time, how do you read all your FRM books and still remember the topical issues? Read on to find out. Pay special attention to headings and sub-headings Previewing your books will give you a perspective on what to expect.
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